You get your morning brief on the 2023 Volkswagen Amarok, the Porsche 911 GT3 special edition, and the Audi RS7 exclusive edition

A report by the White House says Tesla superchargers will be updated later this year so that non-Tesla vehicles can also use them. With the aim of producing 250,000 new chargers annually, the project will cost $700 million from the private sector.

In addition to everything being set up in South Africa, Volkswagen is hoping North America will be able to manufacture the second-generation Amarok pickup truck as well.  With a fresh design, the new pickup is bigger than ever and is engineered for practicality.

Expect more cargo capacity, a 772 lbs (350 kg) static load capacity, and an upgraded interior. With a maximum output of 298 horsepower, there are four diesel engines and one petrol.

There are only 23 lucky buyers available to get a Special RS7 Exclusive edition. Performance figures and 0-60 time remain the same as the regular RS7.

A special edition model adds a unique Mamba Black pearl effect paint, blue calipers, and other “blue” accents. Audi says the final sticker price will be determined by dealers.

To mark the 30th anniversary of the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup series, this special 911 GT3 is a road-going Supercup racecar. This car comes in eight colors and features a special livery.

In celebration of the 30th anniversary, the number 30 is displayed around the body and door-side armrests in a complex mesh pattern spread evenly. In the HiPhi Z, Human Horizons introduces a “ultra-futuristic digital GT.”

This car looks like something out of a Sci-Fi movie and is equipped with an AI companion called HiPhi Bot, which can automatically adjust driving and passenger experiences.

A 120kWh battery pack enables the EV to go 0-62 mph in 3.8 seconds, and its 4,066 individual LED lights interact with the environment.

With the unveiling of a drivable prototype of the second-generation VW Phaeton, VW has commemorated the anniversary of the (unfortunately) discontinued Phaeton.

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