Aston Martin’s DB11 is still months away from hitting showrooms but the car has already managed to rack up 1,400 orders. It’s also proven to be a huge hit on social media, with most of the attention said to be positive.
The boss of Mercedes-AMG has confirmed even more models are in the works. The official tuner to Mercedes-Benz is coming off a year where sales increased 40 percent, and that demand doesn’t seem to be slowing.
Jaguar’s uber-rare XKSS is about to become just a little more common. That’s because the British automaker has announced plans to build nine continuation models.
You’ll find all of these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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