Rolls-Royce has finally given in to developing an off-roader. Yes, the British automaker will build an SUV, only it doesn’t want you to call it such. Instead, Rolls-Royce calls it a vehicle that meets the highly mobile, contemporary lifestyle expectations of its discerning customers.
Aston Martin has revealed a new track-focused version of its Vantage based on the GT3-spec endurance racer competing in the World Endurance Championship and other endurance competitions. This road-going Vantage GT3 comes with 591 horsepower under the hood but sadly we’ll never get to see it on these shores.
The second model from the newly-established Mercedes-Maybach sub-brand will make its debut next month at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. It’s the new Pullman, and it offers 21.3 feet of opulence geared toward the modern über-executive.
You’ll find all of these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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