- Formula E to restart, Monterey Historics and Goodwood events added to list of motorsports delayed due to coronavirus
- Bentley Mulliner Bacalar imagined in head-turning rainbow livery
- Jaguar-Land Rover will use recycled plastics to make floor mats
- Ford says Mexico virus-related production limits ‘not sustainable’
- AutoCanada Q2 earnings bit by pandemic, but recovery underway, exec chairman says
Porsche has revealed the base version of its Taycan electric sport sedan. Right now it’s only been announced for China, but if it ends up in the United States we could see the starting price of the Taycan potentially come in under $100,000 here.
McLaren’s finances have taken a sharp hit this year due to a crash in its revenues caused by the freeze on sales and the delayed start of the 2020 Formula One World Championship caused by the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. The automaker and race team has been looking to raise funds and just received a loan from Bahrain, its main shareholder.
Ford has announced a trio of accessory packs for the Ranger. The new packs add style, performance and off-road capability to the popular mid-size pickup truck.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
Base Porsche Taycan with rear-wheel drive revealed
McLaren gets $185M rescue loan from majority owner Bahrain
Ford launches trio of accessory packs for Ranger
Review update: The 2020 Lincoln Corsair Reserve flies under the radar
Mercedes to end subscription program in US
Arrival reveals an electric bus that fits right into its stylish EV ecosystem
2021 Cadillac XT6 slips below $50,000 with new Luxury grade
Ford announces 1-year return program for new buyers who lose their job
2021 Geneva International Motor Show canceled, show up for sale
Nikola is taking $5,000 pre-orders for electric pickup it hasn’t fully shown yet