Ford’s redesigned Mustang is finally here. The seventh-generation ‘Stang starts sales next summer as a 2024 model, and while it has followed a familiar path there are still plenty of surprises. One of them is the new Dark Horse performance series containing track-focused variants.
A redesigned Subaru Crosstrek is also here. The popular compact crossover enters its third generation with refinements all around, though only the specifications for the Japanese market have been announced. U.S. specs will be announced closer to the market launch next year.
BMW unveiled a wild SUV concept last year called the Concept XM, and later this month we’ll see the production version. A new teaser video is out that suggests the styling of the production version will be just as overwrought as the concept.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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