Toyota electric truck, last gas-powered Quadrifoglios: Car News Headlines

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Toyota is almost ready to launch an electric pickup truck. A senior executive confirmed that an electric version of the Hilux global midsize pickup truck will be launched next year, and while it’s almost certain to never reach these shores, Toyota has hinted at launching an electric Tacoma.

Alfa Romeo launched special versions of its Giulia Quadrifoglio and Stelvio Quadrifoglio to mark the end of the vehicles’ run, and the automaker has confirmed that they will be the last Quadrifoglios to feature a gas engine. The Quadrifoglio treatment won’t be canceled but in the future will likely be used for an EV.

Dubai’s W Motors, the maker of the Lykan Hypersport and Lykan Supersport, is back with plans for another supercar, this time powered by batteries. The company announced that it will tap the U.K.’s Everrati for the supply of EV technology for the supercar.

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

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