The XK60 that will be officially unveiled at the British Motor Show in London next week is a limited edition model created to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the XK sports car that started with the XK120 in 1948. The British firm hasn’t released any details on the special edition model but looking at the official picture above, we gather that the XK60 will get unique badges, a subtle bodykit, and a “one-of-a-kind” British Green color.
A bug in Tesla’s sofware lets owners disable stability control and regenerative braking, but without the electronic safety net, they’re out there on their own.
Ford GTs are slowly entering the used car market after their two-year no-sale contracts are starting to expire.
With space for the whole family, the Granvia will launch in Australia on October 14 in six- and eight-seat versions.
According to the police, the driver of the Jeep was distracted and didn’t notice the red light; thankfully, no one was seriously hurt.
States will now longer be able to set their own fuel economy and emission standards.
The Century Convertible will make its debut at the coronation ceremony for Emperor Naruhito on October 22nd.
VW’s new smartphone application is available for free for five years with each new vehicle and will be updated to communicate with smart home devices.
Huracan Performante Evo is expected to have a new touchscreen infotainment system and an upgraded V10 engine.
Thanks to an EQ Boost starter-alternator, higher end versions of the next-generation GT could have 650+ hp.
For the 2020MY, the E-Pace also gets Apple CarPlay and Android Auto across the range as standard.