British sports car marque Lister has unveiled its first new model since the Storm supercar of the 1990s. Lister based the car on the Jaguar F-Type, and the company is hoping to become in a sense an unofficial tuning company for the luxury automaker.
A test mule for Genesis’ first SUV has been spotted. The SUV was previewed by 2016’s GV80 concept car and will target the BMW X5 when it goes on sale next year.
The backstories of barn finds are always fun. Below you’ll find the link to a story about a 1950s-era Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider found in the Midwest.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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