We drove the 2022 Jeep Grand Wagoneer, an iconic nameplate that has returned to challenge the full-size American SUV establishment. The Grand Wagoneer features a plush ride as its heavy body-on-frame chassis SUV smothers the pavement. Its 6.4-liter V-8 sounds a throaty bark and drinks gas. The luxurious interior is filled with screens, and the big SUV has one of the best third rows in the business.

Alfa Romeo will be busy before it goes all-electric by 2027. Brand head Jean-Philippe Imparato told dealers the automaker "will launch a new model every year until 2026." This could lead to at least four new models by 2026 joining today's two-model lineup. Expect electrified versions of these models as well.

Reportedly, Apple wants CarPlay to just be part of its plans for taking control of your vehicle's controls. The tech giant is developing technology that would allow its phones to control vehicle functions such as climate control, radio, speedometer, and even seat controls. The project is known internally as "Ironheart," and it's in the early stages of development.

You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.

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