Mid-engine BMW, McLaren's next carbon-fiber tub, “The Batman” Batmobile: Today's Car News

Rumors of BMW launching a mid-engine supercar have been circulating for years, and now it looks like the automaker is finally working on one. Engineers have been spotted testing a mid-engine platform that may just end up in a production version of 2019’s BMW Vision M Next concept.

McLaren has revealed the new carbon-fiber monocoque structure that replaces the current MonoCell structure that debuted a decade ago in the 12C supercar. The new structure debuts in a hybrid supercar due in 2021.

The first trailer is out for the new Batman movie starring Robert Pattinson, and it provides a look at the Batmobile the “Twilight” star will use to fight crime. Production of the movie was interrupted by the coronavirus but a release date in October 2021 has been confirmed.

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

BMW spied testing mid-engine platform

McLaren unveils next-gen carbon-fiber tub

“The Batman” trailer teases new Batmobile

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