Mercedes AMG's Lewis Hamilton has been declared the 2014 Formula One World Champion. He is the first Mercedes driver to win the title since the legendary Juan Manuel Fangio all the way back in 1955.

A senior Porsche executive has come out and denied claims that the company has canceled plans for a new supercar to rival Ferrari’s 458 Italia and McLaren’s 650S. The exec said the car is still on the cards but more mainstream models remain the priority.

Alfa Romeo’s CEO has confirmed the reveal of a new model next summer. The new model is tipped to be the long-awaited successor to the 159 small sedan.

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

Mercedes AMG’s Lewis Hamilton Named 2014 Formula One World Champion

Porsche 988 Ferrari 458 Rival Hasn’t Been Canceled

Alfa Romeo's 3-Series Rival To Debut Next Summer, May Not Be Called Giulia: Report

2015 Ford F-150: Top Full-Size Truck Gas Mileage—Not Counting Diesel

Hennessey Offering 1,000-HP Upgrade For 2015 Corvette Z06: Video

Solid-State Batteries For Electric Cars: 'Great Potential,' VW CEO Says

Lexus Cancels RC Convertible, Focuses On New Crossover Based On Next-Gen LS Platform: Report

2015 Audi A3 Video Road Test

Audi To Develop New Electric Car Using R8 e-tron Powertrain: Report

Fuel-Cell Fan Bites Back At Electric-Car Advocates, Asks 10 Questions Of His Own


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