Audi has a handful of new crossovers coming onto the market in the coming years and one of them will be a compact model called the Q2. The vehicle has been confirmed for a debut in 2016, the same year in which Audi will introduce a second generation of its Q5.

Classic Recreations is famous for its continuation Shelby Mustangs. The cars are sold all over the globe, including in markets where fuel prices and engine displacement-based taxes prohibit large V-8s. That’s why the company has announced plans to offer fuel-efficient EcoBoost engines.

Maserati has ended its one-make racing series, the Trofeo MC World Series, after six successful years. The automaker isn’t killing its motorsports program completely, though, as it has announced an FIA GT4-spec GranTurismo for 2016 that will be sold to private teams.

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