A fresh look and new tech should soon grace BMW’s 5-Series range as part of a mid-cycle update. A prototype for the 5-Series sedan has been spotted and reveals a number of clues.
Karma is ready to supply its extended-range EV platform to rival firms, and says a battery-electric platform is coming soon. Karma is not the only company selling EV platforms, though, and some rival EV startups have already signed deals with major automakers.
Koenigsegg has a new designer and we’ve just interviewed him. Sasha Selipanov joined the Swedish marque last year and recently unveiled his first creation, the Gemera four-door.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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