Audi has revealed its new A5 Sportback in both regular and sporty S5 forms. The previous model was never sold in the United States but the new one will arrive in local showrooms in the first half of 2017. Eventually, we'll see a high-performance RS 5 Sportback join the fold.

Word on the street is that the Dodge Durango will receive the SRT treatment for 2018. It won’t be going the Hellcat route, though. That’s reserved for Jeep’s Grand Cherokee.

BMW’s X1 has received a plug-in hybrid option in the Chinese market. The electrified compact SUV can travel up to 37 miles on electric juice and with its internal combustion engine kicking in, the range rises to almost 400 miles.

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

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