We took a ride around Eagles Canyon Raceway in Decatur, Texas, in the 2022 Toyota 86 with pro drifter Ken Gushi at the wheel. The latest 86 seemed to hit 62 mph quicker than Toyota’s stated 6.1 seconds, and a 90-degree right turn into a 90-degree left made us appreciate the handling and suspension upgrades on the redesigned 86.
After it was unveiled a few weeks ago, the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport is now undergoing high-speed testing. The automaker said the supercar is capable of a 273-mph top speed, and the testing is designed to ensure it’s stable at that speed before the planned start of deliveries at the end of August.
The refreshed 2022 Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class was spotted with barely any camouflage. It’s set to receive new bumpers, new wheel designs, and updated lighting elements, but only those with a keen eye will be able to spot the changes. Inside, the 2022 GLE will receive the new steering wheel design found in the 2021 S-Class rather than the twin-spoke design from in the latest E-Class.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
First ride: 2022 Toyota 86 redesign rewards drivers
Bugatti Chiron Super Sport undergoing high-speed testing
2022 Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class spy shots
Audi maps out shift to electric: Only EVs launched from 2026, no gasoline models by 2033
Porsche 911 GTS bows for 2022 as 473-hp coupe, convertible, or targa
2022 Kia Stinger earns Top Safety Pick+
2022 Toyota Tundra first look
California heat waves prompt alerts about EV charging habits, energy conservation
Hyundai teases Elantra N sport sedan