2023 Dodge Hornet, F1 engine rules, Singer Turbo Study convertible

Dodge unveiled the 2023 Hornet small crossover as part of its Speed ​​Week festivities. Based on the Alfa Romeo Tonale, the Hornet will feature a 268hp turbo-4 in the GT model and a 288hp plug-in hybrid powertrain in the R/T PHEV. Dodge adds some styling cues from its muscle cars and tunes the suspension to make it sportier than the typical family hauler.

Formula 1 has just changed its engine rules for 2026. The cars will still use a 1.6-litre turbocharged V6 and a hybrid system, but hybrid power will be increased from 160 to 469 hp. Cars will also use synthetic fuel and less. The new rules pave the way for Porsche and Audi to enter motorsport.

During Monterey Car Week, Singer introduced a convertible version of its Turbo Study. The topless reinterpretation of the 964-generation Porsche 911 features 930-inspired carbon fiber body panels and is offered with an air-cooled 3.8-litre twin-turbo flat-6 good for 450hp or 510hp

You’ll find these stories and more in today’s automotive news, right here on Driving authority.

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