BMW’s new 4-Series Convertible has finally been revealed and we’ve got everything you need to know about it in our detailed preview piece. The car goes on sale early next year, priced from $49,675 including destination.
Aston Martin is still planning a comeback for its Lagonda marque but the barriers to that happening are vast. Probably the biggest hurdle is a lack of funds.
Cadillac’s first electric car, the ELR, is ready for its showroom debut but its pricetag has come in quite a bit higher than most expected. You’re looking at $75,995 including destination.
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