Ford F-150 Lightning 2022, Acura TLX Type S 2021, VW ID.X concept: today’s car news
Ford’s battery-powered electric F-150 Lightning has been revealed, and with a starting price of less than $ 40,000. That’s not bad considering that even the base model will have 426 horsepower and an estimated range of 230 miles. The high-end models will have 563 hp on tap.
Acura’s TLX Type S hits showrooms this month and we’ve just put one to the test. The beautiful sports sedan appeals as an affordable everyday driver with a sporty twist, but it lacks the track chops of European rivals.
Volkswagen CEO teased an electric heated hatch concept dubbed ID.X. It’s based on the ID.3 compact hatch sold overseas, but weighs 440 pounds less. It is also more powerful than the last Golf R.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s automotive news, here at Motor authority.
2022 Ford F-150 Lightning arrives for $ 39,974, targets work rather than party tricks
First test drive: 2021 Acura TLX Type S excels on the streets, falls flat on the track
VW ID.X concept teases 328-horsepower electric heated hatch
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Mercedes-Benz hydrogen semi-electric begins testing
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