The Ford Bronco is a bit more expensive than last year. The stripped-out base grade is no longer available, making the Big Bend the new entry point to the lineup. Other grades have also been made more expensive, including the Raptor which is now almost $22,000 more expensive than when it was first launched.
The Toyota Tundra enters the new model year with some minor updates. The list includes a factory-installed 3.0-inch lift kit, a Nightshade styling pack, and the availability of the TRD Off-Road Package on the Platinum grade.
The Genesis GV80 Coupe continued testing on public roads, but this time the prototype dropped its bulky camouflage. As the production body comes into form it’s clear the Audi Q8 and BMW X6 competitor will look nearly identical to the striking concept version shown at the 2023 New York auto show.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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