Alfa Romeo wants to offer an electric option across its portfolio, meaning the brand’s current Giorgio platform has to go. The replacement will be a new modular design from parent company Stellantis.
There are now two distinct body styles for the Audi A7, though one of them is exclusive to China. Joining the current A7 Sportback hatch is a new A7L with a conventional sedan body and trunk lid.
Porsche looks to be readying a new model along the lines of 2010’s 911 Sport Classic. This time around, the 911 Turbo looks to be the basis instead of the Carrera S.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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