Joey Tribbiani, well, the person who played him on the popular sitcom Friends, has been confirmed as one of the new hosts of Top Gear. We are, of course, talking about 48-year-old actor Matt LeBlanc who is set to appear alongside British presenter Chris Evans when the new season of Top Gear starts this May.
The DB9 GT is the pinnacle of Aston Martin’s development of the DB9, a car that dates back to the 2004 model year. We’ve just said farewell to the DB9 with a quick drive of the GT and are now looking forward to its successor, the all-new DB11.
A prototype for Opel’s next-generation Insignia has been spotted. This is an important model for General Motors Company [NYSE:GM] as it will likely be the basis for the next Buick Regal as well as the next Holden Commodore.
You’ll find all of these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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