What you missed on 11.14.14
It's here, you guys – our first test of the highly anticipated 2016 Mercedes-AMG GT. Senior Editor Seyth Miersma put the slick new coupe through its paces on road and track in northern California and came away pretty darn impressed with Merc's new coupe. It isn't totally perfect, though. Read his full findings, here.
600-hp Cadillac ATS-V.R racer revealed
We haven't even met the production ATS-V yet, and we're already seeing how it will influence Cadillac's future motorsports efforts. Revealed today, the ATS-V.R racecar has been built to FIA GT3 specifications, meaning it's fit to do battle with track stars from around the world. We can't wait to see this thing hit the tarmac.
GM is building a better Check Engine light
We're very familiar with our cars' current warning systems, letting us know about low tire pressure, low fuel, and many more problems. But what if the cars could actually tell you exactly what's wrong when the dreaded "check engine" light illuminates? General Motors is working on this technology, as executive editor Chris Paukert explains.
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