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- How the Yakima Fit Team gets rack settings and instructions for new cars
- Nissan pits electric Ariya’s ‘sports-car-level power’ against Tesla
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The 992-generation Porsche 911 GT3 hasn’t been revealed yet, but the sports car maker has already prepared a Touring Package. Known to some as “the discreet package,” the Touring Package deletes the GT3’s fixed rear wing for a more discrete spoiler from most of the 911 range. In the previous-generation GT3, this package also swapped in a 6-speed manual transmission instead of Porsche’s dual-clutch automatic.
We took a walk through history to find how Mercedes’ AMG started. Spoiler: It involved a race car called the “Red Pig.” It wasn’t until 1998, 31 years after AMG was founded, that Mercedes-Benz’s parent company, Daimler, acquired a majority stake of AMG.
Start-up automaker Rivian expects the coronavirus pandemic to delay the R1T’s production, but that hasn’t stopped the company from continuing development. Rivian provided a glimpse into that process with a video showing how prototypes of the R1T electric pickup truck are assembled for testing.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
2021 Porsche 911 GT3 Touring spy shots and video
Mercedes’ AMG got its start with the “Red Pig”
What how Rivian hand-builds R1T prototypes
The Car Connection’s Safest New Vehicles of 2020
Engineers laser-scanned every part of a Blower Bentley to manufacture new parts
GM uses social distancing to shut down Maven car-sharing unit
1992 Acura Integra GS-R: 100 Cars That Matter
Review update: 2020 Fiat 500X Sport misses the mark
Determination and one-car garage to the Formula 1 grid
Lordstown Motors plans to deliver Endurance electric trucks in January 2021