Porsche teamed up with the Porsche Club of America to dream up a one-off creation based on the 996-generation 911. The result is an impressive ride blending elements of the basic Carrera, track-focused GT3, and even the limited-edition Sport Classic.
Mercedes-Benz is ready to launch a Level 3 self-driving system in its home market of Germany and is currently looking to gain approval for use of the system on U.S. roads. This is a true self-driving system capable of operating in unsupervised mode, and we were able to sample it recently in Los Angeles.
A future vehicle we recently spied is the redesigned 2024 Land Rover Range Rover Sport. The styling is evolutionary but there’s a new platform and the choice of electrified powertrains. A high-performance SVR variant is also planned.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
Porsche builds one-off 996-generation 911 for Porsche Club of America
Mercedes-Benz tests automated valet parking and Drive Pilot hands-free driving in US
2024 Land Rover Range Rover Sport spy shots: Redesigned SUV sheds camo
Volkswagen recalls 220,000 Atlas and Atlas Cross Sport SUVs for airbag issue
2025 Alpine GT X-Over spy shots: Electric crossover starts testing
First drive review: 2023 Subaru Solterra sheds Toyota’s skin off-road
Honda opens $124M wind tunnel facility in Ohio
2021 Chevrolet Corvette review
2023 Ford Escape spy shots and video: Major facelift on the way
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