Lamborghini has unveiled the final version of the Aventador, the Aventador Ultimae. The stunning supercar is also the last Lamborghini to be powered purely by a V-12 engine, as the Aventador's successor due in 2023 is set to feature a V-12 in a plug-in hybrid configuration.
Lotus has revealed its new Emira sports car, the British automaker's last model to feature an internal-combustion engine of any sort. The Emira has two engine options to choose from; one is the same supercharged Toyota engine powering the outgoing Evora, and the other is a new unit sourced from Mercedes-Benz AMG.
BMW has revealed a new generation of its 2-Series coupe. It's due at dealerships in November, and yes there's an M2 variant being cooked up as well.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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