We test drove the 2022 Honda Civic Si and the BMW Concept XM, as well as the 2024 Volkswagen ID.Buzz. We are in Week in Reverse. Motor Authority.
It was a pleasure to drive the new 2022 Honda Civic Si. You can enjoy everyday happiness with the Civic Si’s powerful turbo-powered engine, sturdy structure, and precise suspension tuning.
Ford teased the 2022 Broncoraptor once again. This time, it was seen in a video. YouTube uploaded the video. The Bronco NationA Bronco Raptor in action at an off-road track. As the Bronco Raptor takes to the trails, the turbocharged V-6 is clearly heard whistling. We also get an excellent look at how the suspension has been upgraded and absorbs certain impacts.
BMW presented the Concept M to preview the upcoming plug-in hybrid SUV, which will be the M’s flagship vehicle. The Concept XM, which features a controversial design, is a glimpse at the PHEV’s potential power outputs of 750 hp, 737 lbft of torque, and a range of 30 miles. In 2022, it will go into production at BMW Spartanburg’s South Carolina plant.
Volvo intends to replace the popular XC90 crossover SUV by a new model. This might be known as the Embla. Volvo CEO Hakan Samuelsson told Automotive NewsA new name for the replacement of the XC90 would be chosen, which would begin with a vowel. Report from DriveVolvo claimed it had filed in October for a trademark to the Embla name.
The 2023 Volkswagen ID.Buzz was being tested on cold roads. The VW electric Microbus successor was almost unnoticeable, with the exception of the camouflage stickers covering the lights. A couple of fake elements were added on the outside to confuse the eye, but you shouldn’t be expecting many surprises in the final model’s design.