General Motors Company’s [NYSE:GM] European unit Opel unveiled its new GT concept. The concept is in the form of a tiny, two-seater sports car with rear-wheel drive. Opel is only willing to state that the concept signals the sporty, youthful image the brand is seeking, so unfortunately there may not be any plans to actually build it.
One sexy sports car you actually go out and buy today is Jaguar’s F-Type. This week we saw a newrange-topping F-Type SVR variant. The car is expected to have a 575-horsepower output, put down through all four wheels thanks to standard all-wheel drive.
If sedans are more your thing, we strongly suggest taking a close look at Cadillac’s new CT6. We recently drove the full-size four-door and found it to be a great driver’s car, especially with the four-cylinder engine and not the more powerful V-6. The car isn’t without its flaws, though.
After giving up his Humvee, Arnold Schwarzenegger went with an even bigger vehicle: a Mercedes-Benz Unimog. It’s currently sitting at a dealership in Texas with a for sale sign.
One of the upcoming vehicles we spied this week is a track-focused version of the stunning Mercedes-AMG GT sports car. It’s thought the car will be called a GT R. This isn’t the Black Series version. That comes later.
Another car we spied is Aston Martin’s DB11, the replacement for the DB9. A photo of the car has already leaked, and our latest spy shots reveal a few more details. The world debut is scheduled for the 2016 Geneva Motor Show this March.
Buyers of GMC’s Sierra lineup of pickups looking for a little extra off-road capability can look forward to the new Sierra All Terrain X. On top of the regular All Terrain package, the special edition adds a few extra items including blacked-out 18-inch aluminum wheels shod with Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac Mud-Terrain tires.
For the motorcycle fans, we posted up a review of Harley-Davidson’s new Softtail Slim S. Forget whatever negative connotations you may have about the Harley brand because we’d wager that the Softtail Slim S eliminates them.