Porsche has revealed some of its future plans including that its Taycan Cross Turismo is due out later this year. The vehicle is a wagon body style for the Taycan, and we should see it at dealerships next spring as a 2021 model.
Formula One was due to undergo a major shakeup in 2021 but that won’t happen until 2022 now. The organizers, together with teams, voted to delay the introduction of the new rules due to the ongoing Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.
A logo for a stylized “Z” is being trademarked all around the globe by Nissan. The logo matches the design used for the original 240Z and thus helps to corroborate recent rumors that the next Z sports car will take on a retro look.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo due in late 2020, electric Macan to follow in 2022
F1 organizers delay 2021 rule changes until 2022 due to coronavirus
Trademark for retro-inspired Nissan Z logo surfaces
10 best small but thoughtful new car features
Ex-Uber engineer pleads guilty to Google trade secrets theft
2020 Kia Niro EV: Price hike brings bigger infotainment screens but no extra range
List of motorsports delayed due to spreading coronavirus
2020 Volkswagen Jetta review
Q5 Sportback among 20 new or refreshed Audis due in 2020
Tesla’s “touchless” deliveries will help get Model Y out to customers