Video footage shows what happens when a fast moving Lamborghini Aventador comes into contact with another vehicle on a busy London street. Spoiler alert: it gets airborne.

McLaren Automotive, the road car division of the McLaren Group, has managed to turn in its first profit only two years after its first model, the 12C, went on sale. The company expects profits to grow dramatically over the next couple of years as more models are launched.

Californian supercar startup Rezvani has released the second teaser for a new car it is working on called the Beast.

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.

Lamborghini Aventador Goes Airborne In London Crash: Video

McLaren Automotive Earns Small Profit In 2013, Expects Fourfold Increase In 2014

California’s Rezvani Releases Second Teaser For New Supercar

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