America’s Nikola has unveiled an extended-range electric semi-trailer truck where the range-extender is a hydrogen fuel cell. The company plans to supply hydrogen via its own network of fueling stations and says owners can expect a range of up to 1,200 miles between stops.

Thanks to rally driver Ken Block, we now have our first look at the interior of the 2017 Ford Motor Company [NYSE:F] GT. We’re glad to report that the design is almost identical to what Ford presented in the original show car unveiled almost two years ago. There are some differences, though.

A redesigned Toyota Camry is headed to the 2017 Detroit auto show. Normally a new Camry doesn’t warrant any excitement but judging from a teaser image this one might look quite sharp.

You'll find all these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.

Meet Nikola's hydrogen fuel cell extended-range electric truck

2017 Ford GT’s interior is just like on show car

2018 Toyota Camry teased ahead of Detroit auto show

Safety advocates sue NHTSA to mandate automatic braking

Forget the X-Class--give us the Mercedes-Benz G-Class pickup

2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid plug-in minivan: 33 miles of range, 84 MPGe EPA ratings

Rolls-Royce SUV (Project Cullinan) takes shape

What's New for 2017: Mazda

Volkswagen 'Korama' concept hides a production truck secret

EPA will maintain fuel-economy standards through 2025