As promised, American supercar startup Lyons Motor Car presented a concept of its 1,700-horsepower LM2 Streamliner at the New York Auto Show. Only, the concept’s unveiling was late for the show’s press days and the vehicle itself was still far from complete. It doesn’t bode well for the company’s somewhat overambitious plans.
Ferrari’s LaFerrari-based FXX K limited-edition track car will soon be jetting off to the world’s premier race tracks, as part of the automaker’s Corse Clienti program. However, a video out this week gives you an inside glimpse at the car during its development days.
Audi’s RS 3 has been confirmed for the U.S. market, though it’s likely we’ll only be getting a sedan version of the car. The car’s key rival will be Mercedes-AMG’s CLA45.
You’ll find all of these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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