The Hyundai N performance division has an onslaught of new vehicles on the way. Some are already here like the 2021 Sonata N Line, a front-wheel-drive sport sedan that in addition to delivering meaningful performance, is actually quite fun.
Acura’s soon-to-be-discontinued RLX is sold in some markets as a Honda Legend. A new Legend is coming early next year, and Honda has confirmed it will have a Level 3 self-driving system from launch.
Lamborghini is just days away from unveiling a new track-focused Huracan. Rumors point to a homologation-style special derived from the Huracan Super Trofeo race car, with reduced weight to take priority over more horsepower.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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