Buyers of Bentley’s Flying Spur equipped with a V-8 engine can now opt for a sporty new trim labeled Beluga. It adds a few visual cues inside and out, but there’s still no extra power available from the car’s twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8.
After going bankrupt in 2013, Fisker Automotive was bought by Chinese parts giant Wanxiang and is now gearing up to restart production of its Karma extended-range electric sedan. Only this time around production is slated to take place at a plant in California instead of Finland.
French automaker Peugeot has unveiled a hot hatch rival to the likes of the Ford Motor Company [NYSE:F] Focus ST and Volkswagen GTI. It’s called the 308 GTI, and it produces upwards of 270 horsepower.
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