Germany's ByKolles is the latest to reveal a Le Mans Hypercar race car designed for the Hypercar class of the FIA World Endurance Championship. Interestingly, the car carries the branding of historic British racing team Vanwall, though it isn't entirely certain whether the car will actually race under that name.

Koenigsegg has revealed its first working prototype for the Gemera. In case you've forgotten, the Gemera is a hybrid hypercar powered by a turbocharged inline-3 and three electric motors. The combined output is a staggering 1,700 hp.

A prototype for the redesigned Mini Hardtop has been spotted. The fourth-generation Hardtop will be offered with the choice of electric or internal-combustion power, but all further Hardtops will be electric only.

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

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