The Genesis GV80 has spawned a coupe-like option that's expected to reach showrooms next year as a 2025 model. It was revealed this week together with a round of updates for the regular GV80. Those updates include styling tweaks, a new dash, and new color and wheel options.
Aston Martin has called on its Formula 1 team to help develop the Valhalla. The plug-in hybrid supercar is due next year with close to 1,000 hp and aerodynamic features that even F1 cars miss out on.
It's been almost a year since Polestar revealed the 3, but the company has now revealed that the mid-size SUV is the final stage of development. The 3 was meant to start production this year but software issues caused delays. Production will now start early next year.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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