Mercedes-Benz is about to expand its compact car family with an A-Class sedan. A prototype has been spotted and reveals designers will be adhering closely to the sleek lines of the A Sedan concept unveiled earlier this year.
Ferrari’s FXX K track-only supercar has been made even more extreme with a new Evolution package. The new package reduces the weight and boosts the downforce to the levels of a GT3 racer.
Aston Martin’s DB11 is now offering two powertrain options: a V-8 and a V-12. Both engines are turbocharged and the smaller unit is actually the pick of the bunch if you prefer sporty, agile handling. This is because the V-8 provides a substantial 253-pound weight saving over the V-12.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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