Volvo is embarking on a new marketing strategy where its main presence will become an online one. The automaker says it eventually plans to have online sales of its vehicles up and running in most countries.

A mysterious BMW 2-Series coupe sporting a smaller wheelbase than the regular version, as well as a shortened greenhouse, has been spotted in Germany. The test vehicle also featured a roof and hood made of carbon fiber.

Recently we learned that James Bond will be driving a unique Aston Martin DB10 in the new movie Spectre. Now the vehicle of the villain has been revealed.

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

Volvo To Sell Cars Online, Skip Most Auto Shows

Mysterious BMW 2-Series-Based Mule Spy Shots

C-X75 Coming At Last: Bond Villain To Drive Jaguar Supercar In Spectre

Five Vehicles That Cost Less To Own As Diesels

2015 European Car Of The Year Finalists Announced

Imagine Electric-Car Charging Stations Every 25 Miles; France Will Have Them

Ward's Auto Names Its 10 Best Engines For 2015

2014 Toyota Camry, Avalon Recalled For Suspension Problem

BMW 2-Series Gets Three-Cylinder Engine Overseas

Milan Pays Drivers To Leave Cars At Home, Take Public Transit


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