Subaru today revealed a new race car based on its 2015 WRX STI set for debut at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show next week. The new race car has been designed to compete in the Nürburgring 24 Hours endurance race, an event Subaru has enjoyed class wins at for the past two years.

The HEMI badge is one of the most iconic in American automobile history, and 2014 marks the 50th year since it first appeared. Throughout this year, Mopar will be celebrating the anniversary with a number of events.

A new British sports car brand called Zenos has revealed its first product, a track car called the Z10. The brains behind Zenos are former Caterham executives Ansar Ali and Mark Edwards.

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

2015 Subaru WRX STI-Based Race Car Revealed

Mopar Celebrates 50th Anniversary Of The HEMI V-8 This Year

Zenos E10 Sports Car Debuts At 2014 Autosport International

Carmakers Know Where You Go--And You Can't Get Them To Delete The Data

Mazda Delays U.S. Launch Of SkyActiv-D Diesel Because It Lacks Zoom Zoom

2015 Tesla Model X Prototype Seen Testing On Southern California Roads

Ferrari Testarossa Driven By Michael Jackson Heads To Barrett-Jackson

Wyoming, Hawaii Have America's Favorite License Plates, Delaware Not So Much

Mercedes-Benz Sells Record 1.46 Million Vehicles In 2013

Chinese Vehicle Sales Soar Past 20 Million, Smog Worse Than Ever


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