Niche British sports car manufacturer Noble is still committed to launching an open-top version of its M600 supercar. The company is also looking to add a paddle-shifted gearbox to the M600’s options list.

Volvo’s all-new XC90 has finally been revealed. The vehicle, which arrives as a 2016 model, has a handsome, elegant design that should make it popular among new car buyers.

A report is out claiming Mazda will launch its new Mazdaspeed 3 when the regular 3 undergoes its mid-cycle update, most likely for the 2017 model year. Power in the new Mazdaspeed 3 will come from a turbocharged engine and could go to all four wheels this time around.

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

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