Chevrolet continues to add updates to its SS muscle sedan despite the car’s lackluster performance in the showroom and expected demise in the coming years. The latest updates match those introduced on the car’s Australian cousin, the Holden Commodore, and consist of several visual tweaks.
The Ford Motor Company [NYSE:F] has confirmed some of the performance specs for its Focus RS as it begins sales of the hot hatch in the European market. We’ll see it arrive in local showrooms next spring.
Aston Martin has finally confirmed that its replacement for the DB9 will be called a DB11. The car will be the first from the British automaker to ride on a new platform currently in the works, and unlike its predecessor it may end up offering two powertrain options.
You'll find all of these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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