Aston Martin has revealed a new car called the DB10. No, it’s not the replacement for the aging DB9 but a limited edition model that will be used exclusively for filming of the new James Bond movie Spectre.

The first prototypes for McLaren’s new Sports Series have been spotted. The Sports Series will be the British brand’s entry-level model and will target the likes of the Ferrari California T and high-end Porsche 911 variants.

Cops in Vancouver, Canada have shamed a speeder by posting a photo of his car being impounded to Twitter. Luckily for the speeder, the cops had the courtesy to conceal the license plate.

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

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