Ferrari’s new 812 Competizione is a marvel in both styling and aerodynamics. There’s both a coupe and an open-top version, the latter featuring a targa-style roof with a removable panel made from carbon fiber.
Toyota’s Lexus brand has already announced plans to offer a twin-turbocharged V-8, and now patent drawings for just such an engine have surfaced. It’s possible the engine debuts in a new Lexus LC F model.
Jeep is expected to use a platform from new parent Stellantis to develop a crossover even smaller than the subcompact Renegade. According to a report, the baby Jeep will arrive in 2022 and eventually offer a battery-electric option.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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