Subaru has unveiled a redesigned BRZ and it packs a bigger, more powerful engine. The lively rear-wheel-drive sports car is due out next year and once again there will be a Toyota twin.
Subaru has previewed its redesigned Civic sedan with a prototype. The new compact will feature a more rigid version of the current generation’s platform, which bodes well for the eventual Si and Type R performance variants.
Volkswagen has confirmed plans for a four-door EV currently doing the rounds as the Aero. It is likely to replace the Arteon when it enters production in 2023.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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