Volkswagen's family of ID electric cars is coming, and the first model has been confirmed as the ID 3, a Golf-sized hatch with at least 200 miles of range. Unfortunately, we won't see it in the United States as the first ID model due here will be a small crossover arriving in 2020.
Honda surprised us all with the cute Urban EV Concept at the 2017 Frankfurt International Motor Show. Now the production version is almost here. It's been confirmed as the Honda e, and the design appears to be just as adorable as the concept.
Audi Sport is out testing prototypes for a new generation of the RS Q3 due on the market in late 2019 or early the following year. Also in the works is a more coupe-like variant dubbed the RS Q3 Sportback.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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