Dartz has unveiled what’s likely to be the world’s most expensive steering wheel. It’s destined for a one-off SUV called the Black Alligator and among its features are diamonds, rubies, gold, and alligator and stingray skins.

Semi-official BMW tuner Alpina is working on its own versions of the new 5-Series. Today we posted up spy shots of a prototype for Alpina’s new B5 Touring. Crucially, the shots also provide a decent look at the shape of BMW’s new 5-Series Touring.

Chevrolet has given us a preview of two of the cars it’s bringing to November’s 2016 SEMA show. They are based on the Cruze Hatchback and Malibu and likely preview some official accessories planned for the cars.

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

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