BMW has revealed a battery-electric SUV called the iX. Previously referred to by its iNext code name, the iX will challenge the likes of the Tesla Model X and Cadillac Lyriq when it reaches showrooms in early 2022.
Even though Mercedes-AMG is testing prototypes for an updated version of its GT 4-Door Coupe, the Affalterbach tuner continues to fine tine the current model. In fact, AMG has just made its GT 4-Door Coupe faster around a racetrack without having to resort to adding more horsepower.
Rezvani is back with a new model, and this one is bigger than anything else the California coachbuilder has shown us in the past. It’s also more powerful thanks to what’s lurking under the hood—a tuned version of the supercharged V-8 normally found in a Dodge Challenger SRT Demon.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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