BMW's given its 7-Series a major update, and the new looks will likely prove controversial. The car sports a new, much larger grille that BMW says has 40-percent more surface area than the grille on the outgoing model.

McLaren's 600LT may sit in the British firm's entry-level Sports Series range, but there's nothing entry-level about this finely honed track machine. Now there's an open-top Spider version, and it looks to be every bit as sharp as the coupe.

Mercedes-Benz has a new A-Class sedan on sale this year and pricing information has just been released. Just one powertrain is available at launch but more potent options are coming, including new A35 and A45 options from Mercedes-AMG.

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

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