Porsche's newest 911, the 992 generation, has only just arrived but already the car's Targa body style is out testing with zero camouflage gear. This means the debut must be coming up fast. Just like its predecessor, the new Targa looks to feature the signature chunky rollover bar, along with a retractable soft-top roof and wraparound rear window.
Dodge's updates for the Charger for 2019 were relatively light, especially considering the car's Challenger stablemate received the 797-horsepower SRT Hellcat Redeye option for the same year. That might not be the case for future model years as a wide-body Dodge Charger has been spotted in the wild. The vehicle is expected for 2020.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has a new home for its vintage Italian makes. It's called the Heritage Hub, and it's located within the historic Mirafiori plant in Italy. This month FCA opened the doors to the public.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
2021 Porsche 911 Targa spy shots and video
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Peer inside FCA's new Alfa Romeo, Fiat and Lancia heritage museum
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