The fifth-generation Toyota Supra has been on sale for a while now, and we’ve taken another look at it, specifically the 6-cylinder. The car’s got gobs of power, but the same enthusiasts who are eager for this might find the lack of a manual gearbox unforgivable.
We also got our first hands-on time with the new 2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS and it did not disappoint. The svelte electric sedan combines an S-Class grade interior with impressive technology, and this should help it attract well-heeled buyers looking to make the switch from gasoline to electrons.
Speaking of electrons, Ferrari has finally confirmed it is working on an electric vehicle. The zero-emission Prancing Horse is due in 2025 and might end up being a crossover.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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