Toyota has revealed the new BZ4X headed to showrooms in mid-2022. The BZ4X is a RAV4-sized electric crossover, and it's just the first of seven vehicles that will be added to Toyota's BZ sub-brand for electric vehicles by 2025.
BMW's X7 will soon be updated to match the radical new look pegged for the next-generation 7-Series. Spy shots of a prototype reveal a completely new front-end design for the full-size crossover.
Mopar is bringing customized Dodge, Jeep and Ram vehicles to this year's SEMA show. One of the highlights is a Dodge Challenger decked out in a delicious Rotten Avocado paint color. It's been nicknamed the Guac, for obvious reasons.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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