That was quick. On the same day Ford announced that its Mustang-inspired electric SUV will be called a Mustang Mach-E, the first photos and details leaked via Ford's own website. Included in the leaked details is the all-important pricing information.
Alpina is out testing its biggest model yet. The semi-official BMW tuner has been spotted testing a hardcore version of the X7, which is rumored to be coming with 600 horsepower on tap.
The era of front-engine Corvettes is over. Chevrolet has announced it's built the final C7, a black Z06 whose build slot was sold for $2.7 million in a charity auction. From now on, Corvette buyers will have to get used to driving a mid-engine car.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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