Lexus continues to fine tune its LC to keep the luxurious grand tourer looking and feeling fresh. A fresh round of updates are being introduced for 2021 though sadly there's still no word on a high-performance LC F variant.

EV startup Lordstown Motors plans to launch a pickup truck later this year complete with in-wheel motors. A new video is out showing the motors in action.

Tesla has just launched a new Cheetah Stance mode for the Model S and Model X P100D variants equipped with Ludicrous+ mode. With the latest feature, the range-topping Model S will hit 60 mph in 2.41 seconds and pass the quarter-mile in 10.5 seconds at 128 mph.

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

2021 Lexus LC preview: Less weight, a convertible, but still no LC F

Lordstown Motors shows Endurance electric pickup's in-wheel motors in action

Tesla improves Model S, Model X acceleration with Cheetah Stance mode

Review update: 2020 Audi Q3 Premium Plus is punk-rock practical

McLaren looks to synthetic fuels as potential savior for internal-combustion engines

Lordstown reports orders for Endurance electric work truck, teases hill-start traction

Mick Schumacher gets his own online store

Ford Bronco, Genesis GV80 lead the coolest crossover SUVs for 2021

1977 Chevrolet Corvette IMSA "SuperVette" race car for sale

Here’s the heat pump that will likely boost Tesla Model Y range on long drives