Lincoln’s Corsair has been with us since the 2020 model year, and for 2023 the compact crossover sees its first major update. Among the tweaks is the addition of Lincoln’s Activeglide semi-autonomous driving system for highways, which now includes automatic lane changes.
Volkswagen built an ID.4 electric crossover designed for off-roading. The one-off vehicle is a concept built to mark this year’s inaugural ID.Treffen meet for EV fans in Locarno, Switzerland.
Also in Switzerland is EV startup Piech, which made some major changes to its leadership team. One of the company’s newest appointments is Tobias Moers, a former CEO at Aston Martin and Mercedes-Benz AMG.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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