Volkswagen has been spotted testing a battery-electric crossover that’s set to be badged an ID.6 X. It’s the production version of 2019’s Roomzz concept and we’ll see it unveiled this fall.
The Acura RLX lives on in Japan where it’s sold as the Honda Legend. The latest version sports some new electronic driver-assist features rated at Level 3 on the SAE scale of self-driving capability.
McLaren only made 106 F1s, including those earmarked for racing. That means the cars rarely come up for sale and when they do they go for quite a lot of money.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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