Lamborghini took the covers off the Aventador SVJ overnight, and the performance being touted is even better than had been expected. Sadly, Lamborghini will build just 900 examples for worldwide sale and 63 of these will be a special model celebrating the founding of the firm in 1963.
Infiniti revealed a concept that previews the design and technology of its models arriving from 2021 on. The concept is in the form of a radical speedster and is the first design conceived entirely by Karim Habib, a former BMW designer who took over the design reins at Infiniti last year.
Audi also revealed a radical concept, in this case a low-slung shooting brake about the size of the R8. There's no V-10 lurking within, though. Instead, the concept packs an electric powertrain drawing its energy from a solid-state battery.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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