Mercedes-Benz's new electric sedan to sit alongside the S-Class has been spotted. Expected to be called the EQS, the electric sedan can already be seen to feature a low-slung, sleek design.

Aston Martin's rival to the Ferrari 812 Superfast features a full carbon fiber body and 715 horsepower of grunt, and will be in showrooms by the end of the year. Interestingly, it still sticks to its GT roots. That means it isn't the most hardcore member of Aston Martin's lineup; the title instead goes to the Vantage.

Germany's Opel has developed a concept to preview the new design language that will shape its cars into the next decade. The new look is an evolution of the lines we saw on Opel's GT sports car concept from 2016 and is said to feature strong proportions in combination with simple, sculptural surfaces.

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

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