Our spy photographer has been catching updated Volkswagens out in the open lately, and the Passat Wagon was the latest to find itself in his crosshairs, here testing in Europe.
It will receive many of the same changes as the sedan version, including a facelift to go along with the rest of the lineup. The grille will look more like that of the Golf and the Touareg. We should see LED running lights in front and back of the car.
Comfort-wise, the Passat will take cues from the CC, with heated and cooled seats and voice-activated navigation. Better materials and chrome accents should round out the new interior. Suspension settings will be made more comfortable and sportier.
Porsche’s flagship sports car, the 911, is set to receive a major upgrade with an electric introduction; enter the Porsche 911 Hybrid.
More details have been revealed on the Lamborghini LB744 Hybrid Hypercar, featuring a 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 mid-engine, three electric motors, and a new lithium-ion battery.
Porsche tuner turned supercar manufacturer, RUF Automobile, has recently announced the opening of its new North American headquarters in Miami, Florida.
Lexus has introduced its first globally available, purpose-built battery-electric vehicle: the all-new Lexus RZ450e.
Teased two weeks ago, Kia today has unveiled its first three-row electric flagship, the Kia EV9 SUV.