We’ve just driven the 2016 Cadillac ATS-V and find it to be superior—yes, superior—to its German rivals. Why does it win? Sheer flat-out ability.
Volvo is working on a new generation of compact cars, based around a modular platform developed with Chinese automaker Geely. One will be a replacement for the current V40 hatch, and another will be an XC40 crossover. A third could be a new S40 sedan to take on the likes of the Audi A3 and Mercedes CLA.
British coachbuilder and nascent automaker A. Kahn Design has added a pickup to its Flying Huntsman family, the aptly named Flying Huntsman 105 Pick Up. It’s 15 inches longer than the Land Rover Defender 90 on which it’s based, with all of that extra length found in front of the windshield.
You’ll find all of these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
2016 Cadillac ATS-V First Drive Video
Volvo’s New Compact Cars To Be Built In Belgium, Probably China
A. Kahn Design Reveals Defender-Based Flying Huntsman 105 Pick Up
Ford Recalls 390,000 Cars For Fault That Could Cause Doors To Fly Open
Mazdaspeed 3 Concept Coming To 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show: Report
Will Tesla Model 3 Electric Car Hit 2017 Production Date?
Peugeot Rules Out Second-Generation RCZ
2016 Acura RLX Review
Subaru To Strengthen STI’s Presence In U.S., Launch More Tuned Cars
Tesla Website, Twitter Account, Musk Twitter Briefly Hacked