Alfa Romeo has announced plans for two new engine families for its future lineup, one of which will be a Ferrari-derived six-cylinder. The engines will be made in Italy, as will all of Alfa Romeo’s new cars.

McLaren F1 designer Gordon Murray has teamed up with oil giant Shell to develop a new city car concept. The new concept will feature an internal combustion engine and may end up returning a fuel economy in excess of 80 mpg without any form of electrification.

Chevrolet has dropped a few more details about its upcoming 2016 Camaro. For example, we got a look at one of the car’s new wheel designs, which Chevy says is a lightweight design that helps reduce unsprung weight.

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

Alfa Romeo Announces Two New Engines Including Ferrari-Derived Six-Cylinder

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New Ford Galaxy Promises Practicality And "First Class Travel", Won't Come To U.S.

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