A prototype for Lincoln’s all-new Continental has been spotted. The good news is that the new full-size sedan, which replaces the MKS when it arrives next year, looks almost identical to the striking concept version unveiled in New York.

Finnish firm Toroidion has unveiled a new supercar with a megawatt rating. That’s 1,341 horsepower in case you’re not used to measuring power in watts.

Volvo has come out with an interesting concept that may prove a hit with China’s chauffeur-driven class. The concept replaces the front passenger seat with a rotating table that someone sitting up back can rest their feet on or rotate around to catch up on some work or watch a movie.

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

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