Mercedes-AMG has finally revealed the open-top version of its GT R track machine. The car matches the GT R coupe's 577 horsepower and will rocket to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds, and if you keep your foot to the floor it will eventually top out at 197 mph.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has released a few new details on the Model Y, including pricing. The small SUV is due for a reveal this month but production isn't due to start until 2020.
A son of former Volkswagen Group patriarch Ferdinand Piech has started his own car company using the family name. The first model due is a stunning sports car blending styling cues from some classic models but a powertrain more advanced than anything on the market.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
Mercedes-AMG GT R Roadster ready to rock your world
Tesla Model Y will be revealed March 14, priced 10 percent higher than Model 3
Piech family member starts car brand, plans electric sports car with 5-minute charging
Big power, big choices: Tips for buying a new heavy-duty truck
Ford ends North American production of Taurus
Formula E signs on to complete battery recycling
Mercedes gears up for Formula E with Silver Arrow 01 race car concept
Utah lawmakers consider "cash for clunkers" bill that could offer up to $5,500 for jalopies
Mercedes-AMG S65 Final Edition waves goodbye to twin-turbo V-12
226-mile 2019 Nissan Leaf Plus costs $37,445 to start