2022 Volkswagen Taos revisited, Hennessey Venom targets TRX, Lucid Air tops EV range: What’s New @ The Car Connection
The Taos impresses the family with comfort and versatility, but the driver might not be so charmed.
The Lucid Air officially takes the crown as the longest-range electric vehicle based on EPA ratings.
A mid-size five-seat wagon with standard all-wheel drive, the 2022 Subaru Forester is spacious, safe, and a bargain, earning it a TCC Rating of 6.8 out of 10.
From Motor Authority:
2021 Hennessey Venom 775 F-150
With 775 hp and an available 6.0-inch lift, the 2021 Hennessey Venom 775 F-150 is a Raptor of a different stripe with power and performance aimed to beat the Ram 1500 TRX.
A major update is on the way for BMW’s flagship coupe.
The Xpeng P5 is a compact electric sedan with world-first technology.
From Green Car Reports:
2021 Lucid Air Dream Edition
Lucid’s 520-mile range rating—from a 113-kwh battery pack—will likely make it the longest-range EV on the market and one of the most efficient.
China’s Xpeng is putting lidar into its P5, which is priced well below the Tesla Model 3 and could go on sale in Europe eventually.
Rivian will be the first automaker to deliver a modern electric truck. Now which company will be next?