Porsche’s Modern 356, Toyota’s New Boss: Car News Headlines

75 years ago, Porsche registered its first sports car, an overbearing 356 known as the No. 1. To mark the anniversary, Porsche envisioned what the 356 might look like if it were designed today. The resulting design was transformed into the Vision 357 concept.

A changing of the guard has taken place at Toyota. Akio Toyoda is stepping down as CEO but staying on as the automaker’s new chairman. And filling in Toyoda’s former role will be the current head of Lexus.

Yukon, Oklahoma-based company Finale Speed ​​has unveiled a customized 1969 Chevrolet Camaro that took 3,000 hours to build. Much of this time was devoted to the car’s bodywork, which is constructed entirely from autoclave-cured prepreg carbon fiber that is claimed to meet OEM quality standards.

You’ll find these stories and more in today’s auto news right here at Motor Authority.

The Porsche Vision 357 concept envisions a modern 356

Akio Toyoda steps down as Toyota boss and hands over the reins to Lexus boss

Finale Speed ​​reveals 1969 carbon-bodied Camaro, LT4 V-8

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