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BMW’s 8-Series has been spotted again, this time in convertible form. The new 2-door debuts later this year as the flagship of the German automaker's lineup.
Fisker’s EMotion electric sedan has made its debut at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show currently underway in Las Vegas. The car is due to enter production late next year with a 400-mile lithium-ion battery. However, Fisker is promising even more range once the car is fitted with a still-in-development solid-state battery.
Kia also used CES to unveil an electric car. The Korean automaker rolled out the Niro EV concept, which previews a production model due later this year with over 200 miles of range.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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