From an all-new Bronco, to a mid-engined Aston Martin, these are the most important numbers of the week.
Automotive technology and bicycles may seem like an odd pair, but in reality, the two modes of transportation are distant cousins.
America's Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus (SCG) is working on a new sports car with a central driving position and a standard gated shifter (a paddle-shifted 'box will be available).
The record stands at 163.5 miles per hour.
Bronco, Explorer ST, all-new small off-roader on the way
1.5-litre three-pot turbo debuts in XC40.
The limited edition 570GT Black Collection features a range of McLaren Special Operations performance parts.
Ford will join a handful of other automakers in making many active safety features standard through a suite of technologies bundled in what the automaker calls Co-Pilot360. The automaker announced on Thursday that the 2019 Ford Edge and Edge ST to be released this fall will be the first vehicles to feature Co-Pilot360.
One is for city use while the other is tailored to the off-road.
It'll arrive in China first but will then go on sale in major markets around the world, except for Europe.