Electric car startup Faraday Future reached a major milestone recently with the construction of its first body-in-white for the FF91. With the milestone passed, the company is now confident of getting the FF91 delivered to customers by the end of 2018.
Pagani has built the final example of the Huayra coupe, unless it decides later to build a few more “final” examples like it did with the Zonda. The owner of the final car chose a color combination inspired by Lewis Hamilton's Formula 1 car, which just like the Pagani is powered by a Mercedes-AMG engine.
Porsche looks to be cooking up a convertible version of its 911 GT3. We know the automaker is using the GT3 platform for the limited edition 911 Speedster set to debut later this year as part of Porsche's 70th anniversary celebrations, but it's possible there will also be a convertible GT3 in regular production for buyers that miss out on the speedster.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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