This week, the 2024 Kia EV9 came out with a boxy shape and style, a new Mercedes-Benz EQG was tested in cold temperatures while the GMA T.50 supercar started to be manufactured. That’s all the important news that happened in AutoMotorMart this Week in Reverse!
Kia revealed the brand-new 2024 EV9 car during an online event, and it looks just like what they said in the concept. It can fit up to 6 or 7 people inside and the two chairs at the back can turn around all the way to 180 degrees.
Lamborghini detailed the new version of their Aventador supercar which is powered by a V12 engine and can be plugged in. This car, called LB744, will have a very strong and light body made mostly out of carbon fiber. The front part was specially designed with Formula 1 style carbon fiber cones to make it extra stiff and light.
The new Mercedes-Benz EQG SUV is being tested on roads in Europe for cold weather conditions. It looks exactly like its internal-combustion-powered “brother” with its boxy design and round headlights.
The 2024 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe has been unveiled to the public just before the 2023 GLC-Class is released this spring. The Coupe model has a slimmer look due to its faster roofline and will be released after the regular version of the car.
The GMA T.50 supercar, which is powered by a V-12 engine, has started its production process. Since it was displayed for the first time more than two years ago, it is now being manufactured at GMA’s factory in Dunsfold, U.K. Only 100 of these cars will be built and another 25 of their track-focused counterpart (dubbed T.50s Niki Lauda) will also be made available to the public.