Audi took the covers off the long-awaited Q6 E-Tron overnight. The electric compact crossover is a smidgen longer than the Tesla Model Y, and will start sales in the U.S. late this year both in regular and sporty SQ6 guises. A more coupe-like Sportback body style is also planned, but not for the first year of sales.

Mercedes-Benz AMG has revealed a new entry-level version of its GT sports car, the GT 43. It packs a 2.0-liter turbo-4 that relies on technology similar to what's found in modern Formula 1 cars to generate 416 hp. It also comes only with rear-wheel drive.

Bentley's first EV will now arrive almost two years later than originally planned. The automaker blamed software issues for the delay, and says it's still committed to exclusively offering EVs starting early next decade.

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

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