Like other marquee luxury brands, Bugatti is dipping its toes into the electric waters, reviving one of its classic models, but with a twist. To celebrate the storied brand's 110th birthday, instead of shoehorning a battery pack into a classic car, or creating a wild new electric concept with lines reminiscent of an old car, Bugatti is reviving a model that the company's founder, Ettore Bugatti, built in 1926 for his son Roland, the Bugatti Baby. The Baby was a running, child-sized replica of the Bugatti Type 35 racecar. The new Baby II will have electric power, and like its forebear is...
VW widens electric net, Karma Vision, FCA emissions recall: Today's Car News
Volkswagen dramatically expanded its already big plans for electric cars. Karma released its vision for the next 10 years with three new or updated models. FCA will recall more than 860,000 gas-powered cars for failing on-road emissions tests. And our latest Twitter poll shows which versions of the...Eric C. Evarts