Tesla’s latest Model S sedan was on show this week at the Detroit Auto Show. Two new features have been added for the 2015 model year: a dual-motor, all-wheel drive option and an Autopilot function.
Audi’s new Q7 was its main attraction in Detroit this week but the German automaker also had on show an updated version of its Q3. The Q3 was only launched on the U.S. market last fall but it’s been updated already as overseas the model has been around since 2011.
Ford has shown a new F-150 Raptor, but the performance pickup truck won’t be ready for a showroom debut until late next year. The hot topic in regards to the new F-150 Raptor is the lack of a V-8 under the hood.
You’ll find all of this and more in today’s car news right here at Motor Authority—and for our complete Detroit Auto Show coverage be sure to visit our dedicated hub.
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