We’ve just driven the 2015 Mercedes-AMG C63 in its sportier S trim, and boy is it an impressive ride. We found that it delivers nearly everything with abundance, especially power.
Honda’s current CEO is set to be replaced after six years in the top job. The reasons behind the decision are likely to be slowing sales faced by Honda due to the ongoing Takata airbag recall fiasco and the automaker failing to properly report a number of death and injury claims to regulators.
Bugatti has confirmed that it has sold its final Veyron, which is based on the 1,183-horsepower Grand Sport Vitesse and aptly named the La Finale. We’ll see the car at next week’s 2015 Geneva Motor Show.
You’ll find all of these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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