Rolls-Royce on Thursday unveiled a new generation of the Phantom, the nameplate’s eighth. The latest model is bigger and bolder than ever, and under its long hood sits a newly developed twin-turbocharged V-12.
Cadillac’s boss has confirmed that the XTS, CTS and ATS will not be replaced after they reach the end of their respective life cycles. To fill the void will be a new mid-size sedan called the CT5.
A new electric car startup in the United States, Bollinger, on Thursday revealed its first vehicle. It’s a no-nonsense pickup truck with up to 200 miles of range and the ability to handle the roughest terrain.
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