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2024 BMW 5-Series Touring, Lexus RZ F: Today’s Car News

BMW’s latest 5-Series spawned its wagon body style. The new longroof is unlikely to reach the U.S., but overseas it will go on sale in May and offer buyers the choice of gas, plug-in hybrid, and electric powertrains. A high-performance M5 version is also in the pipeline.

Lexus hasn’t launched a dedicated F performance vehicle in a decade but one might be coming based on the RZ electric compact crossover. A trademark application for the RZ F name has been discovered, hinting that Lexus may be planning more performance EVs beyond its already confirmed electric supercar.

Toyota will build an electric three-row SUV at its plant in Kentucky likely starting in 2025. There’s also a good chance a Lexus twin will be built at the plant, as Lexus has already presented a concept for an electric three-row SUV.

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

2024 BMW 5-Series wagon revealed in gas and electric guises

Lexus RZ F trademark hints at high-performance electric SUV

Toyota to build electric 3-row SUV in Kentucky

Review: 2024 Lexus TX 3-row SUV fits a family, finally

Pininfarina launches certification program for classic cars

US Choice Hotels will soon add thousands of Tesla chargers

New Porsches face delays at ports due to customs issue

Honda recalls 750,000 cars for airbag issue unrelated to Takata

Gas-powered 2025 Mini Cooper and Cooper S grades debut

Ford seeks smaller, lower-cost EVs to rival $25,000 Tesla, China

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