Mercedes Urban eTruck, Infiniti Q60 Convertible, Tesla Model S in the 10s: Today’s Car News
Mercedes-Benz Urban eTruck concept, 2016 IAA Commercial Vehicles
Mercedes-Benz has given us a glimpse of the future of the delivery truck in the form of the Urban eTruck concept. It’s an electric truck with 124 miles of range and a high-tech look and cabin.
A senior executive at Infiniti has revealed that the Japanese luxury brand won’t renew the current Q60 Convertible. He also revealed that Infiniti won’t be going up against BMW M and Mercedes-AMG anytime soon.
Tesla’s [NSDQ:TSLA] Model S is now in the 10-second bracket for the quarter mile, an amazing feat considering this is a large, mass-produced family sedan we’re talking about. It’s also the quickest car to 60 mph that you can currently take delivery of.
You’ll find all these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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