BMW has unveiled updated versions of its X3 and X4 small crossovers. The updates extend to the high-performance M versions which also benefit from a boost in torque figures for the Competition models. A redesigned BMW 4-Series Gran Coupe has also made headlines.
Taking a leaf out of Tesla’s book, Jaguar continues to refine its I-Pace with annual updates. The latest see the battery-electric crossover benefit from new charging and infotainment hardware.
Ferrari has picked a senior executive from a semiconductor chip company as its new CEO. This experience in the electronics industry will help Ferrari as it enters an era of electrification and connectivity.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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2022 BMW X4 keeps sexy looks, adds tech
2022 Jaguar I-Pace revealed with improved charging, infotainment
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2022 BMW 4-Series Gran Coupe grows in size, brawn
Apple electric car project reportedly considering US-made batteries from BYD, CATL
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