Volkswagen’s U.S. arm is changing its name to Voltswagen of America. The move will see the automaker’s electric vehicles sold here receive a unique version of the famous VW logo as well as a “Voltswagen” script, and believe it or not this isn’t an April Fools’ Day stunt.
Lexus has unveiled a new concept car that previews the design and technology destined for the automaker’s future EVs. The striking concept blends elements of a sedan and crossover, and some of its lines will influence models arriving as early as this year.
Kia has released the full details on its new EV6, which we’ll see in showrooms in early 2022. The EV6 is a twin to the recently revealed Hyundai Ioniq 5, and in range-topping GT guise the electric crossover will offer a healthy 577 hp. That’s enough to see this Kia hit 60 mph from rest in under 3.5 seconds.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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