Volkswagen has been spotted testing a mid-size electric crossover SUV that’s likely to be badged an ID 6. It’s the production version of last year’s Roomzz concept, and the styling is almost identical to the handsome show car.
General Motors and Nikola have announced a comprehensive deal that will see GM supply technology, engineering services, and production capacity to the electric truck startup. Part of the deal will see GM manufacture the Nikola Badger full-size pickup truck, starting in late 2022.
BMW is working on a redesigned X1, and this time around there will be a battery-electric option. A prototype for the new compact crossover has just been spotted.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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