Californian startup Rezvani has kept to its word and launched on the market a stunning track-focused sports car called the Beast. It’s an ultra-exclusive, carbon fiber-bodied track weapon with 500 horsepower on tap, and it will only set you back $165,000.
We’ve just driven Alfa Romeo’s new 4C Spider, the open-top version of last year’s 4C coupe—Motor Authority’s Best Car To Buy 2015. Right off, we'll tell you that choosing between the 4C coupe and Spider is mostly personal preference—there's no difference in driving dynamics.
A prototype for Audi’s next-generation A5 has been spotted. Designers have taken an evolutionary approach with the car’s styling, but underneath the sheet metal is an all-new platform.
You’ll find all of these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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