The next-generation 7 Series will be available with four drivetrain variants: gasoline, diesel, plug-in hybrid and full electric, BMW CEO Oliver Zipse said at the automaker's Annual Accounts Press Conference in March 2020.
Subaru will introduce a new Sport version of the Crosstrek for 2021 that will get a 2.5-liter engine instead of the standard 2.0-liter, Subaru of America CEO Tom Doll said, noting that the 2.5 engine also will go into the Limited version of the crossover.
Under the British exotic brand's Longtail nomenclature, the 765LT is powered by a twin-turbo, V-8 engine with 755 hp and 590 pound-feet of torque, compared with the standard 720S's 710 hp and 537 pound-feet of torque.
When the heavily re-engineered, eighth-generation Volkswagen Golf arrives in the U.S. next year, just two versions of the long-running sporty hatchback will be available: the GTI and the high-performance Golf R.
The next-generation pickup, due out later this year as a 2021 model, features what appears to be more stacked headlights, more horizontal fog lamps and a grille that closely mimics the midsize Ranger pickup.
The refreshed three-row Q7 crossover features additional torque from a new 3.0-liter V-6 engine, a new front spoiler and an upgraded infotainment system that more closely follows the design of the Q8 crossover, along with an upgraded suite of safety and driver assistance systems.
The freshened Honda Civic Type R hot hatch receives new exterior and interior touches for 2020, in addition to a tweaked suspension, upgraded brakes and standard Honda Sensing safety and driver-assistance technology.