Gunther Werks carbon-fiber Porsche 993 911 body
With Ford cutting its platform count to just five, it means the next-generation Ford Mustang will be based on a modular platform shared with multiple other models. The most likely platform will be a rear-wheel-drive design debuting in the next Ford Explorer.
Toyota and Uber will join forces in the area of self-driving cars to help catch up with rivals such as Waymo and GM Cruise. The plan will see self-driving Toyota Sienna minivans added to Uber’s ride-hailing fleet starting in 2021.
A Californian firm has unveiled a carbon fiber body shell of a 993-generation Porsche 911, and the attention to detail is impressive. The company will use them for a small run of restomod cars.
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