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The Latest In Automotive Technology: 2024 Toyota Tacoma, Porsche Supercar And Mazda CX-90—A Week in Review

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This week at AutoMotorMart, we got a glimpse of the 2024 Toyota Tacoma, heard about an upcoming Porsche supercar and drove the new Mazda CX-90.

Toyota announced a new hybrid option for their Tacoma truck in 2024. The next-generation Tacoma looks like a mix between the current small pickup and the larger Tundra trucks. It will be the first new Tacoma to come out in almost ten years!

Recently, new information was released about the electric Ram 1500 truck that’s coming out in 2025. It’s reported to be able to travel a distance of 500 miles on one charge and can tow up to 14,000 pounds. Plus, you’ll be able to carry up to 2,700 pounds with it. You can plan on buying this electric truck from dealers late next year.

Rumors that Porsche was working on a supercar powered by a flat-8 engine were confirmed recently. An employee from Porsche stated that the car had a 5.0-liter, twin turbocharged flat-8 engine with 750 horsepower and 738 pounds of torque connected to it, plus a manual transmission. The car was made using parts from a Cayman model but the project was suddenly stopped.

We test-drove the 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQE SUV. This electric luxury crossover is equipped with some of the newest safety and entertainment features. When we took a ride, we noticed it was super comfy for five people to sit on, but there wasn’t much space in the back for storing stuff.

We drove the 2024 Mazda CX-90 and it felt like a luxurious car. Mazda is trying to change its image so that they can be part of higher-end brands and this shows through in the CX-90’s interior, how it feels while driving, and its price. The CX-90 is better than most other normal cars but doesn’t have as many features or power as more expensive luxury cars.

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