Mercedes-Benz has redesigned its SL, and we have our first drive review up. Development of the new SL was handled by the AMG performance skunkworks, and it shows in the car’s improved dynamic performance. That isn’t the only significant change for the new SL as there has also been a return to a 2+2 seating layout and a soft-top roof.
Niche British supercar marque Noble is back with a new model. Called the M500, it’s a direct replacement for Noble’s M600 that went out of production in 2018, although the two cars have a lot in common. One element that isn’t shared however is the powertrain. In the M500 there’s a V-6 instead of a V-8 like in the M600.
A potential Cadillac Escalade-V was spotted testing on public roads. The large three-row SUV was covered in camouflage, though it appeared to be in production form. A 6.2-liter supercharged V-8 with more than 600 hp is expected to sit under the Escalade-V’s hood when it’s unveiled later this year.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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