Porsche has a new special-edition model the 2024 model year, and we just drove it. The car is the 911 S/T, which is a modern take on the ST from 1969, and stands out as the lightest of all current 911s.
McLaren has updated its GT supercar and rebranded it the GTS in the process. There’s extra power on hand, plus revised looks and more personalization options. The car also boasts more than 20 cubic feet of storage, or as much as some large sedans.
Mercedes-Benz plans to expand its C-Class line to include an electric variant with styling distinct to versions equipped with a gas engine. It’s due around 2025 and we just spotted a prototype. An electric version of the GLC-Class class is also coming at about the same time.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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