Tesla has announced a new range-topping powertrain for its Model S called Plaid. It won't be ready for a year, but when it arrives it could be the fastest four-door on the planet. A prototype has already clocked a record lap at Laguna Seca and additional prototypes are being tested at the Nürburgring.
Lego has come out with a new kit for Land Rover Defender fans on a budget. The kit is for the three-door Defender 90 and has a total 2,573 pieces. It goes on sale in October.
A new 911 Turbo is coming and could pack a bigger punch than the outgoing 911 Turbo S. The latest prototypes are wearing almost zero camouflage gear which means the debut can't be far.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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