2018 Nissan GT-REnlarge Photo
Koenigsegg has finally done it. The Swedish supercar marque has dethroned Bugatti as the maker of the world's fastest production car.
Maserati is working on a more potent Levante SUV. The new model will sport a twin-turbocharged V-8 delivering well over 500 horsepower.
Nissan’s GT-R isn’t quite the performance bargain it once was. Nevertheless, the car has just become a little more attainable thanks to a substantial price cut.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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2018 Nissan GT-R given $10,000 price cut
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American collector snaps up Bugatti Vision GT concept
Workhorse CEO: $300 million in preorders for plug-in hybrid pickup trucks
Bob Lutz gives grim prediction for the future of the automobile
BMW recalls 1.4 million cars, SUVs over fire risk
Felipe Massa retires from F1, again
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