Audi is headed back to Le Mans again this year, but this time, it's bringing the R18 e-tron race car with some new aerodynamic additions, including a long tail. Will it be enough to hold off the competition?
And Volvo has completed testing of its F1-style KERS hybrid system for the street, claiming fuel savings of up to 25 percent--without batteries or electric motors.
Find all of this and more in today's car news headlines here at Motor Authority.
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