Audi’s new RS 3 sport sedan goes on sale in mid-2017. However, the German firm will start selling a racing version well before that. The racing version is the RS 3 LMS, which was developed by the Audi Sport division, primarily for the low-cost TCR International Series.
Also going on sale in mid-2017 will be Land Rover’s new Discovery, the long-awaited replacement for the LR4. It may have lost the tough, boxy look of the LR4, but the Discovery is no less capable off the road, as you’ll discover in a detailed video looking at all the vehicle’s features.
We’ve just driven Infiniti’s sexy Q60 coupe—in performance-oriented Red Sport trim. The car is a much more handsome alternative to the BMW 4-Series, and a few other entry-level luxury coupes, but those looking for outright performance may be a little disappointed. Find out why in our first drive review.
You’ll find all these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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