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BMW's polarizing X6 crossover now has a little brother in the form of this X4. It follows a lot of the X6's form-before-function ethos, and looks to be an interesting, if offbeat, choice for enthusiasts. Brandon Turkus takes one for a spin to see if it's a nice fit within the BMW lineup, or if our dollars would better be spent on something a bit more mainstream. Find out, here.
2016 Lexus GS F shows its face
Lexus has something sporty in store for next week's Detroit Auto Show, and we got our first look at its latest performer today: the 2016 GS F. It packs a 5.0-liter V8 with 467 horsepower, and looks like a fine addition to the GS range. That said, it certainly lags behind competitors from BMW, Mercedes, and even Cadillac. We'll know more when it's fully revealed next week.
Mercedes shows its self-driving future
Like it or not, autonomous cars point the way forward for the automotive industry, and just about everyone is working on some sort of driverless tech for the road ahead. Mercedes-Benz made a splash today with the unveiling of its F 015 Luxury in Motion concept, a fully autonomous car that makes its debut at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
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