Mercedes-Benz in 2022 announced plans for a range of bespoke cars known as the Mythos series. The automaker has been quiet since then, but this week it finally confirmed that the first Mythos car is coming in 2025.

PaxPower is a company in Texas known for building extreme off-road trucks. It is now getting into SUVs, starting with GM's full-size lineup. PaxPower's upgrade, known as the Jackal, ensures the SUVs are able to keep up with off-road performance pickups like the F-150 Raptor and Ram 1500 TRX on rough terrain.

The Volkswagen T-Roc is a compact crossover closely related to the Golf hatchback. It debuted in 2017 and soon a redesigned version will arrive, a prototype for which has just been spotted. The current T-Roc isn't offered in the U.S., and it's likely the new one won't be, either.

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