Chevrolet’s next-generation Camaro has been spotted stretching its legs on the Nürburgring. The new car will be revealed early next year and go on sale next fall, as a 2016 model. Expect it to be lighter, more powerful and better built than the fifth-gen car it replaces.

In a company-wide strategy announcement made overnight, Ford confirmed that its Lincoln brand will receive two new models before 2020. These will be in addition to the new MKX and replacement for the MKS.

A couple of years ago, news emerged that Audi was looking to build a hybrid supercar inspired by its Le Mans-winning R18 e-tron quattro prototypes. A new report out today claims that the car, tipped to be called an R10, has been confirmed for production.

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

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