Launched in June of this year, AEHRA has unveiled a few teaser shots of their first production EV, an “ultra premium all−electric SUV model”. The final design and name will be announced sometime next month.
Naturally aspirated V12, 715hp, four seats – an SUV is not what you would think of when hearing these things. Ferrari has revealed the Purosangue; it’s first SUV, and we love it.
Fortunately, Ford will have a 5.0 liter V8 available, as well as a “Dark Horse” model which will have 500hp. Ford also announced plans to return to Le Mans in 2024 with the Mustang GT3. Looks good, details sound good – let’s ride.
Available specs on the Chevy website looks good, however most of the numbers displayed are based on “available” features, so we are curious to see how a $30,000 Equinox will actually be equipped. Dare we say it actually looks pretty decent?
Following its record-breaking maiden drive from Stuttgart, Germany to Cassis, France in April, the research vehicle set the bar even higher with a 1,202 km (750 mile) road trip from Stuttgart to Silverstone in the UK on a single charge during real-world driving.