Aston Martin has dropped strong hints that its mid-engine supercar due in 2020 will be called a Vanquish. It makes sense as the Vanquish tends to be the fastest and most powerful model in Aston Martin's regular lineup.
Audi's e-tron electric SUV will be revealed in September, and coinciding with the reveal will be the opening of order books. Audi plans to go the Tesla route and let interested buyers reserve an e-tron online by paying a refundable deposit.
Cadillac's ATS sedan may be out of production but you can still pick up a coupe. If it is the ATS-V version of the coupe that tickles your fancy, be prepared to pay a bit extra. Cadillac has increased the base price but includes more standard equipment.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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