Toyota revealed an SUV carrying its ultra-exclusive Century nameplate. For the uninitiated, the original Century is Toyota’s flagship sedan used primarily by dignitaries. Hallmarks include a powerful engine, acres of room, and the ultimate in Toyota quality, and those same traits have been carried over to the SUV.
Dodge revealed its 2024 Durango, and included in the range is the SRT Hellcat powered by the familiar supercharged 6.2-liter V-8. The 710-hp engine bows out of production later this year, which means the 2024 model year is almost certain to be the last for the Durango’s SRT Hellcat variant.
Polestar revealed a supercar concept that looks like a sports prototype race car from the future. It was designed based on the three winning designs of Polestar’s annual design contest, and sadly it isn’t a preview of any future production model.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
Toyota Century nameplate spawns ultra-luxury SUV
710-hp Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat returns for one more year
Polestar Synergy concept blends winning ideas of design contest
Kia Rio, Optima recalled so people can get out of the trunk
Mini ditches the manual transmission
Review: 2024 Polestar 2 EV is a late bloomer worth another look
2025 Kia EV4 electric compact crossover spied
Review: 2023 Mitsubishi Outlander
WAE reveals modular platform for hydrogen-electric supercars
2024 VW ID.4 EV gets more power, likely boost to range