Following a previous teaser of its Q60 concept, Infiniti has now revealed the stunning coupe which makes its world debut next week at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show. Though labeled a concept, the Q60 going on show in Detroit is said to closely resemble the final production version due in showrooms next year, as a 2017 model.

Chevrolet used this week’s 2015 Consumer Electronics Show to preview its second-generation Volt. The new extended-range electric sedan was shown completely undisguised, but only for a brief moment.

Porsche has no plans to launch a new sports car positioned below the Boxster, but that doesn’t mean rumors of a new 718 are completely unfounded. According to a new report, Porsche will use the 718 name for its replacement for the Boxster and Cayman, in essence bringing the two models into a single product line.

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

2017 Infiniti Q60 Concept Revealed Ahead Of Detroit Debut

2016 Chevrolet Volt Teased Ahead Of Next Week’s Detroit Reveal

Porsche Boxster And Cayman To Carry 718 Title?

Elon Musk Wasn't Kidding: Tesla Is Developing An Automated Plug-In 'Snake Charger'

Autonomous Audi A7 Concept Steers Itself From San Francisco To Las Vegas For CES

BMW i3 Electric Car Teardown: Profitable At 20,000 Units, Says Engineer

China’s GAC Motor To Present GS4 Crossover At 2015 Detroit Auto Show

Uber Updates Ridesharing App Following Sexual Assault Charges In Boston, Chicago

Chevy Previews Tech That Can Warn Of Car Trouble Before It Happens

Nissan Leaf Sets New Annual Record For U.S. Electric Car Sales


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