There's one more addition to the 2020 Dodge Charger lineup. It's a new all-wheel-drive version of the Charger GT, meaning there's now two versions of the muscle sedan that you'll have no problem driving throughout the year.
Ferrari's CEO has revealed that the company is investigating the potential for an electric car. However, don't expect a zero-emission Prancing Horse before 2025. The reason? Lacking battery technology.
Cadillac has confirmed it plans to bring back real car names, instead of the alphanumeric names it currently uses. The brand will introduce the new naming strategy starting with an electric crossover SUV arriving in 2022.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
Dodge adds AWD to sporty Charger GT for 2020
Don't expect an electric Ferrari before 2025
Cadillac's boring alphanumeric names on the way out from 2022
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