Just like McLaren in the early 1990s, Formula 1 team Red Bull Racing plans its own car. The new Red Bull will be a hypercar dubbed the RB17, and just 50 examples are planned, each priced at more than $6 million.
Ford launched a new version of its Bronco for the 2022 model year. Called the Bronco Everglades, the vehicle is a special edition with a factory-designed snorkel that helps delivers higher fording capability than any other Bronco variant. We have a full review up.
We also have a review up for Cadillac's Lyriq electric SUV. Right now there's only a single configuration with 340 hp and enough battery capacity for about 300 miles of range, but there's clearly room for additional performance.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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