The Ford Motor Company [NYSE:F] Mustang-based Rocket developed by Galpin Auto Sports and Henrik Fisker will now be manufactured and sold by VLF. VLF is the car company run by Fisker in partnership with Bob Lutz and Gilbert Villarreal and has three other products in addition to the Rocket.
British sports car startup Avatar has unveiled the production version of its new model called the Roadster. The car is being offered with two powertrain choices, one of which is the 350-horsepower engine from the Ford Focus RS.
Toyota at the recent 2017 Detroit auto show unveiled its new Camry. The redesigned model has already spawned its racing version designed for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
Mustang-based Rocket super muscle car added to VLF lineup
Avatar Roadster debuts in production trim
2018 Toyota Camry gets prepped for NASCAR duty
Nissan's multi-prong crossover approach may pay off
Mercedes overtakes BMW in sales race in US and abroad
Honda hybrid minivan, SUV, or pickup coming; dedicated hybrid in 2018 too
Ford GT gauge cluster changes to fit the driving mode
Takata airbag recall list balloons again: 816,000 Ford, Lincoln, Mercury vehicles added
Bentley says all models will offer plug-in hybrid option in coming years
Advocacy group says diesel cars coming back; it meant trucks