Mercedes-Benz comes one step closer to a full E-Class lineup.
Honda's sporty subcompact returns.
Paris-based Peugeot is returning to the pickup truck segment in one of the most unimpressive ways imaginable. The company has turned to Chinese partner Dongfeng to sell a re-badged version of the Rich, which is a 20-year old Nissan Navara with a new face. Named Pick Up, the model is aimed at the African market.
Workhose -- the same company who recently unveiled a hybrid pickup -- is showing a personal drone at the Paris Air Show. The SureFly is relatively simple to operate, though a pilot's license is required. The SureFly starts at approximately $200,000.
A Superformance MkIII set a new speed record for the Shelby Cobra. Owned by Ted Taormina, the model recently hit 201 mph on an airport runway. The previous record of 198 mph was set by Dick Smith in 1967.
Aston Martin has issued a recall that affects 1,658 examples of the Vantage built from June 2010 through September 2013 and equipped with a Sportshift transmission. The clutch wasn't properly re-set after technicians installed new code, which can cause the engine to stall or lose power. http://bit.ly/2tvL8gE
The first car ever to win a race at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, a 1956 Ferrari 500 Testa Rossa piloted by Pete Lovely, will be front-and-center at the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion this August. The reunion marks the 60th anniversary of the staple California road racing circuit. Lovely campaigned the Ferrari in historic races at the venue for many years before passing in 2011 at the age of 85.