We got our first shot behind the wheel of the 2019 Kia K900. Now riding on a stretched version of the Stinger's platform, the 2019 K900 is tighter and more European than ever. Arriving at dealerships before the end of 2018, Kia's flagship sedan will feature a host of new technology and be priced from around $60,000.

The 2019 BMW 3-Series broke cover at the Paris motor show. The iconic four-door enters its seventh generation with new technology and larger dimensions, but it loses its manual transmission. The turbo-4-powered 330i will go on sale in March 2019 and the M340 xDrive, with its twin-turbo inline-6, will follow in the summer.

Ford announced the 2020 Explorer Police Interceptor Utility will be the quickest cop car on the road when it hits the market. Testing showed its combination of standard all-wheel drive and 3.0-liter twin-turbo V-6 to be quicker than V-8-powered sedans. With a top speed of 150 mph and standard-setting 0-60 mph and 0-100 mph times, perps should take note.

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2019 Kia K900 first drive review: Tighter and more European

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