By SEMA Editors
Known as the brand's first battery-powered hypercar, the Lotus Evija X is said to have a top speed of 199 mph, and we have secured first-look images of the car at the Nürburgring Nordschleife race circuit in Germany. Details are limited, but it was clear to our source that this new car is faster and accelerates quicker than the regular Evija.
Three-Row Cadillac EV Seen Testing in Milford
Sources have captured Cadillac's new larger all-electric crossover track testing in Milford, Michigan. This addition to Cadillac's lineup of luxury EV crossovers is larger than the Cadillac Lyriq.
Although camouflaged, you can see placeholder headlights arranged vertically with a small, boxy air intake.
While the overall proportions resemble the current ICE-based Cadillac XT6, there appears to be a longer dash-to-axle ratio.
In addition, there appear to be dual sunroofs.
'25 Lincoln Navigator Breaks Cover in Metro Detroit
The '25 Lincoln Navigator was spotted in Metro Detroit with a new front fascia, potentially with a new hood and a new rear fascia, complete with a new rear hatch.
The overall design shows the Navigator will borrow design cues from the recently debuted Nautilus.
'24 VW Jetta Reveals All-New Looks
Sources have spotted the new compact sedan that will be the eighth generation of the Volkswagen Jetta (in China, the model is known as the fourth-generation VW Sagitar).
Like its predecessors, the Jetta/Sagitar will be a conventional three-box sedan featuring the "Tornado"-bead over the entire length from front to rear and incorporate the door handles.