Ford’s new Mustang developed by the SVT performance division has finally landed, and it’s called the Shelby GT350. It turns out the rumors were true as the car packs a new naturally-aspirated 5.2-liter V-8 with a flat-plane crank, and while final numbers are yet to be confirmed we’ve been told to expect more than 500 horsepower.

Toyota has confirmed that its hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicle due in showrooms next year will be called the Mirai. However, it won’t be the only new fuel cell vehicle on the market for very long as Honda today confirmed a successor for its FCX Clarity for launch in 2016.

Audi’s new concept car previewing its future design language is called the Prologue, and some official teaser sketches reveal that it will be a traditional two-door coupe. The new design language will first appear on the next A8 sedan but we wouldn’t be too surprised if the Prologue itself is put into production as a Mercedes-Benz S-Class-rivaling A9 coupe.

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

2016 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 Packs New V-8, Serious Track Upgrades

Toyota Fuel Cell Vehicle Due In 2015 To Be Called Mirai: Video

Audi Prologue Concept Teased In New Sketches, Could Preview Flagship A9 Coupe

Standing Tall: Are Smallest New Crossovers Safer Than Small Sedans?

Honda Concept Previews New Fuel Cell Vehicle Coming In 2016

Deliveries Of Via Motors Range-Extended Electric Vans Start After EPA Certification

Chevrolet SS May Not Be Replaced

2015 Subaru Outback And Legacy Earn Five-Star Safety Ratings

Studio Says Three More Fast And Furious Movies Possible

Tesla Model S Showroom Discounts Doubled On Outdated Loaner Cars


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