Kia’s new Optima has spawned a wagon variant dubbed the Optima Sportswagon. It makes its debut at next month’s Geneva Motor Show but sadly there are no plans to bring it over to the United States.
Another wagon debuting in Geneva is Volvo’s new V90. Thankfully, the svelte Swede will be sold here where it will fill the void left by the former V70.
Lexus recently confirmed that the hybrid version of its stunning LC coupe would debut at the Geneva Motor Show. Today, the Toyota luxury brand released the first details on the Lexus Multi Stage Hybrid System that powers the car.
You'll find all of these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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