This week we worked to bring you the latest spy videos, video road tests, and first driving impressions, and you watched them in droves. Spy videos were clearly the popular choice this week as three out of our top five videos this week are spy videos.
Also among the most watched videos this week were our first driving impressions of the Volkswagen Golf Blue-e-motion electric car prototype along with spy video of the 2014 Cadillac CTS, 2014 Land Rover Range Rover Sport, and the 2014 Mercedes-Benz S Class.
So before you sign off completely for the week, enjoy these videos. And keep watching us by subscribing to our YouTube channel:
2013 Mercedes-Benz GL Class Video Road Test
Mercedes-Benz's large crossover is back with a refined new look and a terrific diesel engine. But how does it handle the dusty New Mexico Desert? Marty finds that out and more.
2014 Cadillac CTS Spy Video
Now that the new ATS is launching, Cadillac is hard at work on the next-generation CTS. Set to be a true BMW 5-Series competitor, the new CTS will be larger and sharper. Cadillac is clearly serious as we see it testing the CTS aggressively on the track in Germany.
Volkswagen Golf Blue-e-motion Prototype First Driving Impressions
While the Volkswagen Golf Blue-e-motion won't ever see production in it's current state, that didn't stop us from sliding behind the wheel of a prototype in Europe. The vehicle is being used as a test-platform to develop future all-electric cars. Watch the video to see if we think the future of electric cars is bright at Volkswagen.
2014 Mercedes-Benz S Class Spy Video
The new 2014 Mercedes-Benz S Class is less than a year away from launching and development work is clearly wrapping us based on our latest spy video. The large sedan appears to have grown a little bit but the proportions seem to be similar to those of the current S Class. To keep you occupied until the car is revealed later this year we have this spy video for you to watch.
2014 Land Rover Range Rover Sport Spy Video
With the next-generation Range Rover being unveiled next month, Land Rover is already hard at work finishing up the next-generation Range Rover Sport. Seen here testing on the Nürburgring, the new bruiser will be faster and have improved handling over the current model.