Electric vehicle startup Fisker Automotive has previewed three future models, one of which is a pickup truck called the Alaska. It’s due to go on sale in 2025 with a starting price of just over $45,000, and according to Fisker it will be the lightest option in the electric pickup truck category.
Italy’s Totem Automobili has returned with a new version of its stunning restomod inspired by the original Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA homologation special of the early 1970s. Instead of the electric powertrain of its previous restomod, the new one packs a twin-turbocharged V-6 dialed to spit out as much as 750 hp.
BMW’s 2-Series Gran Coupe is about to be updated. A prototype for the updated version of the compact sedan has been spotted, revealing some major changes to the vehicle’s styling are in the pipeline. It should debut late this year or early next.
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