We get it, your busy schedule doesn’t afford you time to read all of the automotive news you’d like. That’s why at the end of every week we round up all of our news stories into one quick, easy-to-read post. If a particular story piques your interest, feel free to click the link to the full article. Quite a lot happened this week. Here’s what you’ll want to know.
The Upcoming Genesis G70 Will be Fast and Furious
Genesis has promised some pretty luxurious and great to drive cars. It wants to challenge the Germans at their own game and the G70 looks like it’s poised to take on the BMW 3-Series. It will share the new platform with the upcoming Kia Stinger.
Ford Will Sell the Shelby GT350 and GT350R in 2018
Ford’s GT350 and GT350R will stay in the lineup for 2018, but they won’t come with the new Mustang front fascia or rear end. We’re not too disappointed. We’re just glad Ford’s awesome performance car will continue on for at least one more year before the automaker comes out with something even better.
Mercedes-Benz Concept A Sedan Bows in Shanghai
“The time of creases is over,” proclaimed Gorden Wagener, Mercedes’ head of design. And then Mercedes showed off the stunning and creaseless Concept A. It’s a sleek small luxury sedan that makes the CLA look stale and outdated. We hope Mercedes, can bring this to production soon.
The New BMW M4 CS Could Be the Best M4
Another really fast version of the M4 for folks who have plenty of
The Refreshed Mercedes-Benz S-Class Sedan is Glorious
Classy and fashionable, the S-Class stands at the peak of luxury for Mercedes-Benz. The company recently refreshed the model with plenty of upgrades and new additions. This makes it even more of an alluring car than it already was. If you’ve been on the fence about getting one of these, defer no longer. Your time to own this car has come. Check out all the juicy details via the link below.
Will the Audi e-
tron Sportback Concept Really Arrive in 2019?
Autonomous Cars are Taking Pointers from Grand Theft Auto V
Automakers can’t get their autonomous cars to learn fast enough in real world environments so they’re turning to virtual worlds to help their car’s autonomous systems build knowledge. Automakers and researchers have turned to the video game Grand Theft Auto V, saying it’s “the richest virtual environment that we could extract data from.” That’s quite a compliment to the makers of the video game.