Bentley finally took the wraps off the new 2017 Bentayga SUV; Rolls-Royce quit playing around and showed us the 2016 Dawn; and Porsche revealed the 2017 911 Carrera. It's the Week in Reverse, right here on Motor Authority.
After many spy shots and some spy video, Porsche has revealed the new 2017 911 Carrera ahead of its 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show debut. With turbocharged engines, updated styling, and new tech, the new Carrera is a massive leap forward for the nameplate.
Google executive Benjamin Sloss bought his wife a Ferrari LaFerrari-based FXX K for her birthday, and she's already taken some hot laps with her new baby on the track. The car's priced at approximately $2.8 million, and we would say she is one lucky lady.
Jaguar's about to launch the new 2016 XF mid-size luxury sedan and we had some time behind the wheel to see if can really take on the Germans. The answer? Without a doubt. With less weight, a larger interior, better dynamics, and more tech, the new XF is ready to join the elite luxury sedan group.
Rolls-Royce dropped the top on the new 2016 Dawn. A stunning convertible version of the Ghost II sedan and Wraith coupe. The automaker states this new model is the sexiest vehicle it's ever built, and frankly, we aren't going to argue with that claim. We'll see it in the metal next week at the 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show.
After teasers, spy shots, spy video, and leaks, the new 2017 Bentley Bentayga SUV is here, and it has quite a presence. Now the world's most powerful, most luxurious SUV, it sets a new standard in the luxury SUV realm, and we can't wait to see it in person next week in Frankfurt.