BMW’s M2 has been redesigned for the 2023 model year. The new car sticks with a proven formula that involves a high-performance inline-6, rear-wheel drive, and the choice of manual or automatic transmissions. It’s gained some weight, which was noticeable during our first drive, but it’s still fun and there’s a lot more horsepower.
Audi is committed to entering Formula 1 by the 2026 season, both as a constructor and a power unit supplier. The company recently gave an update on its progress, including confirmation its first completed power unit will be ready for testing this year.
Lucid will follow up its luxurious Air sedan with an SUV to be called the Gravity. The electric-vehicle startup has released the first photos of a Gravity prototype and confirmed testing on public roads is about to get underway. The start of deliveries is expected in 2024.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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