A redesigned Ford Mustang is coming next year. We’ve already spotted prototypes and now Ford has provided a sound clip of the Mustang GT variant. Judging by the clip, it looks like the pony car will continue to offer a manual transmission and V-8 engine.
BMW Group is developing a new platform to underpin its next generation of electric vehicles. Known as the Neue Klasse, the platform will spawn its first vehicle in 2025, a BMW vehicle in the 3-Series segment. Construction of a plant for the vehicle is underway in Hungary.
Production of the Ineos Grenadier SUV gets underway in July at a plant in France, after which we’ll see Ineos launch a Grenadier pickup truck and an electric vehicle. The EV will be smaller than the Grenadier and feature a unique platform, yet remain an an off-roader with workhorse DNA, just like its big brother.
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