The Porsche Taycan is now just months away from its debut, with Porsche having confirmed the covers will come off in September. Already around 20,000 enthusiasts have placed deposits, and many more should come in once the car is out in the open.
A new generation of the Ford Focus ST arrived this year with 276 horsepower on tap. Now the standard hatch has been joined by a wagon. Sadly, neither is headed to the United States.
Koenigsegg’s next model will be a more attainable supercar featuring electrification and camless engine technology. The car will make its debut in 2020 and will be built in significantly higher numbers than the Swedish brand’s hypercars.
2020 Porsche Taycan spy shots and video
“Entry-level” Koenigsegg supercar to debut in 2020
Mini makes its high-value Oxford Edition available to active and retired US military members
Overlander Nissan Frontier has its compass pointed to the middle of nowhere
Latest version of Nissan ProPilot offers hands-free highway travel
Volvo rolls out post-crash checklist for drivers
Renault ready to roll out its first fully self-driving services
Volvo announces battery suppliers for upcoming EV lineup, including Polestar