Germany's Wiesmann is almost ready to show us a new sports car based on a newly developed platform and featuring a BMW M V-8. The reveal isn't scheduled to happen until 2020 but Wiesmann said to expect a design resembling a modern interpretation of the previous MF5.

Volocopter's autonomous flying taxi service took a major step toward becoming a reality with a successful public trial in Germany. The trial took place at Daimler's headquarters. In case you didn't know, the German auto giant was an early investor in Volocopter.

Volkswagen's Tesla Model Y fighter, the ID 4, has been spotted. The small electric SUV is due in 2020 and fortunately we'll get to see it here in the United States.

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

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