Mercedes-Benz will soon be phasing out its SLS AMG, but a successor is planned, only it won’t arrive straight after the current gullwing bows out of the market. We hear it could be a few years still until that successor arrives, but in the meantime we’ll have a different AMG sports car to lust after.

A new world record has been set for the most miles driven by a single man in a single car. That record was broken by Irv Gordon in his Volvo P1800 just a few weeks ago.

Callaway's radical AeroWagon Corvette is headed for production, according to the latest buzz. It’s essentially a shooting brake version of the latest Corvette Stingray and should look amazing on the road.

You'll find all of this and more in today's car news headlines from around the High Gear Media network, right here at Motor Authority.

Mercedes-Benz Will Replace The SLS AMG, Just Not Right Away

Irv Gordon Reaches 3 Million Miles In His 1966 Volvo P1800

Callaway AeroWagon Corvette Shooting Brake Gets Green Light: Report

In Tampa, Florida, Validity Of DUI Arrests Called Into Question

Ford Unveils New EcoBoost V-6 Daytona Prototype

Tesla Model S Was Best-Selling Car In Norway For September

2014 North American Car (And Truck) Of The Year Short List Announced

September 2013 Car Sales: Government Shutdown, Meet Sales Slowdown

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