Toyota announced it will show two SUVs at two completely different ends of the spectrum at the 2017 Frankfurt motor show. A new Land Cruiser and a C-HR hybrid concept will be displayed. The C-HR concept suggests that a hybrid version of Toyota’s little crossover SUV will be coming in the future, and the Japanese automaker confirmed the Land Cruiser will remain a body-on-frame vehicle.
New information indicates that recently appointed Audi Sport boss, Stephan Winkelmann, will move on to become the president of Bugatti. Prior to heading up Audi Sport, Winkelmann was in charge of Lamborghini, so you he knows a thing or two about high-performance cars.
Mazzanti announced it’s been testing a prototype of its 1,000-horsepower Evantra Millecavalli. The prototype has all of the mechanical pieces, but the full aerodynamic treatment will be tested at a later date. When completed, just 25 units will be built at an unspecified price.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority
New Toyota Land Cruiser, C-HR Hybrid concept to bow at Frankfurt motor show
Report: Audi Sport boss set to depart and become new head of Bugatti
Mazzanti has been testing an Evantra Millecavalli prototype
Nissan makes passengers invisible with new rearview mirror
US House putting self-driving cars on road to wider testing, availability
New study of self-driving cars puts Google at the back of the pack
McLaren could return to top level of LeMans, but wants budget capped at $ 20M
CA should use VW mitigation funds for cleaner diesel trucks to cut NOx: diesel lobbying group
Travis Pastrana thought NASCAR was boring, learned it’s intricate
Green car concepts, production models at Frankfurt auto show
Terradyne Gurkha is a wild armored SUV, and it’s for sale
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