Ford’s GT supercar is about to enter the 2018 model year. Although we’re not expecting any significant changes, the automaker has confirmed there will be a limited-edition model to celebrate the 1967 24 Hours of Le Mans-winning GT40.

BMW is currently out testing prototypes for its redesigned X5. The latest model, the nameplate’s fourth generation, looks to be growing in size. At the same time, it will also shed some pounds thanks to the multi-material construction of the CLAR platform underpinning it.

Mazda is set to become the first automaker in the world with a car powered by an HCCI engine. According to automaker, the gasoline-powered engine should match or exceed the efficiency of diesel engines. Find out how the tech works in the link below.

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