Aston Martin has given us our first look at its redesigned Vantage which is due out later this year. As expected, the car looks very much like the striking DB10 developed for the James Bond movie “Spectre.”

A prototype for Mercedes-AMG’s next-generation A45 Hatchback has been spotted for the first time. The car will come with a turbocharged inline-4 driving all four wheels, and we hear there will be a peak 400 horsepower on tap.

For the first time, Porsche’s Panamera is available in two body styles. One is the standard sedan and the other is a new wagon option dubbed the Sport Turismo. We’ve just taken the latter, in high-performance Turbo flavor, for a spin.

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

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