A 1967 Ford Shelby GT500 prototype used by Shelby American to develop performance parts has been found. It's the only GT500 of this vintage to feature the Mustang's boxier coupe body instead of the fastback, making the car just that little bit more special.
Mercedes-AMG is out testing a new CLA35. This isn't a replacement for the current CLA45 but a tamer model to be sold alongside the eventual replacement for the CLA45. It will rival the Audi S3 and should bring about 335 horsepower to the fight.
GAC will unveil a new model called the A10 at October's 2018 Paris auto show. The debut will mark the arrival of the Chinese automaker in Europe. GAC also plans to sell cars in the United States, with the first model expected here next year.
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