2018 Audi A5/S5, Mid-engine Corvette spy shots, 2018 Volvo V90 station wagon: Car News Headlines

2018 Audi S5 Coupe (Euro-spec)

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The Audi A4's better looking brothers are the A5 and the sportier S5. We got behind the wheel of both of the new 2018 models and found them to be sportier, quieter, and more powerful than their predecessors. Which of these siblings is right for your depends on your pocketbook and your taste in driving dynamics.

The rumors have been confirmed and we will get a mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette, probably as a 2019 model. Chevrolet has been testing the prototype at night to keep it away from the prying lenses of photographers, but now we have really grainy shots of the car undergoing testing taken from a mile away. That still leaves a lot to the imagination, but it also gets us excited about how good this car can be.

America has seemingly lost its taste for the station wagon. It has been replaced by the crossover SUV, but if there is one automaker who can bring it back, it's Volvo. We drove the 2018 Volvo V90 and can say, without a doubt, that we'd rather drive it than a larger, floppier crossover. It has all the luxury of the S90 sedan, and all of its safety features, plus it looks and drives great. Bring back the wagon!

You'll find all of these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.

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