Tesla’s Model S is now the fastest sedan in the world when it comes to 0-60 mph acceleration. Thanks to a new dual-motor option, the P85 model will rocket to 60 mph from rest in just 3.2 seconds, rivaling many supercars.

Cadillac’s new range-topping sedan, the CT6, will bow next year. We’ve just learned that it will feature some advanced technology, including a lightweight chassis that will allow it to be lighter than even the smaller CTS.

Ferrari is celebrating 60 years of sales in the U.S. with a new supercar dubbed the F60 America. Sadly, only 10 of these beauties will be built.

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

Tesla Model S Gets 691-HP Dual-Motor Option, Autopilot Tech

Cadillac CT6 To Offer Plug-In Option, Weigh Less Than CTS

Ferrari F60 America Special Edition Revealed

Transportation 2030: Study Envisions Autonomous Car Hell, Autonomous Bus Heaven, No Flying Cars

Mazda Rotary Sports Car Concept Coming In 2017, Production Version In 2020: Report

Chrysler Plug-In Hybrid Minivan Will Launch Late Next Year, Company Says

Hyundai Genesis Coupe Gets Close To 1,000 HP For SEMA

Seattle, Boston, Washington D.C. Ranked Safest Cities For Pedestrians

Production Kia GT To Launch In 2016, Target Audi A7 And BMW 5-Series GT

Ford Compact Pickup Truck: Coming Back After All, Sized Like Ranger?


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