Ford's redesigned Mustang has finally been spotted testing. Code-named the S650, this seventh-generation pony car will keep the V-8 but augment it with electrification. And yes, this could be the last Mustang with internal-combustion power.

An Alfa Romeo compact crossover has also been spotted testing. The crossover is the production version of 2019's striking Tonale concept, and it's thought to be one of two new crossovers coming from the Italian brand.

A redesigned Lexus LX based on the latest 300-series Toyota Land Cruiser was revealed last fall, and now we have the all-important pricing information. Compared to the old LX, there's a new platform, more potent powertrain, and plusher interior that should make the German alternatives nervous.

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

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