Off-road Porsche 911, Saudi Arabia’s EV brand: Today’s Car News



Porsche recently took a pair of 911s close to the summit of Chile’s Ojos del Salado, the world’s tallest volcano. Naturally, a lot of modifications were required to enable the 911s to climb to a height of almost 20,000 feet.

Saudi Arabia’s Prince Mohammed bin Salman has launched an EV brand as part of his Vision 2030 plan. The brand is called Ceer, and it will be operated as a joint venture between Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund and Taiwan’s Foxconn. The first model is due in 2025.

BMW is readying a sleeker, sexier design for its redesigned 5-Series which we can expect in the coming year. A prototype was spotted this week and reveals a number of clues about the new design. An electric i5 variant is also coming.

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

Rugged Porsche 911s climb world’s tallest volcano

Oil giant Saudi Arabia announces Ceer EV brand

2024 BMW 5-Series spy shots and video

2023 Audi Q5 review

First 2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 screams off assembly line

Lucid Gravity SUV update due Nov. 15 at Air lineup launch

GAC marks new European R&D center with Barchetta concept debut

2023 Kia Sorento costs $31,285; plug-in hybrid is $51,185

Owners of older Dodge and Chrysler vehicles told to stop driving after recent airbag deaths

Fisker plans to share EV platforms, sell emissions credits


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