Ford GT40 Replica, Pagani Huayra BC, Next-Gen Rolls-Royce Phantom: Today’s Car News

Pagani Huayra BC teased ahead of 2016 Geneva Motor ShowPagani Huayra BC teased ahead of 2016 Geneva Motor Show

Ford Motor Company [NYSE:F] is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its historic win in the 24 Hours of Le Mans with the GT40 MkII by entering the car’s spiritual successor, the GT, in this year’s race. You can celebrate in your own way by snapping up one of 20 50th anniversary GT40 replicas built under license by Superformance. The car is simply stunning.

Pagani’s latest Huayra variant is called the BC. It’s set for a debut at March’s 2016 Geneva Motor Show but an undisguised version has already been spotted. Its key feature is an oversized and somewhat odd-looking rear spoiler.

Rolls-Royce has confirmed that the tester we recently spotted is still only a test mule for the automaker’s new platform and not an early prototype for the next-generation Phantom, as was previously thought. The first vehicle based on the new platform will arrive in early 2018.

You’ll find all of these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.

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