Lincoln is close to wrapping up development of its new Continental flagship sedan, as indicated by the latest spy shots. The car is expected to debut at next month’s 2016 Detroit Auto Show and from what we can see the production version looks virtually identical to this year’s concept.
Audi’s second-generation Q7 is almost ready for its showroom appearance. We’ve finally driven a U.S.-spec car and thankfully it comes with the four-wheel-steering system fitted to the European cars we drove earlier in the year. It helps make the big SUV feel agile and nimble.
Acura has finally revealed pricing for its second-generation NSX supercar, which goes on sale in the spring. Although the car is brimming with technology and performance, the pricing pushes it into a rarefied league that includes some tough competitors.
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