Ford’s redesigned Ranger was first shown in 2021, but it’s still not on sale in the U.S. That will change soon as Ford has confirmed the U.S.-spec 2024 Ranger is set to debut on May 10. It will be unveiled alongside a Ranger Raptor variant that’s also headed to U.S. showrooms shortly.
Volkswagen has only just revealed its 2025 ID.7 hatchback but a new body style for the electric car is already out testing. It’s a wagon, and there’s a good chance it will be offered in the U.S.
The Tesla Model S Plaid is capable of hitting 200 mph, but owners will need to purchase a Track Package to unlock the full performance. The package starts at $15,000 and includes carbon-ceramic brakes, high-performance brake fluid, and firmware updates.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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