The Italian supercar maker has officially introduced the Lamborghini Revuelto, the ideological successor of the much-acclaimed Aventador. The car has 1,015 PS (1,001 hp / 747 kW) at its disposal, but the pricing remains unknown at this point.
Stellantis held a private meeting for North American dealerships where the corporation shared its plans regarding its constituent car brands. A person allegedly present at the event leaked the info on Reddit. The post and the user’s account are now deleted, but the thread remains online.
Ferrari has introduced a soft-top variant of its Roma coupe, which is essentially destined to phase out the retiring Portofino M. The manufacturer offers a couple of color options for the top – dark red and black.
Kia has begun to lift the wrap over its EV9 electric SUV slated to become the mass-market-oriented manufacturer’s first three-row car running on battery power. Sales in Europe remain penciled in for late 2023.
Tesla has facelifted its Model S and Model X flagships slightly, upgrading hardware across various systems, adding a new color option and tweaking the chasses mildly. There is also a new glass roof that can actually improve steering.
Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) is busy designing the ultimate Land Rover Defender version capable of rivaling the Mercedes-AMG G 63, as these spy shots of a partly cladded SUV posted on Motor1 seem to suggest.
The batteries of the updated Tesla Model S have proven resistant to cold and capable of supplying power for enough range in extreme conditions, a team of reporters over at Motor.no concluded after testing 29 different EVs on that country’s roads.
Following the premiere of the rather compact CX-60, Mazda has revealed its new flagship – the CX-90, a three-row big SUV designed specifically for the USA with the Japanese marque’s most powerful engine on record.