Mini Countryman spy shots, Bloodhound LSR, MG EV platform: Today’s Car News



A redesigned Mini Countryman is due next year as a 2024 model. It’s one of three crossovers Mini has in the works, and we’ve got fresh spy shots and video of a prototype.

The folks at Bloodhound Land Speed Record are still keen on breaking the land speed record for a steerable car, a record that currently stands at 763 mph. They’ll need funding though, and a plan to switch to carbon-neutral fuel may help them attract new investors in this world of ESG.

British marque MG has announced a modular platform for electric vehicles capable of supporting a range of segments, from hatchbacks to SUVs and yes, even sports cars. The platform debuts later this year in a hatch dubbed the MG 4.

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

2024 Mini Countryman spy shots and video: ICE and electric power on the menu

Bloodhound land speed record project switches to synthetic fuel

MG reveals modular EV platform capable of supporting sports cars

2022 Toyota Tundra recalled for rear axle issue

2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 exists because of Zora Arkus-Duntov

EV prices soar, as one exec warns of market “collapse” if they don’t get cheaper

Watch an armored Toyota Land Cruiser brush off an explosion

2023 Kia Carnival review

Ford Bronco exports to Europe are go

GM issues retroactive discount for Chevy Bolt EV models bought new in 2022


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