Mercedes-Benz is aiming to have a fully autonomous car on sale by the end of the decade. Last month it proved the technology required to meet that goal was already available by taking a prototype on the world’s first autonomous road trip.

Rolls-Royce’s CEO has confirmed that the automaker is considering launching an SUV. Strong demand for luxury SUVs as well as increasing competition has spurred the automaker steeped in tradition to venture into new segments.

Jeep’s Wrangler is entering the dragon. That is, a new special edition called the Wrangler Dragon has been announced and is set to go on sale starting this fall.

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