2016 Toyota Land Cruiser, 2017 Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe, Honda Ad: The Week In Reverse

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Toyota revealed the refreshed 2016 Land Cruiser; Mercedes-AMG previewed the 2017 C63 Coupe; and Honda pushes a fast future. It's the Week in Reverse, right here on Motor Authority.

After numerous leaks Toyota finally showed the Internet the refreshed 2016 Land Cruiser SUV. The big off-roader is indeed coming to the U.S. market this fall and it has an updated front and rear end, new tech inside the cabin, and an eight-speed automatic transmission.

Design house Icona showed off the second iteration of its Vulcano supercar at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. Dubbed the Vulcano Titanium, the latest version drops the hybrid system previously touted for a supercharged V-8. Naturally, given its name, the construction of this supercar includes some titanium along with carbon fiber and other metals.

Honda has a new ad, and while we don't usually make much ado over ads, this one brings the heat. The automaker's clearly trying to prove a point here, showing that it's serious about performance and its upcoming lineup, from planes and supercars to race cars, proves it. Welcome back, Honda.

After what feels like months of teasing, Mercedes-AMG took the wraps off the new 2017 C63 Coupe before its formal debut in September at the Frankfurt Auto Show. Looking like a mini S-Class, the car is gorgeous. Naturally, it's powered by the same twin-turbo V-8 engine as the four-door sedan sibling. We look forward to seeing this car in the metal next month.

BMW continues to build excitement for the upcoming 2016 M6 GT3 race car by releasing photos and videos of a camouflaged car. It's clear, the new race car will be fast, gorgeous, and we can only assume, sound terrific. All will be revealed on September 15 in Frankfurt.

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