A new video out shows the complex process that goes into building each and every example of the all-new BMW 7-Series. That’s because the sixth-generation car, which lands in showrooms this fall, as a 2016 model, features carbon fiber-reinforced plastic in its construction.

The only known LaFerrari up for sale in North America is currently located at a dealership in Florida. The black example has just 202 miles on the clock and can be yours for $5 million.

Volkswagen is working on a new technology that will make parking a thing of the past. Called V-Charge, the system takes a sensor-based approach that allows a car to orient itself without the use of GPS, meaning it will even work in deep, underground carparks.

You'll find all of these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.

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