2023 Honda Pilot, GM’s next-gen V8, 2024 Toyota Tacoma: The Week In Reverse

We drove the 2023 Honda Pilot TrailSport, GM announced a major investment in its next-generation V8 engines, and the 2024 Toyota Tacoma’s design has been leaked thanks to patent drawings. It’s the week in reverse, right here at Motor Authority.

We followed Jeep Wranglers up some smooth, snow-covered rocks in the 2023 Honda Pilot TrailSport. While it’s by no means a Jeep, the pilot showed us on our first stint behind the wheel that it’s more off-road capable than ever. With the new Pilot TrailSport, getting to the trailhead shouldn’t be a problem.

The 2024 Polestar 2 debuted with more range and a single-engine, rear-wheel-drive model replacing the front-wheel-drive model in the lineup. Along with the extra range comes more power across the board. The 2024 model will arrive later this year.

General Motors committed to spend $845 million on four US manufacturing facilities to build its next-generation small-block V-8 engines. The engines, likely destined for pickup trucks and SUVs, should feature advanced fuel-saving technologies including cylinder deactivation.

A 1990 Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary Edition turned up and will be auctioned. This particular Countach has 155 miles on the odometer making it one of the freshest examples around.

The look of the 2024 Toyota Tacoma may have come into focus long before its official unveiling, thanks to leaked patent drawings from Brazil. The next-gen pickup looks like a cross between today’s Tacoma and the newest Tundra.