Maserati has marked the end of production of the current GranTurismo with a one-off called the Zeda. The wild paint scheme is meant to symbolize a bridge connecting Maserati's past, present and future, with the blue at the front expected to be the signature hue for the brand's future EVs.

The Mercedes-Benz GLS is a posh ride but a much more luxurious version is coming from the Maybach sub-brand. It's confirmed for a debut at this month's Auto Guangzhou and is expected to retail for over $200,000.

After impressing us with its latest Vantage coupe, Aston Martin is now almost ready to launch the convertible. Prototypes aren't wearing any camouflage gear as the reveal is coming up soon.

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

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