2024 Toyota Land Cruiser, 2025 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N: Today’s Car News

2024 Toyota Land Cruiser, 2025 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N: Today’s Car News

The redesigned Toyota Land Cruiser goes on sale this spring for under $60,000, and we’ve just tested one. The latest Land Cruiser is smaller and less powerful than before, but it is also very light and this has resulted in significant efficiency gains.

Hyundai N’s performance division has launched its first electric car in the form of the Ioniq 5 N, and we’ve also tested one. The high-performance compact crossover benefits from a widened track, stiffer suspension, and bigger wheels and brakes over the stock Ioniq 5. There’s also more power.

Aston Martin’s successor to the DBS has been spotted ahead of an expected debut in the second half of the year. The new car appears to share a bit of architecture with the DBS, but under the hood should be the same turbocharged V-12 found in the outgoing model, perhaps with more power.

You will find these and other news in today’s car news, right here at the Motor Authority.

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