Mercedes-AMG's GT sports car has been updated, though you'll hardly notice the changes unless you're a die-hard fan. That's because most of the changes have taken place inside, with the car now boasting a digital dash and a new center console. It's also spawned a new GT R Pro range-topping model.
Jeep once again has a pickup truck in its lineup in the form of the Gladiator. The vehicle is essentially a Wrangler pickup, but there's much more to it than just the addition of a bed. Few trucks will likely be as capable off the road.
BMW's code-named iNext is a crossover SUV that will debut in 2021. It will arrive with Level 3 self-driving capability but BMW will be testing versions with Level 4 and even Level 5 self-driving systems. The automaker said fully self-driving cars will be technologically viable within the next couple of years but required map data and a sufficient regulatory environment may take many more years to develop.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
Mercedes-AMG GT now with digital dash
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