Mercedes-Benz redesigned the GLS for the 2020 model year, and we’ve taken the big SUV for a spin. While it may not be the fastest or best handling in its segment, it civilizes the road like few SUVs before.
A potential rival to the GLS has been spotted testing. The vehicle is the next-generation Land Rover Range Rover, which has been spotted in its long-wheelbase body style. While the looks don’t appear to be changing, underneath sits a new platform.
Dutch sports car marque Donkervoort is out with a new model. Donkervoort’s new track-only D8 GTO JD70 R packs 415 horsepower and will pull up to 2.25 g of lateral acceleration in the corners.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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