2024 Subaru WRX TR, Ford EV delays: Today’s Car News

Subaru has launched a hotter version of its WRX, but it isn’t the WRX STI. Instead it’s a new grade called the WRX TR, and its modifications are focused on improving the handling of the compact sport sedan.

Ford is delaying key EV programs like its T3 full-size pickup truck and a three-row SUV that may wear an Explorer badge. In the meantime, the automaker will focus on adding a hybrid option to most vehicles in its lineup, including potentially the Mustang and Bronco.

Bentley is working on an update for the Continental GT, and a prototype for the convertible has been spotted. The updated range will no longer offer a W-12 engine, and will likely end up with hybrid powertains only.

You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.

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