Toyota has launched a new performance sub-brand. It’s named after Toyota’s Gazoo Racing motorsport department and will offer vehicles in three categories. At the top will be limited-edition models wearing the GRMN badge.
We have good news and bad news regarding the next-generation Dodge Challenger and its Charger sibling. The cars are reportedly being developed around the Maserati Ghibli’s platform. The downside is that they now might not arrive until 2021.
A prototype for what’s likely an Audi SQ8 has been spotted. The Q8 is Audi’s rival to the BMW X6 and Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe, so presumably the SQ8 will rival sportier alternatives of those vehicles.
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Toyota launches GR performance sub-brand, but new Supra noticeably missing
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2020 Audi SQ8 spy shots
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Volkswagen ID electric car to launch in 2020 along with new Golf
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