Fisker is adding additional Karmas to its previous recall due to a potential coolant leak caused by an incorrectly installed hose clamp. A total of 19 cars have been added to the recall and Fisker will begin contacting affected owners soon.

Aston Martin is preparing to unveil its DBS successor and the latest rumors have the Vanquish badge returning. The guys at British magazine CAR have even managed to spot a completed version of the car without any camouflage. The Vanquish nameplate is one of the most storied in Aston Martin's history, and it's fitting that the new car bear the name in celebration of Aston Martin's centenary.

We drove the 2012 BMW M6 Convertible and found it to be a beast. The most powerful convertible in mass production today, it can be tame around town when you need it to be, but stomp the throttle and things quickly become a blur. Turn off all the M6's electronic safety controls and things can quickly get out of hand.

For all these stories and more of today's car news be sure to check the links below.

2013 Ford F-150: MyFord Touch Arrives, And Brings Buttons

2014 Jaguar F-Type R Spy Shots

A Search Of BMW Trademarks Filings Reveals M7 And M10 Names

Court Says Classic Mercedes Was Stolen, May Belong To Pyrm Family

Tesla Gives Inside Look At Model S Factory, Launches Configurator

Aston Martin Set To Revive Vanquish Name For DBS Sucessor

Supercharged Mazda MX-5 Yusho Concept Reveled

Fisker Recalls A Few More Karmas Due To Previous Hose Clamp Issue

2012 BMW M6 Convertible: First Drive

Yet Another Ferrari Sets Record Price: This Time, A $35 Million Pastel-Green GTO