2024 Ford Mustang, BMW New Class, Ineos EV: Today’s car news

A redesigned Ford Mustang is coming next year. We’ve already seen the prototype and now the Ford Mustang has provided a sound clip of the GT variant. Judging by the clip, it looks like the Pony car will continue to deliver a manual transmission and V-8 engine.

The BMW Group is building a new platform for its next-generation electric vehicles. Known as the Neue Klasse, the platform will make its first car in 2025, a BMW car in the 3-Series segment. A car plant is under construction in Hungary.

Production of the Ineos Grenadier SUV begins at a plant in France in July, after which we see Ineos launch a Grenadier pickup truck and an electric car. The EV will be smaller than the Grenadier and will feature a unique platform, yet it will have off-roaders with workhorse DNA like its older brother.

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

Listen to the sound of 2024 Ford Mustang GT V-8 with manual transmission

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