The Aston Martin Vulcan was designed from scratch to be a track car, so making it legal for street use entails more than just slapping on a license plate and some indicators. A company in the United Kingdom has managed to do it, however.

Mini is offering a new level of personalization that’s not normally seen among mainstream brands. It’s all made economically feasible thanks to 3D printing and laser etching.

Tesla has revealed some pretty shocking (pun intended) performance numbers for its second-generation Roadster due at the end of the decade. However, what the company hasn’t revealed is how much power the car will have. A new video takes a crack at finding out.

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

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