Our first story comes from BMW, debuting an update of their iconic 3 Series sport sedan…

The internal-combustion 3 Series gets a little stronger for 2025. M340i models gain an improved powertrain: a turbo 3.0-liter inline-six engine paired with a 48-volt mild-hybrid system. Horsepower and torque have risen slightly to 386 and 398 respectively.

New chassis tuning has reportedly improved handling. Inside, the dual-screen setup is now powered by BMW Operating System 8.5. The 2025 M3 Competition with xDrive all-wheel drive sees a 20-horsepower increase, now 523 overall.

Following up on our previous report of Porsche’s 911 hybrid, full details have emerged, along with the 992 generation’s first major refresh, including a new T-Hybrid powertrain. Found on the GTS model, this system uses a 3.6-liter boxer engine and a pair of electric motors; total output is rated at 532 horsepower and 449 pound-feet of torque. Changes to the 911’s iconic styling are limited. Inside, you’ll find a fully-digital instrument cluster and a start/stop button instead of a key…but still located to the left of the steering wheel.

And our final big news comes from the Big Apple, where Jeep unveiled the all-new and all-electric Wagoneer S, their first global battery-electric SUV.

It’s powered by a 100-kWh battery pack and a pair of electric motors, combining for 600 horsepower and six-hundred seventeen 617 lb-ft of torque. Jeep estimates over 300 miles of range on a full charge. Built on STLA-Large unibody platform, the Wagoner S is actually closer in size to a Grand Cherokee, measuring out to about 192 inches in length. Arriving later this year, it’s expected to start around $72,000.

And that’s it for this week’s Motor News.