There's a redesigned Nissan Frontier just around the corner but the current model is still very good, especially if you buy your trucks on value more than anything else. And the current Frontier has been made even better for 2020 with a more powerful, more efficient V-6.
Karma has developed a modular platform capable of spawning both battery-electric and extended-range EVs. To demonstrate the flexibility of the platform, Karma unveiled a self-driving van based on the platform and said a supercar is coming soon.
A team in Ohio plans to build a replica of the $3.4 million Lykan Hypersport out of an old Porsche Boxster. It's using a 2007 Boxster S as the donor vehicle and a Lykan Hyperport fiberglass body shell originally developed for the “Fast and the Furious” live action show.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
First drive review: 2020 Nissan Frontier has all the heart
Karma unveils self-driving electric van based on E-Flex platform
Genius Garage to turn a Porsche Boxster into a Lykan Hypersport
Updated 2022 Chevrolet Traverse, Equinox crossovers delayed until 2021
Empty roads set stage for new Cannonball Run cross-country record of 26 hours, 38 minutes
Megawatt-scale fuel cell agreement could bring large hydrogen-powered ships
Caterham returns with 1970s-inspired Super Seven 1600
2020 Mazda CX-9 earns Top Safety Pick+ award
Armored 2020 Lincoln Navigator is a leather-lined, luxury bunker on wheels
Electrify America offering discounted pricing for Kia Niro EV drivers