Singer Vehicle Design’s latest project car is a Porsche 930-inspired creation called the Turbo Study. The California company has now revealed a version of the Turbo Study with an added sports focus, and yes that means more power.
Nio, often billed as China’s Tesla, is rapidly expanding its lineup. The company has just unveiled its fifth vehicle in five years, a mid-size crossover that could potentially be a new range king.
Ferrari has announced a strategy for the coming decade. Included in the strategy are plans to launch 15 cars between 2023 and 2026, including an electric vehicle in 2025. By the end of the decade, Ferrari expects EVs will account for 40% of its sales.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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