The Tesla Model S and Model X are already among the quickest vehicles on the planet, and now they just became even quicker. Company CEO Elon Musk announced a new 100 kwh battery pack option that gives us the new P100D Model S and Model X. Both feature more range, now over 300 miles, and quicker acceleration, down to 2.5 seconds in the 0-60 mph run for the Model S sedan.
The Buck LaCrosse is new for 2017 and it boasts remarkably polished manners, even on a curvy road. While it's not a BMW-rivaling sports sedan, it will impress with a new structure that's shed 300 pounds, a powerful V-6 engine, and loads of standards features.
The Aston Martin One-77 is a rare beast, and while you're unlikely to ever see one driving down the street, you now have the chance to actually own one. A barely driven example with only 1,118 miles on the clock is for sale with a price tag of $3.35 million.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority:
Tesla unveils Model S P100D, proclaims it the fastest accelerating car you can buy
How Porsche gave the world more turbos, faster
2017 Buick LaCrosse preview
An Aston Martin One-77 can be yours, for $3.35 million
Lincoln, Honda, Toyota, BMW are tops in customer satisfaction (Acura, VW not so much)
New Kia Rio bound for 2016 Paris auto show
Airbus shows off an autonomous drone taxi concept
Former BBC Head admits letting Clarkson go was a mistake
2017 Porsche 911 Turbo first drive review