MINI has released the first official specs for its third-generation Cooper, which is set for a reveal next month. The car will be available with three- and four-cylinder engines, and newly developed manual and automatic transmissions. The entry-level model will deliver approximately 134 horsepower.
Nissan is expected to launch a redesigned GT-R in the 2016 model year, and the rumor mill is running wild on talk of hybrid technology being fitted to the car. Today it’s been reported that the Williams F1 team will supply the hybrid technology.
If you’re in San Francisco or Los Angeles, you can now rent a Tesla Model S. Hertz is offering the car for rental at the airports of both cities.
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