Ford has a tweaked Mustang Shelby GT350 for 2019, and we've just driven it. The improvements made to the car aim to reduce its lap times, primarily through extra grip generated by the tires and aerodynamics.

Hyundai is developing an electric sports car that will leverage technology from Rimac. The new car is due by 2020 and will be marketed through the Hyundai N performance sub-brand.

Ferrari will unveil a hybrid supercar at the end of this month, and in an email sent out to loyal customers Ferrari confirmed the new car will be more powerful than the LaFerrari, which has 950 horsepower on tap. The new supercar is one of five models Ferrari is launching in 2019. Another is the F8 Tributo we saw in March.

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

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