Ford’s modern Bronco received the Raptor treatment for 2022, and we’ve just spent some time behind the wheel. The wild off-roader is coming to dealerships this summer packing 418 hp and a base price of $69,995, including destination.
Volkswagen’s ID.Buzz, the spiritual successor to the iconic Microbus, is now in production and a video takes us through the electric van’s plant in Hanover, Germany. The ID.Buzz starts deliveries in Europe this fall but won’t reach the U.S. until sometime next year.
Cadillac is finally working on a true flagship sedan. It’s called the Celestiq, and a near-production concept will be presented in July. The Celestiq has been described as a big and bold electric fastback, and it’s confirmed to ride on General Motors’ Ultium platform.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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