McLaren has used the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance to confirm it will release a new Ultimate Series roadster in 2020.
The new car will be an open cockpit, two-seat vehicle with dihedral doors, powered by a version of the 588kW/800Nm 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 used in the Senna.
Like other vehicles in the McLaren range, the Ultimate Series roadster will feature a carbon-fibre body. The company claims the new model will be its lightest car yet.
The Bugatti Centodieci has been unveiled at Monterey Car Week.
Crafted as a homage to the EB110 produced between 1991 and 1995 during Romano Artioli's ownership of the brand, the Centodieci is the latest in a series limited-run models based on the Chiron.
Crossovers continue to proliferate throughout the Kia line-up as the Korean company looks at adding another B-segment SUV, according to a report from Autocar.
Possibly wearing 'XRio' badges, it would be conceptually similar to the C-segment XCeed. The XCeed is based on the European-market Ceed, which itself shares underpinnings with the Cerato sold locally.
2020 Honda Civic hatch unveiled in the US - UPDATE
The updated 2020 Honda Civic hatchback has been unveiled in the US, though it's unclear whether these changes will be reflected in Australia.
UPDATE, 16/8/19: Honda Australia has issued a statement regarding the updated Civic hatchback for our market. See bottom of article for details.
Externally the updated Civic hatch is distinguished by a body colour crossbar for the fog light surround. A similar crossbar has been added to the fake vents on the rear bumper.
McLaren Special Operations (MSO) has had its way with the new McLaren GT, revealing a special one-off for the 2019 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.
The headlining exterior change to the MSO GT is the paint. It's a new colour called Defined Flux Silver, combined with Satin Graphite paint on the door skirts, front splitter, wing mirrors, rear bumper and diffuser.