2023 Chevy Corvette Z06, 2022 Toyota GR86, Ford Bronco Riptide: Automotive information headlines

Chevrolet is testing two new versions of its C8 Corvette. One of them is the racetrack-oriented Z06, where you can be sure to pack a new V-8 with a flat-tarpaulin crank. The other is a hybrid, a variant expected with all-wheel drive and the name E-Ray.

Toyota has redesigned its ’86 sports car for 2022. The new one, bearing the new name GR86, has grown in performance and refinement, yet still has all of the attributes we love about the old car.

Ford continues to tease new accessories for the Bronco, many of which are already available at dealerships. The latest teaser comes in the form of the Bronco Riptide, which, as the name suggests, is designed for beach goers.

You can find these stories and more on today’s auto news, right here at Motor Authority.

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