2023 Honda CR-V, 2022 Polestar 2, Pininfarina Battista: in the present day’s automobile information

The redesigned Honda CR-V 2023 was spotted in tests with a light layer of camouflage. The design will take an evolutionary step forward with influences from the latest Accord sedan, and the size appears to be increasing too.

Polestar has lowered the price of the Polestar 2 for its second year in the electric hatchback market by adding a new single-engine variant. With the current dual-motor variant, the performance is lower, but the range has increased.

Two years after unveiling a prototype, Pininfarina has finally shown a Battista electric hypercar ready for mass production. There’s also a video that gives us a taste of the distinctive sound that Pininfarina has created for the car.

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

2023 Honda CR-V Spy Shots: Redesign for popular crossover is coming

2022 Polestar 2 adds base model with single engine, 265 mile range

Production-ready Pininfarina Battista debuts at Monterey Car Week 2021

Chevrolet Corvette Stingray 2021 put to the test

Mercedes is expanding the vehicle-to-infrastructure warning system to include pothole detection

Rivian targets Texas as the second electric truck factory

2022 Lincoln Navigator teased with Aviator-style headlights

Audi A4 test report 2021

McLaren signs Tanner Foust for the Extreme E-Team

Study links fine dust pollution through exhaust pipes with dementia and Alzheimer’s

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