The current R35 Nissan GT-R is definitely long in the tooth, having been on sale since the 2009 model year. Nissan is working on a redesigned GT-R, the R36 generation, and the automaker's CEO has just confirmed a new platform for the car.
Rivian is the latest in a long line of electric-vehicle startups that have gone public. Rather than a SPAC deal, Rivian has used a more traditional initial public offering to go public, though Rivian's IPO is one of the biggest on record.
Lincoln has revived its Zephyr nameplate. It's being used by a mid-size sedan developed exclusively for the Chinese market. While the U.S. misses out on the new Zephyr, the car's handsome design language should influence future Lincolns headed our way.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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