The M-Class nameplate has been with us since 1998, but with the German carmaker refreshing its naming strategy, the popular SUV has a new name. Say hello to the 2016 Mercedes-Benz GLE, a mid-cycle refresh of the third-gen M-Class that offers a more rounded look up front with a revised grille, a new set of headlights, new LED taillights and squared-off sportier exhaust tips that are now integrated into the bottom of the rear bumper.
We'll admit, this probably isn't going to keep too many people from wanting one.
At the end of last year, Steve Saleen teased the world with a brief rendering of the then upcoming 302 Black Label Mustang. And now it’s made its official debut at a special event in Los Angeles. Saleen claims this is the "most powerful production Mustang to date." How so? Powered by the familiar 5.0-liter Coyote V8, additional oomph comes from a 2.8-liter twin-screw supercharger along with high-flow fuel injectors and an optimized ECU. With all that, the newly combined output is 730 hp and 600 lb-ft of torque.
Range Rover promises to unveil its most luxurious model ever at the New York Motor Show next month, which seems almost impossible given the opulent nature of the range-topping Autobiography Black. While that starts from $185,030 in long wheelbase guise, the new model – teased here from above – will almost certainly come priced north of $200k. Range Rover will also introduce a new HST variant of the Range Rover Sport in NYC.