Spies have captured a slightly more production-looking McLaren P1 supercar in testing at a private facility. The changes appear to be minor thus far, indicating the design preview shown at Paris is very close to what we'll see as a final product next year.

Tesla may be planning more Model S variants, expanding beyond the 40-, 60-, and 85-kWh models we already know are coming. What might these new variants be? New body styles, all-wheel drive, or even a higher-performance model are all possible.

The Ford Mustang Boss 302 is undeniably one very good Mustang--but it won't be coming back for the 2014 model year according to the new order sheet. Track fans will be disappointed if they haven't already purchased theirs--though there's still time for those so inclined.

All of this and more can be found in today's car news headlines here at Motor Authority.

McLaren P1 Supercar Spy Shots

Is Tesla Planning More Model S Variants?

Ford's Mustang Boss 302 Won't Return In 2014

Pininfarina Details The Ferrari SP12 EC Project

Bentley Debuts Gift Collection In Time For Holiday Giving

Investors Fear Mercedes Will Trade Profit For Increased Sales

An Electric Toyota GT 86? Yes, But From A Tuning Shop

Should I Buy A New Suzuki (Now That It's Leaving The U.S.)?

2012 Hyundai Veloster Six-Month Road Test: Gas Mileage Wrap-Up

Used Car Prices Tick Up After Sandy, But Beware Of Flooded Finds