This week we were finally able to drive the all-new 2015 Mustang. Whether it’s the base V-6, new EcoBoost or V-8-powered GT, with the 2015 redesign, the Mustang is no longer the entry-level, prosaic little pony car it once was.
Bentley revealed a faster Mulsanne this week, appeasing the needs of lead-footed chauffeurs the world over. The car is called the Mulsanne Speed, and it can rocket to 60 mph in just 4.8 seconds despite weighing almost 6,000 pounds.
2015 Bentley Mulsanne Speed
A prototype for Mercedes-Benz’s next-generation E-Class was spotted this week. The vehicle rides on the German automaker’s MRA platform and should be on sale in the fall of 2016.
2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class spy shots
Volvo revealed its new 2016 XC90 in R-Design flavor this week. R-Design is just one of three trim styles that will be offered by Volvo for its future lineup, with R-Design adding a sporty touch, a new Momentum trim offering the most value, and an Inscription trim adding luxury.
2016 Volvo XC90 R-Design
There’s a new Batman movie in the works, and for us gearheads that means a new Batmobile. This week one of our spy photographers managed to snap a few shots of the sinister-looking vehicle while it was on location for filming of Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice.
Batmobile from ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice’
Dutch firm Vencer launched a new supercar this week. It’s called the Sarthe, and its design has been inspired by the race cars of the 1980s Le Mans era.
Ferrari went to great lengths to ensure its LaFerrari flagship only ended up in the hands of its most loyal customers, but a couple of the cars have already ended up on the used car market. The latest is a black example with zero—yes, zero—miles on the clock.
Ferrari LaFerrari on sale in Dubai (Image via dubizzle)
Meet the future of the compact hatch: the Renault EOLAB. The impressive concept is big enough to comfortably seat four adults yet it can achieve a staggering 235 miles to the gallon. We hear it also previews the look of the next-generation Renault Clio.
Renault Eolab Concept for future plug-in hybrid vehicle, 2014 Paris Motor Show
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