A Mercedes-Benz C-Class All-Terrain is set for debut at the 2021 Munich auto show, and a prototype has just been spied. The larger E-Class All-Terrain is already on sale in the United States, and with any luck we’ll also see its smaller sibling.
Volkswagen’s ID family of electric vehicles is set to expand with a coupe-like version of the ID.4 compact crossover. It will be called the ID.5, and the debut is coming up shortly.
Aston Martin is celebrating 70 years of U.S. sales with an open-top Valkyrie, a teaser for which was released today. The new Valkyrie variant is set for a debut next week as part of Aston Martin’s major presence at Monterey Car Week.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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