By Auto Express
It’s that time of the week again where we reflect on the big motoring stories from the past seven days. To make things nice and easy we’ve packaged them up into a 90 second video. This week the big stories are Ferrari’s reveal of the 488 Spider and news of the price and specs the Ford GT will get when it goes on sale next year. To find out more about all of these stories you can follow the links below to find out more about these top car news stories. Ferrari unveils 488 Spider - http://aex.ae/1D5Ql1T Ferrari has revealed the second member of the 488 family: the Spider. The open-top, V8 supercar becomes the most powerful drop-top ever to come out of Maranello – with 660bhp sending it from 0-62mph in just 3 seconds. Ford GT prices, specs and pics - http://aex.ae/1h74H83 The Ford GT supercar is set to debut in 2016 for £250,000. Unfortunately, it looks like less than 10 could be allocated to the UK of the 250 planned to be made each year. Ford Mustang buyers face year long wait - http://aex.ae/1OQ6jyq UK buyers of the hotly anticipated Mustang now face a year long wait to get their hands on the car. UK sales are predicted to hit 1,800 in a year though, which suggests Ford already has a number of buyers lined up this side of the Atlantic. The Honda Civic Type R takes on the Audi RS3 and BMW M3 - http://aex.ae/1LSuNHg The new Honda Civic Type R has already beaten a SEAT Leon Cupra and Renault Sport Megane Trophy round our test track in South Wales. And that got us thinking, how would it fare against practical performance cars like the Audi RS3 and the BMW M3? Mercedes C 63 Coupe first pictures - http://aex.ae/1Oy17yp This week Mercedes has revealed official pictures of it’s hotly anticipated the C 63 coupe, which we’ll see in the metal for the first time at the Frankfurt show. It’s set to cost from around £61,000 and hopes to have the same success as the BMW M4. The world’s worst designed car gets a makeover - http://aex.ae/1TX5GGb And finally, the world’s worst designed car, called the Tartan Prancer, has been recreated. It was first created for the film National Lampoons Vacation in 1983, which is being remade this year. To find out anymore about this week’s stories just click on the clips here. Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel by clicking the Auto Express logo to never miss an episode again.