Italy’s Torino Design has come out with a striking supercar concept called the Wildtwelve. Power in the concept comes from a V-12-based hybrid system said to be producing more than 800 horsepower.

It turns out Mercedes-Benz’s SLK has one more model year left in it before it’s replaced by an updated version dubbed the SLC. For the final, 2016 model year SLK, we’ll see a new four-cylinder engine in the base model as well as a nine-speed automatic. Sadly, the manual transmission is no longer being offered in the car.

The SLK isn’t the only Mercedes sports car due to be updated soon. The SL is also set to receive some updates, and we’ve got our first spy shots of a prototype for the updated car. We’re glad to report that the new design looks to have been inspired by the gorgeous Mercedes-AMG GT.

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

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