Rolls-Royce started public road trials of its next-generation Phantom flagship but at present the vehicle’s new mechanicals are being hidden by the makeshift body of the existing car. We suspect the new Phantom will be launched in 2017, as a 2018 model.

BMW has revealed pricing for its redesigned X6 crossover and launched a configurator on its main website. Unfortunately, the high-performance M version of the new X6 still hasn’t been revealed.

Saab only came out of bankruptcy in late 2012 but the automaker looks to be heading that way again with news coming out this week that its parent company, NEVS, has been unable to pay some of Saab’s suppliers. Incredibly, the unpaid bill for one supplier is as little as $22,000.

You’ll find all of this and more in today’s car news right here at Motor Authority.

2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom Spy Shots

2015 BMW X6 Priced From $60,550

Saab Owner NEVS Faces Bankruptcy Petition After Failing To Pay Suppliers

2015 Chrysler 200 Earns Top Safety Rating From IIHS

Callaway C7 Corvette Confirmed With 627 HP And 610 LB-FT

Glitches Modulate Consumer Reports Praise For Tesla Model S Electric Car

Bentley Continental GT3-R Priced From $337,000

Hyundai Issues $55 Million Apology For Overstating Fuel Economy On The South Korean Santa Fe

Formula E Electric Racer To Feature In Forza Motorsport 5

Hydrogen Fuel-Cell Cars: $50 For 300 Miles--Or Free To Fill Up?