Afeela electric sedan, VW ID.7: today’s car news

Honda and Sony have partnered to launch new EV brand Afeela and the first model has been unveiled. It’s a sleek sedan, due for launch in 2025, including here in the US, where it’s likely to be built.

Volkswagen’s ID.Buzz minivan is finally hitting US dealerships later this year, and will soon be followed by the ID.7 mid-size sedan, of which a prototype has just been spotted. Both models are part of VW’s plan to bring ten electric vehicles to market by 2026.

Chevrolet’s Silverado EV is undergoing testing ahead of its launch this fall. A new video shows some of the towing tests performed, in this case using the base version of the Work Truck, aimed at commercial buyers.

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

Sony-Honda EV brand called Afeela starts with sedan

2024 Volkswagen ID.7 spy footage

Chevy shares insight into 2024 Silverado EV tow tests

The 2023 Honda Accord Hybrid starts at $32,990 and goes up to 48mpg

The BMW i Vision Dee concept teases New Class digital technology

GM is raising the price of the 2023 Chevy Bolt EV as it receives a $7,500 tax credit

BMW is expanding feature subscriptions in the US – and it’s not all bad

Mercedes-Benz extends sunroof recall for C-Class, E-Class

2024 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class coupe spy footage

Pre-owned PHEV prices increased prior to eligibility for the $4,000 tax credit