With 46 hp, 78 ft lbs of torque and a top speed of 85 mph, the battery-powered model is plenty of beast for the urban jungle.
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Exponentially better than its predecessor, one of the automaker’s most popular models is once again a serious contender in the midsize-crossover segment.
A day at BMW’s Performance Center West teaches motoring skills with endless benefits.
After skipping a model year, this midsize luxury crossover is also back with improved tech and a new transmission.
Finishing up the first stage of testing, Hennessey expects the hypercar to exceed 311 mph when all 1,817 horses are made available.
Although the Petersen Automotive Museum’s recent trip to the drag strip had some road blocks, a couple of classics took to the line.
Leaping across Nevada’s varied landscapes, the 702 hp model left us feeling pampered and pumped.
The new online-only platform launches with six examples, including two rare race cars from the 1980s.
AddArmor gives the crossover ballistic protection without turning it into a tank.
Limited to 40 examples, the track-only hypercar comes with more than 830 hp and exclusive arrive-and-drive opportunities.