Jaguar’s XE sport sedan has been given a mid-cycle update. The update sees the face of the XE become a bit more distinctive, and the vehicle’s interior made more premium and high-tech.
While its rivals shy away from manual transmissions, Aston Martin’s CEO has vowed to always offer the three-pedal option in the automaker’s lineup. Now he’s delivered on his promise with a manual-equipped Vantage sports car.
Mercedes-AMG’s One hypercar is due to start deliveries in 2020. One of the car’s technologies borrowed from the world of Formula 1, an electric turbocharger, will soon filter across to regular models in the AMG lineup.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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