We’ve spotted the successor to the Lamborghini Aventador testing on public roads. With hybrid technology and a new V-12 engine, the redesigned supercar will move Lamborghini into the next era.
We’ve also spotted an electric Porsche Macan that’s set for launch in 2023. The electric Macan is a true next-generation design, but it won’t immediately replace the current gas-powered crossover as Porsche plans to sell both side-by-side for a few years.
Volkswagen has revealed a redesigned Amarok, a mid-size pickup truck twinned with the redesigned Ford Ranger coming to showrooms next year. The U.S. won’t see the new Amarok but VW has an electric pickup planned for our market, and it will carry a Scout badge.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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