Acura’s Precision concept turned out to be one of the surprise stars of this week’s 2016 Detroit Auto Show. We sat down with the concept’s chief designer Michelle Christensen to find out how exactly it relates to Acura’s upcoming products.
With the M3 and M4 easily outmatched by the competition, at least in terms of power, BMW has decided to close the gap by offering a new Competition Package that not only boosts power but also tweaks the chassis.
Ford Motor Company [NYSE:F] had a new version of its GT supercar on show in Detroit and this one is much closer to the production version due out later this year than any of the cars we’ve seen yet. This one had a number of modifications added to make it ready for the street.
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