Alfa Romeo is close to launching the first of two new crossovers in the works. The first is a compact offering based on the Tonale concept unveiled in 2019, and we've just spied a prototype.
The Czech Republic's Praga now has a U.S. dealership for sale and service of its R1 race car. The company also developed a road-going version of the R1 a few years back, but only 68 examples were built so we don't expect this model to be available locally.
British coachbuilder Radford has been revived, and its first modern project is a retro sports car inspired by the Lotus Type 62. The sports car is also based on a modern Lotus, specifically the Evora.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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