The Lexus RX has been redesigned for the 2023 model year and we’ve just driven the new crossover. The popular family hauler’s looks have matured and there’s now a lot more choice when it comes to powertrains.
Mercedes-Benz AMG is out testing a redesigned version of its GT sports car. The new GT will be a close cousin to the redesigned SL-Class launched for 2022, and as a result there won’t be a convertible this time around.
After putting plans for the B1 SUV and B2 pickup truck on ice back in January, U.S. electric vehicle startup Bollinger is ready to thaw things. The move was made possible thanks to a cash infusion following the sale of a 60% stake in the company to fellow EV startup Mullen.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
2023 Lexus RX cuts the luxury crossover in quarters
2024 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT spy shots and video: Redesigned sports car hits the ‘Ring
Mullen acquires Bollinger, will resurrect B1 and B2 off-roaders
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Porsche, Red Bull F1 talks end without deal
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New roof tent turns most Porsches into sporty campers, even the 911
2023 Mitsubishi Mirage drops manual, raises price to $17,290
2022 F1 Italian Grand Prix preview: Monza turns 100
Commercial EV startup Harbinger claims it can erase the up-front cost premium vs. gas or diesel