Saleen in recent years has been linked with a new automotive project in China, but the company is still churning out tuned Mustangs. One of them is the Saleen S302 which we’ve just tested. In white, the car has a 1980s vibe, but the performance is purely modern.
British sports car startup Apex has revealed an electric track car called the AP-0. The 650-horsepower beast goes on sale in 2022 with a starting price of $184,850.
Lotus will add a supercar in the coming year before switching to a new platform capable of supporting battery-electric cars. The car will be a spiritual successor to the Esprit, but there’s no indication it will carry the iconic nameplate.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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