By SEMA News Editors
Mercedes-Benz EQA AMG Breaks Cover
SEMA News sources recently spotted the Mercedes-Benz EQA AMG sedan, a planned replacement for the A-Class hatchback and sedan, driving back from testing.
The EQA AMG, recognizable by the drilled disc brakes and camouflaged rear spoiler, will not ride on a dedicated EV platform, according to sources, with the manufacturer instead opting for an electric-first platform that can also support internal-combustion-engine vehicles, too.
The four-door car will arrive in 2025.
'25 Kia Forte Caught Testing in Scandinavia
Photographers recently snapped new images of the next-generation Kia Forte testing in Scandinavia.
In addition to rumors that the next Forte will launch with a new name, K4, the prototype features a new front end with vertically aligned headlights, similar to those of the new Sorento. The LEDs form a T-shape as they wrap around the wings and act as daytime running lights and indicators.
In the rear, updates include rectangular and vertically aligned taillights connected by a thin red strip that spans the trunk. Exhaust pipes indicate an internal combustion engine under the hood, with options expected to include two naturally aspirated engines, according to insiders.