2019 Porsche 911 spy shots – Image via S. Baldauf/SB-Medien
We recently had a chance to talk to the head of Porsche in the United States about the next-generation 911. He dropped some new details on the car and confirmed that a manual transmission will continue to be offered as long as there’s demand for one.
BMW M looks to be readying a more hardcore M2. The car looks to borrow a number of goodies from the M4 CS, leading us to believe that it will also be badged as a CS. An even more hardcore CSL is also thought to be coming.
Classic Recreations has given us a first look at the 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 it’s building for this month’s SEMA show. The car will feature an 8.4-liter V-8 and a host of other mods to help it generate 815 horsepower.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
Porsche North America CEO on the next-generation 911
2020 BMW M2 CS spy shots
First of Classic Recreations’ Mustang Boss 429s will debut at SEMA with 815 horsepower
Volvo could add used cars to its Netflix-style subscription plan
PSA Group will decide in coming months what brand(s) to launch in US
Nothing comes close to Tesla: 2018 Q3 plug-in sales
Mercedes-Benz S560e’s plug-in hybrid system to filter across to C- and E-Class
Trump to lift seasonal ban on higher ethanol content in gasoline
Volvo will use Nvidia AI chip in next-gen SPA2 platform
Tesla again claims higher safety rating than NTHSA gives
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