We’ve finally spent some time behind the wheel of Aston Martin’s new DBX. Yes, it’s a bit strange that an automaker famous for sports cars is now selling a crossover, but the vehicle offers all the performance and style you expect of an Aston Martin and throws in some practicality, too.
Toyota has announced a round of updates for its 2022 Supra, and among them is a new special edition developed exclusively for North America. Just 600 examples of the special Supra are planned, all of them with the range-topping inline-6 engine.
Italy’s Touring Superleggera celebrates its 95th anniversary in 2021 and has decided to mark the occasion with its first mid-engine car project. The mid-engine car is based on the bones of a modern Ferrari and was revealed for the first time this week.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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