2023 BMW 3-Series, 2023 Land Rover Defender, Chiron Super Sport dyno run: Today’s Car News

BMW’s 3-Series has undergone its mid-cycle update. The exterior design hasn’t changed much but inside there’s a new digital dash with an infotainment screen that measures 14.9 inches. Production for the U.S. will also be handled exclusively at a BMW Group plant in Mexico.

A stretched Land Rover Defender is coming soon and will likely offer V-8 power. To be called the Defender 130, the stretched Defender will offer seating for up to eight and will be sold in the U.S. from the 2023 model year.

Bugatti has gained access to a dynamometer designed for high-performance cars with all-wheel-drive systems. Its first model tested was the Chiron Super Sport which was shown to be more powerful than advertised.

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

2023 BMW 3-Series receives nip and tuck with upgraded technology

2023 Land Rover Defender 130 debuts May 31, promises seating for 8

Bugatti Chiron Super Sport produces 1,596 hp on the dyno

2023 Subaru Legacy sedan updated with fresh face, improved tech

2023 BMW X5 spy shots and video: Mild facelift pegged for popular SUV

Stella Vita electric RV aims to get the most miles from solar

Mercedes-Benz Maybach Haute Voiture concept brings high fashion to the car

Hyundai Sonata recalled again for fuel leak risk

2023 Audi RS 5 gains Competition Package option with 180-mph top speed

VW’s Scout EV brand a surprise to dealers: Will it try to bypass them for Tesla-like sales model?

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