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We’re just a few days away from the reveal of Mclaren’s latest car, a track vehicle of some sort, but new spy shots give us a sneak peek at the new car. It’s unquestionably based on the McLaren 570S and its Sports Series variants. It also looks like a pretty hardcore machine. We can tell this is the car McLaren has been teasing the last few weeks because it has the same top-mounted exhaust, and the same taillights and extreme diffuser. There are a number of details we weren’t able to see in the teaser images, though....Continue reading »

Hyundai Motor Group and AUDI AG have entered into a multi-year patent cross-licensing agreement, covering a broad range of fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) components and technologies. Under the new partnership, the world’s fifth-largest auto-making group and the German premium car maker will make joint efforts in developing FCEVs, to lead the automotive industry to a more sustainable future. The cross-license agreement has been signed between Hyundai Motor Company – the Group’s flagship car-making unit – and Audi but also covers...Continue reading »

NIO will be showcasing its Performance Programme vehicles for the first time in Europe during the ‘Festival of Speed – The Silver Jubilee’ event at Goodwood House, England, 12th – 15th July 2018. The world’ fastest electric car, the NIO EP9, shall be taking on the event’s iconic Hillclimb challenge when Scottish racing driver, Peter Dumbreck, shall be reunited with the EP9 in which he broke the lap record at the Nürburgring Nordschleife on 12th May 2017 with a time of 6:45.90 minutes. The NIO Formula E Team’s 2018-2019...Continue reading »

When the current Mustang was introduced, one of the biggest upgrades was the more powerful V8 engine. Eager to rev and fantastic to listen to, it was only overshadowed by the introduction of an independent rear suspension. But when the Shelby GT350 arrived, its exotic 5.2-liter, flat-plane crank V8 with an 8250-RPM redline forced the more mundane GT and its engine into the background. Even after a 2018 refresh granted the car 25 more horsepower, the GT350 still gets the bulk of powertrain praise. Thing is, we should really be paying more...Continue reading »

The 2019 Shelby GT350 doesn’t look much different than its predecessor. Ford says its customers were happy with the car’s muscly flanks and cascading hood, so the exterior remains largely unchanged. But Ford’s engineers couldn’t keep their hands off the ‘Stang, calibrating the car’s suspension and aero bits for improved performance, and even better handling. “Our end goal was to make the car better on the racetrack,” says Carl Widmann, the GT350’s chief engineer. “We want the car to flatter novice drivers, and reward...Continue reading »

Series production of the first purely electric Porsche Mission E is set to begin next year. In preparation, the vehicle previously operating under the working title “Mission E” has now been given its official name: Taycan. The name can be roughly translated as “lively young horse,” referencing the imagery at the heart of the Porsche crest, which has featured a leaping steed since 1952. “Our new electric sports car is strong and dependable; it’s a vehicle that can consistently cover long distances and that epitomizes freedom,”...Continue reading »

Jeep has finally revealed the refreshed 2019 Jeep Renegade compact crossover SUV. So far, only the exterior has been shown, and it does reveal a number of differences from the current model. At the front, we can see the Renegade now has available LED headlights similar to those offered on the Wrangler. The individual grille slats are wider with slimmer chrome bezels, which help to give it a more aggressive look. The front bumper has been completely redesigned, with the fog lights appearing to be bigger, and they now sit in the main lower...Continue reading »

Each decade seems to have its own family-car-of-the-moment. For the 2010s, it’s undoubtedly the mid-size crossover. And in 2018, these mid-size crossovers are very often powered by 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engines. That makes this 2018 Jaguar F-Pace 30t a very normal car. Which is a strange thing for a Jaguar—this is a brand whose reputation was built on cars that were never quite mainstream. But for an automaker to survive today, it has to build a car like this, especially if it wants to compete with other luxury...Continue reading »

Do you have a junk car sitting in your garage? After finding out how much you’d have to spend to get it fixed, you’ve probably decided it’s not even worth it anymore. Now that you have this vehicle sitting in your garage, you’ll likely want to figure out what to do with it because you don’t want it to sit there while it continues to collect dust forever. Attempt to Fix It on Your Own If you can’t afford to pay to have the vehicle fixed because it needs to have a lot of work done to it, you could consider it a do-it-yourself...Continue reading »

At today’s Annual General Meeting, Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG, Harald Krüger, unveiled an initial design concept for the BMW iNEXT. From what we’re looking, it could be a crossover, hatchback or sedan, but we will see the Vision Vehicle concept later this year as a preview for the road-ready vehicle. The all-electric BMW iNEXT will be built at Plant Dingolfing from 2021. The company’s new technology flagship incorporates all major strategic areas of innovation including the self-driving tech. BMW is working...Continue reading »