Author: Max Davies

Delays with Volkswagen’s upcoming Scalable Systems Platform (SSP) and its electrical architecture will mean the next-generation Golf will reportedly launch later than expected. In response to German publication Manager Magazin, the market launch of the upcoming all-electric ID. Golf – as it could be called – has been postponed by 15 months to 2029. A big electric SUV on the SSP platform called the T-Sport has reportedly been delayed even further, to 2031 – three years later than originally planned. While the delay reportedly applies mostly to Volkswagen models, it might also affect some Audi vehicles. That might mean all…

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Eclectic automobile brand Rezvani is adding a brand new member to its ranks: the beefy and borderline over-the-top Arsenal. The US firm, known for all the things from lightweight sports cars to six×6 utes, has once more used the Cadillac Escalade as a base for a fortified SUV. Just like the 2022 Vengeance, the Arsenal cloaks Escalade mechanicals under radically different styling. Unlike the Vengeance, nonetheless, the corporate’s latest model is meant for the civilian market reasonably than military and paramilitary applications. The Arsenal can seat seven or eight, and there’s real armour protection meaning its tough looks aren’t only…

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Lexus is about to launch a supercar rival the likes of the Aston Martin Vantage and Mercedes-AMG GT, powered by a V8 engine producing as much as 450kW. Autocar reports it’ll be called the LFR and it’ll be a spiritual successor to the V10 LFA, though this time around it’ll be a road-legal version of a full-blown race automobile and never a standalone supercar model. We’ve covered Toyota’s GT3 GR concept automobile because it was first revealed in 2022, which has most recently been seen as a prototype testing in camouflage at Belgium’s Spa-Francorchamps circuit. It’s expected to be ready…

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