Mitsubishi has revealed its new Eclipse Cross ahead of the debut at next week’s 2017 Geneva auto show. The vehicle has nothing to do with the Eclipse sports car that went out of production a couple of years back. Instead, it’s a new SUV sized between the compact Outlander Sport and mid-size Outlander.

Volvo has started revealing some of the new features debuting on its redesigned XC60. One of them is a safety system that’s able to steer a car out of trouble if it detects a crash is imminent and the driver fails to act.

Chinese firm Techrules has revealed a prototype for its upcoming GT96 supercar. We’re talking about a Giorgetto Giugiaro-designed electric supercar with a jet engine range-extender and McLaren F1-style central seating position.

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

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