Mercedes-Benz is about to expand its compact car family with a new A-Class sedan. A prototype has just been spotted and reveals designers will be adhering closely to the sleek lines of the A Sedan concept unveiled earlier this year.

Italian marque Automobili Turismo e Sport has launched a successor to its 2500 GT sports car built in the 1960s. The modern version, referred to simply as the GT, is a proper supercar with a mid-mounted V-8 and 650 horsepower on tap.

A Porsche executive has made comments that hint strongly at the German marque returning to Formula 1 as a power unit supplier. If the green light is given, we wouldn’t expect to see a Porsche-powered F1 car before the 2021 season.

You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.

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