Aston Martin hasn’t had much success in Formula 1, but after five decades the automaker is finally returning to the sport. Aston Martin is serving as title sponsor to Red Bull Racing, and the two organizations also plan to develop more cars together.
BMW has just launched a new X3 and soon the small SUV will spawn the first-ever X3 M. A prototype for the high-performance SUV has been spotted again. It doesn’t have much camouflage gear so a debut can’t be far.
Speaking of debuts, Subaru has a sport sedan concept in store for next month’s 2017 Tokyo Motor Show. Though it’s yet to be confirmed, there’s a good chance the concept is a preview of the next-generation WRX.
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