Designer and entrepreneur Henrik Fisker used the past weekend’s Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance to unveil a new car based on the bones of the Aston Martin Vanquish. It’s called the “Thunderbolt”, and should there be enough demand for it the guys at Galpin Auto Sports will offer a small run for sale.
The all-new Camaro isn’t the only major reveal Chevrolet has planned for next month’s New York Auto Show. The General Motors Company [NYSE:GM] brand is also bringing a new Malibu sedan, which has been teased in a new video.
The Mercedes AMG Formula One team is proving to be once again unbeatable, winning yesterday’s 2015 Australian Grand Prix in style with a one-two finish. The good news is that Ferrari showed some promise, with its new recruit Sebastian Vettel managing to make the podium.
You’ll find all of these and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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