Tue. Nov 29th, 2022

We drove the 2023 Honda Civic Type R, the Z06 Chevrolet Corvette hit the dyno, and Lucid provided an update on the Gravity. It’s reverse week, right here at the Motor Authority.

We slid behind the wheel of the 2023 Honda Ciivc Type R on a soaking wet track and found the hot hatch all the way up. With more power, a revised suspension and a sleeker design, the latest Type R hot hatch puts a smile on your face without being garish to look at.

Genesis unveiled the X Convertible concept in Malibu. The stunning electric drop-top concept is the latest iteration of the X Speedium and X Concept range that anticipates the carmaker’s future design language.

The 2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 was strapped to a dyno and produced 610hp and 419Nm of torque at the wheels. That compares to the factory 670 hp and 460 lb-ft at the crank. The test goes to show the impressive performance Chevrolet got from the high-voltage naturally aspirated V-8 engine.

The redesigned 2023 Toyota Prius lineup made its debut with more power, higher mpg and an attractive design. The sleek hybrid is now said to achieve up to 57 combined mpg and boost power from a melding 121hp to 194hp.

The Lucid Gravity electric SUV has come under fire with a production date set for 2024, according to the auto startup. With three rows of seats for up to eight passengers, Gravity will be a large crossover based on the Air sedan platform.

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