McLaren’s new GT supercar, as the name suggests, is the British marque’s model designed for grand touring. It still features a mid-engine layout, like all models in McLaren’s lineup, but thanks to clever packaging it has a total 20.1 cubic feet of storage. Find out what it’s like to drive in our first drive review.
Audi has provided the first details on its upcoming E-Tron GT, a battery-electric sedan based on the same underpinnings as the Porsche Taycan. The vehicle features unique tuning to give it a different feel to the Taycan, and we’re told the only exterior part common to the two vehicles is the front windshield.
Subaru’s redesigned BRZ is coming much sooner than previously thought. Subaru has confirmed the reveal for later this month, and has dropped some revealing teasers to help build excitement.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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