BMW M has launched its first standalone vehicle since the M1 supercar four decades ago. This time it’s a plug-in hybrid SUV that launches with a maximum 644 hp and will eventually offer more than 735 hp in a special Red Label version.
Swedish electric performance brand Polestar’s first SUV will be a mid-sizer twinned with Volvo’s upcoming EX90, the successor to the XC90. The Polestar will go by the name Polestar 3, and offer up to 510 hp.
Ford’s F-Series Super Duty has been redesigned for 2023. The new truck rides on an updated version of the outgoing model’s ladder-frame chassis, but offers new engines, improved hauling and towing, and a full suite of connected features for businesses.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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