Ferrari's Purosangue crossover has been spotted testing, this time with a production-bound body and not the makeshift Maserati Levante body used by previous testers. Purists shouldn't be too concerned as the spy shots point to the Purosangue more closely resembling the GTC4 Lusso it replaces, rather than your typical grocery getter.

Polestar's next model launch will be the 3, a mid-size crossover twinned with Volvo's replacement for the XC90. The Polestar will be the more performance oriented of the two, and offer battery-electric power exclusively.

Lexus has provided a glimpse at its first dedicated electric vehicle. The new model is called the RZ, and it's a crossover that will most likely be related to the Toyota BZ4X and Subaru Solterra twins.

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