A one-off 2019 Ford Mustang GT honoring World War II flying ace Bud Anderson will be auctioned off for charity. The car has been developed with Roush and Ford Performance and packs over 700 horsepower.
The second generation of the CLA45 Shooting Brake has been revealed and it boasts up to 416 hp. Sadly, we won’t get the svelte compact wagon over here, but we will get its mechanical package in the equally svelte CLA sedan.
Buick is testing a new crossover that’s essentially a twin under the skin with the GMC Acadia and Cadillac XT6. It should bow next year, possibly with the Envoy name previously used by GMC for a crossover.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
Ford reveals special Mustang built in honor of WWII flying ace
2020 Mercedes-AMG CLA45 S Shooting Brake revealed
2021 Buick 3-row crossover spy shots
Acura MDX luxury crossover is $100 more expensive for 2020
Former Jaguar design chief to start own company
Next-generation Fiat 500e electric car arrives for Europe in 2020
Move over Bugatti: Lotus Evija electric hypercar proves the British outfit means business
Sticking around, VW redesigns 6-speed manual transmission
BMW M won’t build a hot 1-Series to challenge Audi RS 3, Mercedes-AMG A45
Tesla drops base Model S and X, again, in latest model-line shakeup