Mercedes-Benz’s GLA-Class compact crossover SUV has spawned a battery-electric version in the form of the EQA. Just the one grade has been announced but more are planned, including one with over 268 horsepower.
Porsche has made it easier to hop behind the wheel of its Taycan battery-electric sedan. The automaker has unveiled a new base option with rear-wheel drive and a starting price of just over $80,000. That’s about $20,000 lower than the previous point of entry.
Anyone with seven figures to drop on an electric vehicle will be glad to note that Rimac’s C_Two battery-electric hypercar isn’t sold out. Only 150 are destined to be built and the starting price is around $2 million.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
Mercedes-Benz EQA compact electric SUV promises over 268 horsepower, 300 miles of range
Base rear-wheel-drive 2021 Porsche Taycan coming to US for $81,250
No, the Rimac C_Two electric hypercar isn’t close to being sold out
Kia shortens name, updates logo, plans 7 electric vehicles
2021 BMW 2-Series Active Tourer spy shots: Sportier look for compact minivan
Rivian shuns SPACs, closes another $2.65B investment ahead of electric trucks’ arrival
Off-road-focused Lexus may end up filling void left by Land Cruiser’s exit
Review update: 2020 Land Rover Defender SUV looks the part
GM’s “Hyper Cruise” trademark filing hints at fully autonomous driver-assist feature
Next Honda HR-V will be different for America, possibly all-hybrid