Mercedes-Benz will soon starting adding more EVs to the top end of its range, starting with the EQS large sedan in 2021. It will be followed by a mid-size EQE sedan and than SUVs positioned alongside the EQS and EQE. Some of these models are also expected to spawn Mercedes-AMG and Maybach variants.
Jaguar has updated its XF sedan for the 2021 model year. There’s new looks and tech, though sadly the XF Sportbrake wagon will no longer be offered in the United States.
Ford went to great lengths to ensure its F-150 PowerBoost hybrid is as tough as any of its gas-only pickup trucks. A new video out today gives us a look at some of the punishing tests the 430-horsepower truck had to endure.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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