After impressing us with its latest Vantage coupe, Aston Martin is now almost ready to launch the convertible. The first teaser photos have been released and we should see the full reveal happen later this year.
Saab's last production car was built in 2013 and only driven 43 miles since it rolled off the line. You have the chance to own it as the car is currently listed for sale on an online auction.
We looked at all of the new luxury and performance car arrivals and narrowed them down to a list of the 11 best. It should probably come as little surprise that two of the cars are EVs.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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