It’s almost the end of the road for the Pagani Huayra, and company CEO and founder Horacio Pagani is dropping details on its replacement. Code-named the C10, the new supercar is due in 2022 initially with a V-12 and later an available electric powertrain.
BMW is out testing prototypes for a redesigned X1 and our latest spy shots and video show a tester for a new performance range-topper that will likely be badged an X1 M35i. This won’t be a dedicated M car but a tamer M Performance model. There should still be well over 300 hp on tap, though.
The U.S. missed out on the current Mercedes-Benz EQC electric crossover but this won’t be the case for the redesigned model, local dealers have learned. It’s due around 2025 and should arrive alongside an electric C-Class.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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