As was widely expected, the specially prepared Bugatti Chiron that was driven to a top speed of over 300 mph last week is headed to production. Just 30 examples of the car, known as the Chiron Super Sport 300+, will be built, each priced from just below $4 million.
Ferrari's 812 Superfast has spawned a convertible body style the Italian firm is calling the 812 GTS. It's hard to imagine but the car is the first series production Ferrari convertible with a front-mounted V-12 since the Daytona Spider of the early 1970s.
Mercedes-Benz has finally announced a plug-in hybrid option for its popular GLC SUV. The vehicle is badged a GLC350e and packs a 13.5-kilowatt-hour battery. It lands in showrooms in the first half of 2020.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ revealed as world's fastest production car
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Mercedes-Benz GLC now available as plug-in hybrid
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