Toyota is bringing a hot hatch to the United States, and it will most likely be Corolla-based. What’s interesting is that Toyota is referring to the new model as being part of its GR performance sub-brand and not the more familiar TRD.
A Lotus Esprit formerly owned by Lotus founder Colin Chapman is currently for sale. It’s a 1981 model that features modifications specified by Chapman himself.
Elon Musk has announced plans to move Tesla’s headquarters out of California due to frustration over coronavirus lockdowns where the company’s vehicle plant is located. He took to Twitter over the weekend to make the announcements known.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
Toyota is bringing a hot hatch to the US
Colin Chapman’s Lotus Esprit is for sale
Musk announces plans to move Tesla HQ out of California over virus restrictions
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VW and partner Northvolt announce plans for second European battery plant
First Lexus electric car: Battery covered by 10-year, 600,000+ mile warranty
Karma unveils platform for affordable EVs
IIHS reports that new Jeep Wrangler SUV rolled over on its side during driver-side crash
1965 Pontiac Hurst GeeTO Tiger special edition up for auction
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