The Mercedes-AMG E 63 4MATIC+ is now available to order, with prices starting from £78,935.
The E 63 S 4MATIC+ costs £88,295, while the E 63 S 4MATIC+ Edition 1 is available for £106,585 and first deliveries are in June.
McLaren Automotive will create more than 200 jobs in Britain.
It will bring production of its carbon-fibre chassis from Austria to Sheffield, with full production due to begin by 2020, under a £50 M investment in Sheffield.
Motoring road safety body Brake is warning of gridlock as all traffic rises on UK roads.
Provisionally, 320.5 billion vehicle miles were travelled on Great Britain’s roads in the year ending December 2016, a figure 1.2% higher than 2015 and the greatest percentages were of commercial vehicles, suggesting a growing economy.
A new independent emissions regime is being planned by the EU.
It will take further action against Germany, Britain and five other member states it believes have colluded with home motor manufacturers to overlook illegal emissions.
The global automotive industry last year built 84.24 million LCVs and cars according to JATO Dynamics.
This is a 5.6% increase on 2015 and shows the sector’s strength amidst the uncertainty of 2016.
PSA Group has been referred to French prosecutors over suspected diesel emissions cheating.
The decision is a blow for the automakers, whose diesel technology had until now escaped serious criticism in the wake of the Volkswagen Group emissions-cheating scandal and it follows referrals of the German company, Renault and Fiat Chrysler.
Further consolidation of Renault and Nissan is unlikely unless the French government relinquishes an increased share it acquired two years ago.
France wants to maintain influence over the two companies but chief executive Carlos Ghosn said the stake is too high and is holding back the companies, which maintain separate boards and operate independently.