BMW's latest 5-Series spawned a wagon body style. The new longroof is unlikely to reach the U.S., but overseas it will go on sale in May and offer buyers the choice of gas, plug-in hybrid, and electric powertrains. A high-performance M5 version is also in the pipeline.
Lexus hasn't launched a dedicated F performance vehicle in a decade but one might be coming based on the RZ electric compact crossover. A trademark application for the RZ F name has been discovered, hinting that Lexus may be planning more performance EVs beyond its already confirmed electric supercar.
Toyota will build an electric three-row SUV at its plant in Kentucky, likely starting in 2025. There's also a good chance a Lexus twin will be built at the plant, as Lexus has already presented a concept for an electric three-row SUV.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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