2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost, Nissan Z prototype, Toyota-backed flying taxi: Car News Headlines
The second generation of Rolls-Royce’s Ghost sedan has been unveiled. The look is clearly evolutionary, but there’s a new platform and powertrain among the many highlights of the vehicle.
Nissan is working on a redesign for its Z sports car, the long-awaited Z35 generation. A preview will come very soon in the form of a prototype.
A flying taxi startup formed by Toyota engineers has made a major milestone. The startup is called SkyDrive (previously Cartivator), and last week one of its prototypes conducted a manned flight for the first time.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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