Rolls-Royce has revealed the second in its series of Droptail coachbuilt specials. Just four are planned, each of them thought to cost more than $25 million, and the latest features a design inspired by amethyst crystals.

Ferrari looks to be in the early stages of development of its replacement for the SF90 supercar. A test mule sporting a modified SF90 body has been spotted and points to chassis, powertrain, and styling upgrades pegged for the new car.

Polestar will fit its vehicles with automated driver-assist technology sourced from Intel-owned Mobileye. The first recipient will be the Polestar 4 compact crossover, and one of the planned features is an eyes-off system for highways called the Chauffeur.

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

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