Aston Martin showed off its forthcoming AM-RB 003 hypercar, which the firm's CEO has previously said will challenge the Ferrari LaFerrari and McLaren P1 in performance. Incredibly, it will do so with a V-6 engine, which Aston Martin is developing in-house.

Audi is working on a new Q4 compact crossover SUV but concurrent with development of the internal-combustion version will be a battery-electric Q4 e-tron based on the Volkswagen Group's new MEB platform for EVs. A concept of the Q4 e-tron shows the design we can expect.

Pininfarina unveiled an electric hypercar with performance that puts even a Bugatti Chiron to shame. The car is called the Battista, which was the first name of Pininfarina's founder, and it's packing an insane 1,877 horsepower thanks to a quartet of electric motors.

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

Aston Martin AM-RB 003 hypercar debuts with V-6 power, shape-shifting panels

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Move over Ferrari, 1,877-hp Pininfarina Battista promises to be most-powerful Italian car yet

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