Month: July 2023

The Tesla Cybertruck could be the zeitgeist of this decade’s automotive culture, given the endless conversations around it. With limited official information available, car spotters, drone operators, and media and industry experts have several predictions about the electric truck. In a new Munro Live episode, teardown specialists Sandy Munro and Cory Steuben speculate about the
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Audi will equip its upcoming Q6 E-Tron with lights whose pattern changes depending on the situation or wishes of the owner, the automaker announced on Monday. The electric compact crossover, which has been plagued by software development issues that have held back its launch by more than a year, will feature Audi’s second-generation OLEDs for
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Professional driver Randy Pobst has nearly 100 road race wins, but none of them have been off-road. On this episode of BFGoodrich’s The Racing Line presented by Tire Rack (http://www.tirerack.com), Randy takes the role of the student and learns off-road–driving techniques from BFG Pro Driver John Williams. Will Randy still be the fastest man when
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The emergence of U.S. government industrial policy designed to slash greenhouse gas emissions will push the country’s most polluting and carbon-intensive sectors to hydrogen as their fuel choice. By subsidizing the production of clean hydrogen, the government is encouraging its use by the steel, cement, iron, ammonia, petrochemical and specialty fuel industries. Combined, heavy industry
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Volkswagen and Xpeng’s jointly developed electric vehicles will use Xpeng’s G9 ‘Edward’ platform, in a boost for the Chinese startup that analysts said could lift its sales and profitability. Xpeng will also receive so-called technology service revenue from Volkswagen from next year onwards, overturning a four-decade-old model of foreign automakers charging their Chinese partners for
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Laurence Edmondson, F1 EditorJul 30, 2023, 11:25 AM ET Close • Joined ESPN in 2009• An FIA accredited F1 journalist since 2011 SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS, Belgium — Max Verstappen‘s march towards a third world championship continued at the Belgian Grand Prix with his 10th win of the season, his eighth in a row and a 22.3-second victory margin over
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Once considered a niche environmental play as the automotive industry focused on battery-electric and fuel cell vehicles, hydrogen internal combustion engines have gained renewed attention as a green vehicle technology. A pending European Union regulatory change would classify heavy-duty trucks using the engines — which burn hydrogen to push pistons — as zero-emission vehicles. That
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“Jay Leno’s Garage” has featured a wide variety of cars, but this 1923 McFarlan Model 154 Knickerbocker Cabriolet is truly one of a kind. The car is part of California’s Nethercutt Collection, and Vice President Cameron Richards believes it’s the only surviving example. Originally based in Connersville, Indiana, McFarlan was a carriage builder that moved
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