2024 Polestar 3, Sony Honda Mobility, Alpine Alpenglow concept: Today’s Car News



The Polestar 3 has finally landed, bringing with it clean Swedish design, seating for five, and up to 517 hp. The vehicle is Polestar’s first SUV, and it will also be Polestar’s first vehicle built in the U.S., with production to start in mid-2024 at Volvo’s plant in Charleston, South Carolina.

Sony has shown off a couple of concept cars in recent years, and now it has announced the formation of a joint venture with Honda to build and sell EVs. The first EV from the joint venture will start deliveries in 2026 and will be built at a plant in North America.

French performance marque Alpine has unveiled a dramatic hypercar concept called the Alpenglow. While it isn’t bound for production, the Alpenglow previews design elements bound for future Alpine road cars, as well as the brand’s upcoming LMDh racer.

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

Polestar 3 electric SUV boasts 517 hp and 300 miles of range

Sony-Honda joint venture to launch EVs starting in 2026

Alpenglow hydrogen hypercar concept previews new Alpine look

2023 Genesis G70 review

Lucid Air gets new interface with UX 2.0

Toyota Crown Prime PHEV: Might range, performance top RAV4 Prime?

2024 Mercedes-Benz AMG GLE 53 mid-cycle update spied

What’s New for 2023: Lexus

2024 BMW X2 spy shots: Redesigned city cruiser spotted

Tesla Model Y takes top sales spot in Germany


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