Ferrari has already shown the world its new LaFerrari, but development of the automaker’s flagship supercar is far from complete. Recently, prototypes were sent to conduct some tests on Germany’s Nürburgring, and we managed to capture them on video.
A new report claims BMW and Toyota have decided on their first joint project--the development of a high-end coupe for the Lexus brand. Considering that the high-end coupe is said to be a hybrid, it’s likely that the model being referred to is a production version of 2012’s stunning LF-LC concept.
Chevrolet has rolled out a custom SS sedan coated in a beautiful satin red finish at this week’s SEMA show in Las Vegas. The car was modified according to the requests of NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon and is shaping up to be one of the stars of the show.
You'll find all of this and more in today's car news headlines from around the High Gear Media network, right here at Motor Authority.Ferrari LaFerrari Attacks The Nürburgring: VideoBMW And Toyota Alliance To Spawn High-End Coupe, Most Likely Production LF-LC2014 Chevrolet SS Prepped By Jeff Gordon Appears At SEMA2014 Alfa Romeo 4C May Come To Maserati Dealers After All2014 Porsche Panamera: Best Car To Buy 2014 NomineeWill Next Mitsubishi i-MiEV Be Shared By Nissan Too?New Bugatti ‘Legend’ Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse Debuts In DubaiNHTSA: Traffic Fatalities Down 4.2% In The First Half Of 20132015 Rolls-Royce Ghost Spy ShotsYet Another Green Fuel: Landfill Methane On Sale In California
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