Hyundai Ioniq 5 N 2023, McLaren GT 2021, Audi Grandsphere Idea: Automobile information headlines
The rise of the electric hot hatch is coming. The 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N was spotted during tests on public roads outside the Nürburgring. With wider track, larger wheels and brakes. stickier tires and lower suspension, the Ioniq 5 N could become the first electric hot hatch, ushering in and possibly defining a new era for enthusiasts.
With a new concept called Grandsphere, Audi is rethinking the electric sedan from the inside out. While the exterior looks like a modern take on a Mazda RX-8, the interior is the star of the show. The cabin maximizes the use of space to provide a premium airline seating experience with the vehicle driving itself and the steering wheel and pedals stowed away.
McLaren stuffed a supercar into a grand tourer and we love it. However, it’s not as strong a case for everyday usability as McLaren could hope, given that the cargo space under the hatch is very short. It also has some Supersport quirks like Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, no park button and separate controls for motor and suspension mode. Still, it’s a nice GT with a supercar drivetrain.
You can find these stories and more on today’s auto news, right here at Motor Authority.
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