Mercedes-Benz equipped its EQC with a 4×4 package with portal axles in order to get a preview of an electric future off-road. The resulting vehicle not only looks robust, it is also extremely powerful.
Another tough looking vehicle this week was Subaru’s one-off WRX STI built for Gymkhana 11. Ken Pad’s former rally teammate Travis Pastrana will be driving the vehicle, making him the only person apart from Block doing drift-filled stunts in one of the vehicles.
2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost first ride, Austin
Rolls-Royce redesigned the Ghost and we tested the new generation this week. The car has big shoes to fill, as its predecessor is the most popular Rolls-Royce in the brand’s 116-year history.
2020 Dodge Charger R / T Scat Pack Widebody
Another car we tested was the 2020 Dodge Charger in the R / T Scat Pack widebody guise. While the more powerful Hellcat and Redeye get the most attention, they might not be the best for most buyers.
2021 Clear air
It’s safe to say that Lucid exceeded all expectations for the company’s new Air. This week we learned that the price starts at a very reasonable $ 77,400. Delivery will begin in early 2021.
2022 Acura MDX prototype
Acura this week previewed its redesigned 2022 MDX, which will hit showrooms next year. The new crossover SUV will be longer, wider and lower than the outgoing generation and will have a sporty version of the S type with 355 hp.
2023 BMW X8 espionage recordings – Photo credit: S. Baldauf / SB-Medien
An alternative to the MDX mentioned above will be a new flagship SUV from BMW, related to the X7 and likely sporting an X8. It won’t just be a coupe-like version of the X7 as this prototype shows.
2023 Spy recordings of the Porsche 911 GT3 RS – Photo credit: S. Baldauf / SB-Medien
And finally, Porsche tested its next-generation 911 GT3 RS. The new track star is being developed alongside a new 911 GT3 R race car, and judging from a spy video, the performance will be nothing short of astonishing.