Bugatti Rimac deal, 2022 Genesis G80 Sport, Vanderhall Brawley: Car News Headlines

It’s official. The Volkswagen Group has transferred ownership of Bugatti to a joint venture split between Porsche and Croatian electric-vehicle technology company Rimac. Rimac owns 55% of the joint venture, and its CEO and founder, Mate Rimac, will also serve as CEO of the joint venture.

The Genesis G80 was redesigned for the 2021 model year and now the handsome mid-size sedan has spawned a G80 Sport variant. Genesis is holding back details until closer to the market launch this fall but we know the G80 Sport will come with all-wheel drive and all-wheel steering.

America’s Vanderhall is expanding to four-wheel vehicles with its new Brawley. The electric off-roader comes with 404 hp on tap, and with its biggest battery, a 60-kilowatt-hour unit, should be able to cover 200 miles on a charge.

You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.

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