The hybrid version of the new Lexus LC coupe, the LC 500h, will make its world debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. Over the weekend we got our first look at the car and learned that it will feature a next-generation hybrid setup called the Lexus Multi Stage Hybrid System.
Another car that's thought to be debuting in Geneva is a Porsche 911 R, new spy shots of which have surfaced. It’s a homage to the 911 R homologation special from 50 years ago and like the original will likely be built in limited numbers.
Mercedes-Benz has revealed the first member of its next-generation diesel family. The engine is lighter, more efficient and more powerful than the unit it replaces and may finally see Mercedes offer a diesel option in some of its compact cars in the United States.
You'll find all of these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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