Mazda has launched a new crossover SUV dubbed the CX-60. It's the first in a range of premium vehicles based on a newly developed rear-wheel-drive platform, but we won't see it in the U.S. Instead, we'll get a slightly larger version dubbed the CX-70.

General Motors plans to establish a fully owned division in China to import into the country some of its halo vehicles. It's a similar model to what GM has in parts of Europe and has just launched in Australia following the demise of Holden.

Mercedes-Benz is out testing a redesigned GLC-Class and the popular crossover SUV looks to be growing in size for its next generation. New proportions should also result in a sleeker, sportier look compared to the current model.

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

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