The 2023 model year marks the end of the road for Jaguar’s F-Type. However, it’s also the end of the road for Jaguar sports cars powered by internal-combustion engines, as the automaker from 2025 will only launch electric vehicles. To mark the milestone, Jaguar has unveiled the special F-Type 75.
BMW’s style-focused X2 compact crossover is about to come in for a redesign. A prototype has just been spotted and reveals a design very similar to the redesigned 2023 X1, a vehicle whose underpinnings the new X2 will share.
General Motors has established the new division GM Energy to cater to the growing demand for energy-related products and services. One of those services will make it possible to sell energy from your EV back to the grid.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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