Hyundai currently sells a Toyota Prius rival called the Ioniq, but the Korean automaker in the future will use the Ioniq name for a family of electric cars. The first of these is the Ioniq 5 compact crossover SUV, prototypes for which have already been spotted. Another is a sexy sedan based on Hyundai’s gorgeous Prophecy concept.
Porsche customer racing team Manthey-Racing has developed some upgrades for the previous-generation 911’s GT3 RS variant. The upgrades were developed using lessons learned from the company’s 911 GT2 RS, which is still the fastest street-legal car around the ‘Ring.
Lotus is getting into the certification and provenance game for its classic cars. The first to undergo the program is a 1981 Lotus Turbo Esprit originally owned by company founder Colin Chapman. The car was also once driven by former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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