The least-expensive 2020 Porsche Taycan has arrived in U.S. dealerships with a price of $105,150. Range increases slightly over the more-powerful Turbo and Turbo S models to an EPA-estimated 203 miles. That's a far cry from Tesla range, but in our experience the Taycan achieves EPA range figures regardless of weather conditions.

The 2021 Cadillac Escalade will cost $1,000 more than the outgoing model when it goes on sale later in 2020. With a base price of $77,490, the redesigned Escalade is longer, roomier, and should ride better thanks to independent rear suspension. The 2021 Escalade will come standard with a 38-inch curved OLED display on the dashboard, and options will include Cadillac's Super Cruise driver-assist system, a 36-speaker AKG audio system, and air suspension.

The 2021 Porsche 911 GT3 was spied with barely any camouflage while testing on the Nürburgring. The signature dual-exhaust tips mounted in the center of the rear fascia return, as do center-lock wheels with huge carbon-ceramic brake rotors. Expect the latest GT3 to make its debut in the coming months.

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