The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro is almost with us, and today the bowtie brand released two new teasers showing some of the exterior. According to General Motors Company [NYSE:GM] design chief Ed Welburn, the goal in designing the exterior was to create a leaner, more athletic shape that complements the car’s lightweight structure and dynamic performance.
Cadillac’s third-generation CTS-V lands in showrooms this summer, but we’ve already got the all-important pricing details. Crucially, the car outmatches its German rivals when it comes to both power and pricing.
It would seem that there’s a lot of demand out there for flying cars given the number of wacky concepts that have come and gone. The latest is a credible design from Germany’s Carplane, which like another successful design, Slovakia's Aeromobil, more closely resembles a drivable plane.
You’ll find all of these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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