Chevrolet’s new Camaro Convertible goes on sale in the coming months and today we learned how much the different versions will cost. There’s a good jump in prices over the previous, fifth-generation car but you have to remember that the new Camaro is a much, much better car.

Ford Motor Company’s [NYSE:F] Australian division is ending production of its unique Falcon model next year. To mark the car’s demise, Ford is launching special versions of the high-performance XR models that revive the Sprint name and come with force-fed six- and eight-cylinder engines.

From the man that designed supercars like the Lykan Hypersport and new Lykan Supersport comes a stunning track car under his own brand: Jannarelly. The good news is that you don’t have to be a multimillionaire to own this beast as it will cost you just $55,000.

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

2016 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible Priced From $33,695

Ford Oz To Send Off Falcon With XR Sprint Performance Special

Lykan Hypersport Designer Starts Own Car Company

Apple CarPlay Is Apparently A Big Selling Point For GM Shoppers

BMW And Nissan Working On Nationwide EV Fast-Charging Network

Volkswagen Hires Kenneth Feinberg To Set Payments For U.S. Diesel Owners

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2016 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Review

2016 Detroit Auto Show Preview

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