Porsche used this week's Munich auto show to present its vision of GT racing in a world of zero emissions. That vision came in the form of a striking concept that may also hint at the design of a future electric 718 Cayman.
BMW used its home show to present a concept built almost entirely of recycled parts, and is also claimed to be 100% recyclable. Interestingly, the new concept shows how automakers can both save money and help the environment.
Promising Formula One driver George Russell is set to join Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes-Benz AMG in 2022. He will replace current Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas who has signed up with a new team.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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