A new generation of the Ford Mustang goes on sale this summer, but the rights to the first example, the car with a VIN ending in 001, will go under the hammer next week to help raise funds for charity. The car hasn’t been built but is confirmed to be a Mustang GT.
Ford has been spotted testing its first model based on Volkswagen Group’s MEB platform designed for mainstream electric vehicles. The first model is a compact crossover that likely shares much in common with the MEB-based Volkswagen ID.4, and the covers will come off shortly.
Maserati revealed a redesigned GranTurismo last fall, but the automaker has only now shown the car’s interior. There are a total of three digital screens on the dash, or four if you include the clock that looks like an analog timepiece but can change to show different information, including a compass.
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