We’ve just driven Mercedes-Benz’s new GLE Coupe, both in standard and high-performance Mercedes-AMG flavors. There’s no way around it: the GLE Coupe feel portly, but no more, truthfully, than its BMW X6 rival.
Lincoln has completely redesigned the MKX mid-size crossover for the 2016 model year. Style and technology are up, while the pricing has actually gone down.
We could one day be able to ride around on hoverbikes. British firm Malloy Aeronautics is working with the Department of Defense on a military-spec hoverbike, however, Malloy also sees an opportunity for commercial and leisure versions.
You’ll find all of these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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