We heard the Bugatti Chiron start cold; someone received a very big speeding ticket in a 2016 Chevrolet Camaro SS; and we spied the 2017 Porsche Panamera Shooting Brake. It's The Week in Reverse, right here on Motor Authority.
The Lexus RX is a wildly popular luxury crossover SUV, and it's one of the Japanese automaker's best-selling vehicles. This year it receives an aggressive update with a bold design, new safety tech, and refined feel. Is it the best RX yet? The Car Connection slid behind the wheel to find out in a latest video road test.
We've seen the new 1,490-horsepower Bugatti Chiron, and we've even heard it. Now we've had the chance to hear it start cold. That sound is intoxicating, but perhaps it's more important to note that it sounds far more brutal than the Veyron ever did.
BMW issued a recall and stop-sale on the new 2016 7-Series flagship sedan due to an issue with the airbag control module. Notably, the control module wasn't manufactured by Takata—it was made by another leading supplier, Continental.
We knew the new 2016 Chevrolet Camaro SS was fast (it was just one of the reasons it was named Motor Authority Best Car To Buy 2016) and now we have an idea of just how fast it is. A Minnesota man was pulled over after being clocked at an incredible 171 mph on Highway 61 north of Duluth, Minnesota.
Fans of the Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo concept are rejoicing—with good reason—as our spy photographers caught a late-stage prototype of a Panamera Shooting Brake hitting the track. The general shape looks virtually identical to what we saw on the concept, which is a very good thing.
The new 2017 Lincoln Continental flagship sedan has been priced from $45,485. While that number is higher than the outgoing MKS it replaces, it's lower than competitors including the Cadillac CTS and CT6.