2,000-hp Land Cruiser, BMW iNext plans, Karma Revero configurator: Today’s Car News

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Carl Edwards drives the Toyota Land Speed Cruiser to 230.02 mph in Mojave, California

Former NASCAR driver Carl Edwards has taken a Toyota Land Cruiser well beyond 200 mph. You won’t be able to repeat that in a stock Cruiser, though. Edwards was behind the wheel of a 2,000-horsepower beast built by the guys that normally build Toyota-powered drag machines.

BMW has outlined production plans for a technological flagship code-named the iNext. The car will be revealed in 2021 and offer leading self-driving, electrification and connectivity technologies.

Karma’s Revero is now on sale and you can build your own using the company’s configurator. We managed to build one priced at a substantial $139,900.

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

Wild Toyota Land Cruiser hits 230.02 mph

BMW picks plant for iNext self-driving EV due in 2021

Karma plugs in the Revero configurator

2018 GMC Terrain priced from $25,970

2018 Volkswagen Polo teased ahead of June reveal

2017 Volkswagen e-Golf: first drive of updated 125-mile electric car

2018 Renault Mégane RS leaked

Good news for Uber's self-driving cars, bad news for Uber itself

VW product roadmap reveals production start dates for key models

VW to Tesla: anything you can do, we can do better

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