Wow, just wow. All the Genesis models so far have been handsome, but the new GV60 electric hatch is a complete design misstep.
Alfa Romeo is the latest brand to announce it will be going electric only, with the marque to ditch internal combustion engines by 2027.
Four models in the US Volvo range (the S60, S90, V90 Cross Country, and XC60) will be available with B5 and B6 mild hybrid powertrains.
The Outlander plug-in hybrid’s powertrain is now available (outside the US) in the smaller, more affordable Eclipse Cross.
Opel and Vauxhall will be one of the first brands in Stellantis to go fully electric, with the two going all EV by 2028 in Europe.
Mazda is finally going electric, properly, and not just with the weird MX-30 SUV. And some will be RWD performance models!
Audi and Porsche will launch their first SUVs based on the new PPE EV architecture next year, and we can’t wait for the A6 E-Tron.
Toyota is finally joining the EV race with a new range of cars based on a dedicated EV platform (e-TNGA).
The 2021 Mercedes-Benz EQB is an electric GLB with styling that’s just enough to be different, but still very, very familiar.
Jeep is going to go electric and it will (hopefully) go electric in its own crazy way. The new Wrangler Magneto concept has a 6-speed manual!