Porsche's next 911 GT3, based on the new 991 architecture, has been spied on video. It sounds fantastic, and it looks killer, too. How much faster will the new GT3 be around a track?

The Tesla Model S launch is going well, with deliveries on track for its planned roll-out, even though the company is losing more money per share than it was a year ago.

Toyota is once again the best-selling carmaker in the world, moving 4.97 million cars from January to June, 2012. Last year's earthquake and tsunami put a dent in the company's output, but it appears to have recovered thoroughly.

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

2013 Porsche 911 GT3 Spy Video

Tesla Losses Widen But Model S Roll Out Remains On Track

Toyota Regains Title Of World's Best-Selling Automaker

BMW ActiveHybrid 7 Priced At $84K, Gas Mileage Yet Unknown

Walter Röhrl Cancels Pikes Peak Entry

Ferrari 512 BB LM, 365 GTB4 Sound Fantastic At Le Mans Classic: Video

2012 Toyota Prius Plug-In: Quick Drive Report

Why Would Volkswagen Want To Buy Lotus?

Driver Goes Nuts, Tries To Take Out Motorcyclists On Freeway: Video

Power: Sonic, Volt, MINI Coupe More Appealing Than Larger Cars