Subaru is out testing its next-generation BRZ. The lively rear-wheel-drive sports car is due out next year and once again there will be a Toyota twin.
Ram is just days away from the reveal of its TRX. The 1500-based performance pickup truck will pack the Hellcat engine, serious off-road suspension, and styling aggressive enough to scare a Raptor.
Cadillac has made hints that its Lyriq battery-electric SUV will be no more expensive than conventionally powered vehicles of similar size. This means we could see a starting price below $60,000.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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