Alfa Romeo is celebrating the new year by teasing the mystery model. Rumor has it this is the hypercar that Alfa Romeo boss Jean-Philippe Impalato hinted at last summer. The supercar, likely to be called the 6C, will be the swan song for the internal combustion engine as Alfa Romeo moves to an all-electric lineup in a decade.

China’s Zeekr 001 may have replaced the Lucid Air as the new EV range king. The performance hatch has been updated for 2023 to include a CATL-supplied 140-kilowatt-hour battery that is said to provide a range of more than 600 miles. Which is the range king? We won’t know until the car comes here, because the U.S. and China have different rating systems.

Ken Block, founder of DC Shoes and the Hoonigan Racing Team, died Monday at the age of 55. The cause of death was a snowmobile accident near Block’s ranch in The Woodlands, Utah.

You’ll find these stories and more in today’s Automotive News, at Motor Authority.

Mysterious Alfa Romeo coming in 2023

Zeekr 001 gets 140kWh battery, claims 621 miles of range

Rally and Gymkhana icon Ken Block dies at 55

Test Drive: 2022 Mazda CX-9 trails the competition

Porsche classic car auction site sees 75% sales in first year

Used Tesla prices are reportedly dropping fast

Williams Advanced Engineering changed its name to WAE

2023 Land Rover Discovery Review

Vaugh Gittin Jr. and Chelsea DeNofa have a drift fight

Every electric car with a V2G charger could earn $15,000 in 10 years

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