Mazda has taken the wraps off its MX-5 GT4, a 320-horsepower turbocharged track-dedicated special still weighs in at just over 2,200 pounds despite the added roll cage.
BMW has launched its DriveNow and ParkNow urban mobility scheme in San Francisco, allowing users to share electric cars and have a guaranteed parking spot when they get where they're going--both aiming to reduce congestions and speed up city commutes.
All of this and more can be found in today's car news headlines in the links below.
Track-Only, 320-HP Mazda MX-5 GT4 Unveiled
BMW Launches ParkNow, DriveNow Parking And Car Sharing Apps
First Ferrari Tailor Made Car In U.S. Delivered At Pebble Beach
2014 Volkswagen Golf GTI (MkVII) Spy Shots
GM Participating In U.S. Car-To-Car Communications Trial
Fisker Surf, Sunset On Back Burner; Atlantic Is Top Priority
2012 Mitsubishi i Electric Minicar: Drive Report VIDEO!
Most-Stolen Car In The U.S.? 1994 Honda Accord...Again