Aston Martin has somehow managed to make its Vulcan hypercar even more extreme. The 820-horsepower track special is now available with a high-downforce package developed by the new AMR sub-brand.
BMW is reportedly planning an electric version of its next-generation 3-Series. An announcement could be made as early as this September.
Another electric car in the headlines is the Fisker EMotion. The 400-mile electric sport sedan was spotted in the metal for the first time. It’s not due to enter production until 2019, however.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
Aston Martin Vulcan gets the AMR Pro treatment
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