Aston Martin’s new Vulcan has finally landed, and as expected it’s turned out to be a track-only supercar designed to rival the likes of the Ferrari FXX K and the McLaren P1 GTR. Of more interest to your average Aston Martin fan is the fact that the Vulcan previews the new look we can expect for future sports cars from the brand, such as the upcoming DB9 successor.
Audi has rolled out its Prologue Avant concept car ahead of its Geneva Motor Show debut in less than a week. This latest concept is actually the third Prologue we’ve seen so far, and it features a diesel-based plug-in hybrid system that will appear in the upcoming Q7 e-tron quattro.
The first Chevrolet Camaro ever built has been fully restored and is about to be shown to the public. We’re not talking about the first production model but the first of 49 pilot cars hand-assembled back in 1966.
You’ll find all of these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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