Porsche’s off-road-ready 911 is finally here in the form of the 2023 911 Dakar. The high-riding sports car was presented on Wednesday on the eve of the 2022 Los Angeles auto show, and it’s destined to be built in a limited run of just 2,500 units for worldwide sale.
Fiat used the L.A. auto show to confirm the return of the 500 to North America. The iconic hatch will return in early 2024, exclusively in EV guise, and by the time it arrives there should also be a feisty Abarth version on offer.
Toyota unveiled in L.A. a sporty and stylish Prius that’s likely to appeal to a much wider audience than previous generations. The hybrid now boasts close to 200 hp and should still return around 57 mpg combined. The Prius Prime plug-in hybrid was also revealed with more power and electric range.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
2023 Porsche 911 Dakar makes the off-road sports car mashup a reality
Fiat 500 returns to US in 2024 as pure EV
Redesigned 2023 Toyota Prius ups performance, style
2023 Acura MDX review
Acura NSX production comes to an end
Flywheel energy will help charge rental EVs in New York
Chevy 3100 becomes an electric truck thanks to Kindred
Toyota Corolla, Honda Civic, Mazda 3 withstand new crash test
Waymo reveals robotaxi based on Zeekr SEA-M platform
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