A bigger and bolder BMW 4-Series is being introduced for 2021, and included in the range once again will be a convertible. This time around the designers have gone with a soft-top instead of the previous generation’s retractable hard-top.
Historic Chinese brand Hongqi, a favorite of Chairman Mao, is undergoing a revival. Part of the plans include the introduction of battery-electric vehicles, the latest of which is a flagship SUV unveiled this week at Auto China 2020 in Beijing.
Buick has unveiled a concept that previews a new design language named Potential Energy. The new design language will appear on future EVs from the brand, two of which we know are SUVs.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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