The Mercedes-Benz C-Class has just been redesigned, and now the first of the AMG-enhanced versions has been revealed. The car is the new C 43, which as expected has downsized from a 6- to a 4-cylinder engine. Despite the drop in cylinder count, power is up.
A redesigned Genesis G90 reaches showrooms later this year and its range-topping powertrain has also downsized, in this case from a V-8 in the outgoing generation to a V-6. Power output for the two engines is the same, though.
Hennessey has confirmed that a roofless version of the 1,817-hp Venom F5 hypercar is in the works. It’s set for debut in August and will probably be smashing records for open-top cars not long after that.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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