Lamborghini is working on a successor to the Aventador, a car that will stick to V-12 power, albeit with electrification thrown into the mix. Ahead of the new car’s arrival, Lamborghini has announced it built the final Aventador, a car that will go down in history as the last Lamborghini powered purely by a V-12.
Semi-official BMW tuner Alpina has built its last B7 super sedan. It’s not just the last B7 for this generation of the BMW 7-Series, but the last for the nameplate.
Nissan is working on a GT4-spec race car based on the latest Z. The car debuts tomorrow and some of its upgrades may hint at what’s to come for a Z Nismo road car.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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