The 2013 Ferrari F70, the code-named successor to the Enzo, has been spied yet again. Though the heavy camouflage makes it look quite funky, the statistics sound brilliant. Will the F70 be the new king of the super cars?

Cadillac says it will bring its hands-off "SuperCruise" cruise control--a limited form of self-driving car--to market "very soon." Does the idea of a car that can drive itself get you excited or worried?

And Audi is leading Le Mans provisional qualifying with its new e-tron quattro cars, showing once again that "hybrid," in race terms at least, often means "faster."

You'll find all of this and more in today's car news headlines linked below.

Ferrari Enzo Successor (F70) Spy Shots

Cadillac To Offer Hands-Off 'SuperCruise' Driving...Very Soon

Audi e-tron quattro Cars Lead Provisional Le Mans Qualifying

What's The Real Cost of a Better Place Electric Car in Israel?

2013 Hyundai Elantra GT Priced From $19,170

2014 Porsche Macan Spy Shots

2014 Maserati Quattroporte Spy Shots

INDYCAR Cancels August China Race

Enterprise, Avis, Dollar Thrifty Balk At Repairing Recalled Cars

How Clean Is Your Electric Car? Online Tool Helps You Find Out