McLaren's MP4-28, the car that will carry Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton's replacement, Sergio Perez, through the 2013 F1 season, has been unveiled, and it looks surprisingly...not bad. The real question, however, is whether McLaren will be able to hang with the other perennial front-runners, or if perhaps McLaren will run away from them. At this point, anything is possible.

GM has moved its Performance Build Center from Michigan to the home of the Corvette in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The move is part of a larger effort to consolidate other aspects of the company's powertrain operations in Michigan.

Tesla and Fisker are the leading names in the upstart set of car companies riding the electrification wave--but which one is doing better? Which is winning? Join Green Car Reports' senior editor John Voelcker and High Gear Media's social media director Joel Feder for a video chat on the topic, and some insight into the situation.

You'll find all of these stories and more from around the High Gear Media network in today's car news headlines right here at Motor Authority.

McLaren’s 2013 Formula One Car, The MP4-28, Makes Debut

GM Consolidates Powertrain Divisions, Moves Performance Build Center To Corvette Plant

Tesla And Fisker: Who's Winning, Who's Losing? (Video Chat)

Audi Promises Autonomous ‘Piloted Driving’ System This Decade

Kia Cross GT Concept Teased: Chicago Auto Show

Apple's Siri Eyes Free Coming To Acura And Honda Vehicles

Steve McQueen's Last Big Screen Ride Hits The Block

Electric Cars In Winter: Six Steps To Maximize Driving Range

Ford Stock Price Falls: Is It The Apple Of Cars?

Toyota Recalls 1 Million Vehicles In U.S. To Fix Faulty Airbags, Wipers