Mercedes GLC-Class EV, Polestar 5: Car News Headlines

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Mercedes-Benz is out testing an electric compact crossover that will form part of the GLC-Class family, and the latest spy footage depicts an AMG-tuned version. The new crossover will replace the EQC sold overseas when it arrives on the market in 2025.

Polestar used a prototype of its upcoming 5 sedan to demonstrate high-speed charging capability that can add 200 miles of range in around 10 minutes. The prototype was fitted with a battery from Israeli company StoreDot for the demo, though the 5 will feature a different battery when it enters production next year.

A McLaren F1 driven just 254 miles in the three decades since it left the factory is currently up for sale. The current owner bought the car in 2021 for a bit over $20 million and has only added 11 miles since then.

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

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McLaren F1 with just 254 miles on the clock can be yours

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Bentley Bentayga Apex Edition dons carbon-fiber wheels

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