Audi was spotted testing a prototype for its next-generation Q3. The new compact crossover is expected to arrive late next year or in early 2025, and will ride on an updated version of the platform found under the current model. It will be among Audi’s last models still equipped with a gas engine.
The United Kingdom is set to push back its ban on the sale of new vehicles powered purely by an internal-combustion engine. The original deadline was 2030 but now the ban will be introduced in 2035, which is when similar bans are due to be introduced in other countries, as well as the whole of the European Union.
A company with more than 30 years of experience restomodding MGs and other British classic cars has launched a new offering for the MGB. Buyers can choose between electric or V-8 powertrains, and in both cases there’s a manual transmission.
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