Ford has shocked the automotive world with the reveal overnight of a showroom-bound Mustang derived from the Mustang GT3 race car developed for IMSA and FIA competition. The new track-focused Mustang arrives for 2025 and promises an output of more than 800 hp, along with carbon-fiber body panels and a rear transaxle.
Acura has released a teaser video depicting a concept for an electric supercar. While the concept doesn't necessarily preview a future NSX, Acura has made hints that its third-generation NSX will be powered by batteries and electric motors.
Pininfarina has revealed an open-top version of its Battista electric hypercar. It's limited to just 10 examples and matches the Battista's peak 1,874 hp. It also costs almost $5 million.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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