The 2025 Cadillac Celestiq is already testing on public roads in prototype form. The early test car looks nearly identical to the near-production concept shown in July, but there are new details such as a charging door and front sensors, including lidar. It appears to be massive, with an impressive presence.
The 2024 Jeep Jeepster has been spotted in prototype form testing on European public roads. Set to land in dealerships in 2024, the baby Jeep will be the automaker’s first battery electric vehicle, though the prototype is a gas-powered model.
There’s a new king of Mustangs and its name is Code Red. The Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Code Red was revealed with two turbos replacing the car’s supercharger, 1,300 hp, and a cost of $209,995, plus the donor car. Only 30 will be built.
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2025 Cadillac Celestiq flagship looks imposing on the road
2024 Jeep Jeepster spy shots: Baby Jeep coming with gas and electric options
Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Code Red is a 1,300-hp straight-line weapon for $209,995
Test drive: 2022 BMW i4 puts electric moves in 4-Series body
Porsche 911 turned into real-life Sally from “Cars” sold for $3.6M
Report: EV tax credit rules might accelerate Hyundai timeline for US-built EVs
Porsche Macan EV volume to match gas-powered model
2023 Kia Sportage review
Interview: Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis on the performance present and electric future
Tesla hikes price of Full Self-Driving to $15,000 on September 5, expands beta test