2024 Ford Mustang, BMW Neue Klasse, Ineos EV: Today’s Car News



A redesigned Ford Mustang is coming next year. We’ve already spotted prototypes and now Ford has provided a sound clip of the Mustang GT variant. Judging by the clip, it looks like the pony car will continue to offer a manual transmission and V-8 engine.

BMW Group is developing a new platform to underpin its next generation of electric vehicles. Known as the Neue Klasse, the platform will spawn its first vehicle in 2025, a BMW vehicle in the 3-Series segment. Construction of a plant for the vehicle is underway in Hungary.

Production of the Ineos Grenadier SUV gets underway in July at a plant in France, after which we’ll see Ineos launch a Grenadier pickup truck and an electric vehicle. The EV will be smaller than the Grenadier and feature a unique platform, yet remain an an off-roader with workhorse DNA, just like its big brother.

You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.

Listen to the sound of the 2024 Ford Mustang GT’s V-8 with a manual transmission

BMW starts construction of plant for first Neue Klasse EV

Ineos plans electric off-roader smaller than Grenadier

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2024 Hyundai Kona spy shots: Subcompact’s second generation spotted

Survey finds EV shoppers want wireless charging as an option

Argo AI’s self-driving car prototypes go fully driverless in 2 US cities

2022 Kia Forte review

Project Gecko: Wiesmann committed to V-8 sports car despite move into EVs

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