Genesis surprised the automotive world with the reveal of a stunning convertible concept on the eve of this week's 2022 Los Angeles auto show. The car is an open-top version of the Genesis X electric coupe concept shown in 2021, and it looks like it's ready for production. Unfortunately, Genesis won't say if a vehicle like it will be in showrooms.
Lamborghini in April auctioned off the rights to its final Aventador coupe, and the car has now been delivered. It's a one-off example developed with DJ Steve Aoki and digital artist Krista Kim, and the winning bid for the car and an associated NFT was more than $1.6 million.
Waymo has selected Geely's Zeekr brand for the supply of a vehicle to be used in the Waymo One robotaxi service. A prototype for the vehicle has been spotted, though it's still fitted with manual controls.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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