Aston Martin Vulcan in New ZealandEnlarge Photo
Audi’s latest A4 is a fine car but you can get the same package in a sportier, more stylish form factor with the A5 Sportback. Find out what it’s like to drive in our first drive review.
Aston Martin’s Vulcan is designed for tearing up the track, so it should come as no surprise that the car can pull a wicked burnout. Attendees of the recent Shelsley Walsh Hillclimb in the United Kingdom got a firsthand experience of what a Vulcan burnout is like.
Land Rover’s handsome Range Rover Velar isn’t even on sale yet but already prototypes for a more potent version have been spotted. The new version is thought to be an SVR packing V-8 power.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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