Audi has a trio of concepts that preview the design language and technologies we can look forward to in the automaker’s upcoming electric vehicles. The first of these is a sports car with a configurable wheelbase and hidden steering wheel.
Audi will shortly bring a twin of the Volkswagen ID.6 X electric crossover to the Chinese market. Audi’s version is called the Q5 E-Tron, and the first photos have appeared on a Chinese government website.
BMW’s X3 electric crossover sold overseas has received a few updates. The updates are the same as those introduced across the X3 range for model year 2022, and include tweaks to the exterior design and a new dashboard modeled after that of the latest 4 Series.
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