A McLaren F1 was involved in a crash in New Zealand over the weekend. With just 106 of them ever made, including road and race versions, any crash involving the car is significant.
Ferrari’s [NYSE:RACE] Special Projects division has unveiled another masterpiece. The car is the SP275 RW Comeptizione; it takes inspiration from the legendary 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C.
You’ve probably never heard of Girfalco but you’ll be hearing about the company a lot more in the future. It's an electric car startup and its first model, the Azkarra, rivals the latest hypercars when it comes to acceleration.
You'll find all these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
McLaren F1 crash sees multimillion-dollar car land in ditch
Latest Ferrari Special Projects car is the F12-based SP275 RW
Girfalco Azkarra electric 3-wheeler does 0-60 in 2.5 s
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Mercedes-Benz unveils ultra-precise ‘high-def’ headlights
Carmakers howl about CAFE rules, but regularly beat them; why?
Apple hints at self-driving car development in letter to regulators
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LaFerrari #500 sells for record amount at Finali Mondiali
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