Lamborghini unveiled the first of four new models this year this week. It is called the Huracan Technica and it combines the power of the Huracan STO with the rear wheel-drive setup of the Huracan.
Genesis X Spidium coupe concept
Genesis fascinates us again with another coup idea. The Korean brand plans to go on a full-electric route with a six-model lineup by 2030, and the X Speedium Coupe concept released this week shows what the cars of the future might look like.
2022 Land Rover Range Rover at Napa Valley Press Drive, April 2022
Land Rover’s Range Rover 2022 model was redesigned for the year and we tested the new SUV. At the moment it is available with V-8 and plug-in hybrid options, but an electric option is coming in 2024.
2023 Mercedes-Benz EQE 350+
Another car we tested this week was the 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQU. We’ve tested the electric sedan in the EQE 350+ camouflage, but the more powerful AMG EQE 53 will be in the showroom soon.
Carlos Tavares, CEO of Stellaris, examines the 2024 month Granturismo Folgo
The redesigned month saw a prototype of an electric version of the Granturismo on the streets of Rome, driven by Carlos Tavares, CEO of Macerati parent company Stalantis. The electric GranTurismo, to be labeled as Folgore, Italian “lightning”, is expected to reach more than 1,200 hp in 2023.
2024 Ford Mustang Spy Shot – Photo Credit: S. Baldauff / SB-Median
We have seen the 2024 Ford Mustang being tested. For the first time we got a glimpse of the interior with only partial camouflage. The upcoming Mustang will feature a larger screen and familiar controls with a three-spoke steering wheel.
2023 BMW X7
And finally, the updated 2023 BMW X7 Automaker has debuted with a new split headlight design. To preview the design language of the upcoming 7-Series and XM SUV, the exterior of the updated X7 is dazzling, but inside the three-row SUV has a luxurious makeover with a large floating curved display.