Chevrolet’s sixth-generation Camaro has just received the track-focused 1LE package. This time around, buyers can add the package to V-6-equipped cars as well as the V-8 model. It will be available late in 2016.
Another car due in 2016 is Alfa Romeo’s Giulia. A spokesman from the brand’s parent company Fiat Chrysler Automobiles said a recent report about poor crash test results for the Giulia are false. He also reaffirmed that production of U.S.-spec Giulias start late in the second quarter.
Dutch sports car brand Spyker is headed to next month’s 2016 Geneva Motor Show with a new model dubbed the C8 Preliator. We don’t have any solid details apart from a single teaser shot, though we’ve heard rumors that the car might feature an electrified powertrain.
You’ll find all of these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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