Volvo's electric XC40 is finally here, and it's been badged an XC40 Recharge. It comes with 402 horsepower, all-wheel drive, and a 78-kilowatt-hour battery that should return around 200 miles of range.
Toyota has revealed the first of its next-generation EVs, though sadly it's a minicar destined to be sold in Japan only. It will launch there in late 2020 and have just 62 miles of range.
Mercedes-AMG's chief has let slip that the next C63 will be a hybrid. Word on the street is that the hybrid powertrain will come with a 4-cylinder as the internal-combustion component. Yes, get ready to say goodbye to the V-8.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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