Lamborghini’s Aventador is about to undergo its mid-cycle update, as evidenced by our latest spy shots. The updated car looks to be adopting a more aggressive look, including a new three-pipe exhaust design.
Another upcoming car that’s been spied is a new Chevrolet Corvette range-topper likely to revive the ZR1 badge. The version spied is the convertible. This is expected to be the last development for the C7 Corvette before a switch to a mid-engine layout for the C8.
Henrik Fisker is starting a new car brand using the Fisker name. This time around he’s focused on battery-powered electric cars, making the new Fisker a direct rival to Tesla [NSDQ:TSLA]. It’s early days but the new company is already boasting class-leading range.
You'll find all these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
2018 Lamborghini Aventador spy shots
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