Though they were never officially imported into America, the first Range Rovers, which started production in 1970, had just a pair of doors. They were quite utilitarian and spartan. This exclusive, luxurious, all-new two-door is anything but.
With looks and power borrowed from the aggressive AMG GT sports coupe, and underpinnings and interior tech borrowed from the elegant E-Class executive sedan, this swoopy four-door may be the best of both worlds.
Porsche is working on a full line of sporty pure-electric vehicles. This high-riding hatchback five-door is what a future battery-powered Porsche SUV might look like, with an outrageous 600 horsepower and a 300-mile range.
BMW has been teasing versions of an all-new iteration of its big 8-Series for some time. Now, it has shown this handsome new four-door, high-output version which seems to augur a more finalized design language.
This stunning five-passenger all-wheel-drive crossover is Jaguar’s first all-electric vehicle. It can travel 240 miles on a single charge and accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in an intense 4.5 seconds, about as fast as the brand’s F-Type sports car.