We’ve taken another spin in the Mercedes-Benz EQS, specifically the EQS 450+. The big electric hatch ticks a lot of boxes, but some of its technology can be distracting or overwhelming, or both.
A redesigned BMW 7-Series has been spotted in prototype form testing on public roads. Expected to debut later this year as a 2023 model, the BMW flagship sedan will feature a new design inside and out, along with updated technology and a battery-electric variant.
A British firm by the name of McMurtry raised a few eyebrows last summer when it rolled out the Spéirling, a diminutive electric track car that looks like a Batmobile-inspired soapbox racer. The Spéirling is a serious performance machine, though, and now it has a Formula One racing driver developing it.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
Review update: 2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS 450+ pushes EVs into the luxury segment
2023 BMW 7-Series spy shots and video: Redesigned flagship sedan takes shape
Ex-Formula 1 driver to hone wild McMurtry Spéirling electric track car
2022 Porsche Taycan review
Lincoln looks back at a century of building cars
GM aims for 400,000 EVs through 2023, confirms Silverado EV at more than 110,000 reservations
Maserati reveals MC Edition Ghibli, Levante and Quattroporte
Lightyear shows importance of aero: 250-mile range at 80+ mph, with just 60 kwh?
Ferrari delivered record 11,155 cars in 2021
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