Land Rover may have cancelled plans for its two-door Range Rover, but Dutch designer Niels van Roij has revealed his own design and with a little help from a coachbuilder is putting the vehicle into production. Just 100 will be built, each starting at a little over $300,000.
Zenvo, the other Scandinavian hypercar marque, has unveiled an updated version of its 1,177-horsepower TSR-S. The car is now even lighter thanks to forged carbon construction.
Dodge rolled out the Hornet concept car in 2006 as a preview for a potential compact car. The automaker recently registered new trademarks for the name, perhaps hinting that the Hornet could finally be coming.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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Zenvo introduces forged carbon to TSR-S hypercar
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