An example of Volkswagen’s next-generation Touareg devoid of any camouflage gear has been spotted. The vehicle is set for a debut next April but sadly we’re unlikely to see it in the United States as VW is focused on the locally made Atlas here.

Jeep has given us an early look at its updated Cherokee which is set for a debut next month. The vehicle takes on a more conservative look as well as more efficient powertrain options.

Saleen’s S7 supercar went out of production in 2009 but the Californian company is building seven more examples with output pumped up to 1,300 horsepower. The announcement comes as Saleen prepares the launch of the new S1 sports car and kicks off a transformation into a mainstream brand for high-performance and luxury cars.

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

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