Jaguar’s I-Pace is already in production. It’s due to go on sale in Europe later this year, beating rival electric SUVs from Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz. Unfortunately, it’s not due in the United States until the second half of 2018.
Sports car startup Jannarelly just delivered the first example of its stunning Design-1. Right now the car is only available as a roadster but Jannarelly is prepping a flip-up roof option. And yes, the Design-1 is available for order in the U.S.
Lexus has just updated the CT 200h but the car is no longer available locally. It probably won’t be missed given its measly 134-horsepower rating.
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