Guntherwerks Has Conceived The Ultimate 993 And It’s Called Sting

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2021 Ford F-150: Here are some of the features

An on-board generator, a workbench tailgate, and a hybrid powertrain...these are just some of the items Ford's offering on the upcoming new F-150. Find out more about them in my story at [Author: Jil McIntosh]
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Lyft’s driverless cars are back on the streets of California

The company suspended testing earlier this year in response to the pandemic
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Porsche Cayenne GTS Review: The New Fast SUV Benchmark

The most focused version of the current Cayenne does what it says on the tin, providing a noticeably sharper drive than the already irritatingly brilliant Turbo
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2020 Toyota RAV4 TRD Off-Road Review: Great for Playing in the Mud!

2020 Toyota RAV4 TRD Off-Road In Our Opinion: The 2020 Toyota RAV4 TRD Off-Road is the newest member of the automaker's TRD family. While the off-road capability is a given, we were taken back by how comfortable this RAV4 is on dry pavement. It was a pleasant surprise to discover this off-road rig was still pretty good in the city. Although we are not sold on the exterior styling, the interior is sharp and that makes up for it. Exterior Styling 74 Interior Layout 87 ...
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Lyft’s self-driving test vehicles are back on public roads in California

Lyft’s self-driving vehicle division has restarted testing on public roads in California, several months after pausing operations amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Lyft’s Level 5 program said Tuesday some of its autonomous vehicles are back on the road in Palo Alto and at its closed test track. The company has not resumed a pilot program that provided rides to Lyft employees in Palo Alto. The company said it is following CDC guidelines for personal protective equipment and surface cleaning. It has ...
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Here’s What Makes The Spartan 968 Clubsport A Special Porsche

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2021 Kia K5: Pour One Out for the Optima, Then Forget

The name Americans have come to associate with Kia’s midsize family sedan is dead, but you probably knew that already. Hopefully you’ve recovered. On Tuesday, Kia pulled the wraps off the U.S.-market K5, the automaker’s replacement for the long-running Optima (which carried the Magentis name in Canada until 2010). Riding atop a third-generation N3 platform, […] The post 2021 Kia K5: Pour One Out for the Optima, Then Forget appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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Badger Begins: Nikola Now Taking Reservations

Early adopters willing to toss cash at an exciting idea have been the lifeblood of modern-day electric vehicles. Without investors believing in Tesla and cramming its sweet cheeks full of cash, it never would have gotten to a point where it could actually manufacture cars. The same is true for the thousands of people dropping […] The post Badger Begins: Nikola Now Taking Reservations appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Tesla, Electric Vehicles, Autos, Fuel Cell, Hydrogen power, EVs, News Blog, BEVs, Trevor Milton, Electric Pickup, ZEVs, EV startups, Nikola Motor, Nikola Corporation

Style King Bentley Bentayga Goes In for a Facelift

If you detected a whiff of sarcasm in that headline, your nose wasn’t off. Yes, style and beauty is entirely subjective, but the range-topping Bentley Bentayga has never found itself at the top of any writer’s sexiest-dressed list. And that’s okay! It’s big, it’s bold, and it sells, so Bentley naturally loves anything that generates […] The post Style King Bentley Bentayga Goes In for a Facelift appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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Uber In Negotiations to Purchase Postmates

Uber Technologies is reportedly in negotiations to acquire Postmates, specifically for the purpose of incorporating the brand’s food-delivery services into Uber Eats and cashing in government lockdowns that look to ensure 2020 remains a perfectly dismal year. Our collective loss may end up being Uber’s gain, however. With constraints easing in most regions, ridership is […] The post Uber In Negotiations to Purchase Postmates appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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Krugger adds street smarts to the Triumph Scrambler

We love show bikes for their cutting edge design concepts, wild engineering and straight-line performance—but they’re not much use in the real world. On the opposite side of the spectrum, there are customs that aim for maximum usability, by cleverly blending form and function. Most builders stick to just one of those camps, but Fred ‘Krugger’ Bertrand plays at both ends of the field. The Belgian maestro has won multiple AMD World Championships, but he’s just as happy to build ‘practical’ bike...
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Plug Pulled: Byton Suspends Production, Plans Reorganization

Chinese electric car startup Byton will reportedly idle production next month as it attempts to reorganize itself. While the coronavirus emerged as a villain in this play, the issues confronting Byton actually seem pretty dire. The company isn’t just idling factories to address a health crisis, it’s shutting things down for six months while it […] The post Plug Pulled: Byton Suspends Production, Plans Reorganization appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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Check Out The Bentley Bentayga's New Continental GT-Like Rear

Bentley has revealed a facelifted version of the Bentayga SUV, with the rear being a particularly significant departure from the outgoing one
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Revisiting No-Fan NASCAR

A while back, I penned a piece describing my mixed feelings about NASCAR running without fans during the pandemic. Now, a few weeks on, I have a bit more clarity. I was worried that even with NASCAR’s safety protocols in place, the coronavirus might spread among crew. I was also worried about contact between the […] The post Revisiting No-Fan NASCAR appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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Musk to Toiling Masses: Greater Yields Mean Victory!

Tesla CEO Elon Musk is reportedly cracking the whip again, spurring his company’s workforce into a frenzy of car-building as the end of the second quarter looms. After posting a surprising first-quarter profit in early April, Tesla warned that the full weight of the coronavirus pandemic — and related lockdowns and sales implosion — would land […] The post Musk to Toiling Masses: Greater Yields Mean Victory! appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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After the Gold Rush: Rolls-Royce Ready to Embrace Minimalism

We’ve covered how mainstream automakers rose to the coronavirus challenge ad nauseum, but what about companies whose customers dream of rich mahogany and yachting off Cannes all night? Well, just like a Silicon Valley tech mogul, Rolls-Royce spent these past few months reflecting, peering deep within its soul, all to learn how to become a […] The post After the Gold Rush: Rolls-Royce Ready to Embrace Minimalism appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Design, Luxury, Autos, Silicon Valley, Rolls Royce, Cannes, Consumer Demand, News Blog, Bespoke, Buyer Preferences

Everything you need to know about the Nikola Badger

Its full unveiling is scheduled for December 2020, but in the meantime, we've learned quite a bit about it.
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Chinese EV maker Xpeng starts shipping its hotly anticipated Tesla Model 3 rival

Chinese EV maker, Xpeng, will start delivering its cheaper and rangier rival to Tesla‘s Model 3, the P7. According to a company announcement made last Sunday, Xpeng has started delivering the vehicle across China, South China Morning Post reports. If you don’t know the P7, it costs just $32,470 compared to the Model 3’s $38,350 (after subsidies), it also has 38 km more range than the Tesla. Understandably people are excited about getting a comparable vehicle for a decent discount. [Read: Don’t g...
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The Morning Watch: Making of ‘Westworld’ Season 3, The ABCs of Cinematography & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, go behind the scenes of the third season of Westworld to see how they pulled of some of the visual effects sequences, which included some help from the technology used to make The Mandalorian. Plus, learn ab...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Disney, Cars, Westworld, Pixar, Disney California Adventure Park, Disneyland, Jon Favreau, Cinematography, Disney World, Pixar Animation, Jonathan Nolan, Video Of The Day, The Morning Watch, Roger Gould

Voxan Motors Will Reveal Wattman Electric Superbike

367 Horsepower Voxan Motors showcased the first Wattman electric superbike in 2013. It was a 203 hp electric bike and crazy. Now the company has a new version and it will come out soon with 367 hp according to the company. This will help the company break the record for the fastest electric motorcycle. To do that, the motorcycle will have to travel past 205 mph. The attempt was originally scheduled in June of 2020, but COVID-19 threw a wrench in those plans. Now the motorcycle will take its att...
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Punch Electric Motorcycle Is Weird and Oddly Cool

From Minsk The weird motorcycle you see here is from a company in Minsk, Belarus. It has a simplistic design with moderate power and is made by a company called Punch Moto. According to New Atlas, the motorcycle was designed and built by the Belarusian company to be a simple commuter electric motorcycle with a supermoto-like style.  It looks like nothing else on the road, and its fully electric powertrain is slim and fits in the frame well. There’s a unique, kind of abstract artfulness to the b...
Tags: Motorcycles, North America, Minsk, Minsk Belarus, Punch Electric Motorcycle

The New Citroen C4 Is Here And Ready To Waft

Citroen has given its new C4 the full reveal treatment, following a teaser a couple of weeks ago
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iXS Reveals the Tour LT Montevideo Air S

Enduro Gloves Anyone? iXS is a German motorcycle gear manufacturer, and recently the company put out some new Tour LT Montevideo Air S enduro gloves. They look to be a pretty good option for a mere $49.95. The gloves come with goatskin, Amara textile material, and 3D Airmesh stretch fabric. This combination should provide riders with good abrasion resistance and make it suitable for the summer riding both on and off-road. There’s also Ventilated TPR protectors on the hand and knuckles to provid...
Tags: Motorcycles, Amara, Motorcycle News, Ixs, iXS Tour LT Glove Montevideo-Air S

These Are the Best BMW Adventure Motorcycles You Can Buy Right Now

Contents BMW History What Makes BMW’s Special? 2020 Adventure Lineup Our Recommended BMW’s Just hearing someone say BMW adventure motorcycles conjures up images of twisty mountain highways, steep dusty trails, vast deserts, and dense forest fire roads. BMW is the company that pioneered the adventure motorcycle segment, and it’s the first that comes to mind for most riders when adventure touring comes to mind. The Bavarian company has been expanding its adventure lineup as of late, and it no...
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Ford Ranger Packages Aim for Off-Roadability, but There’s Power to Be Had, Too

If you’re in the market for a midsize pickup and possess an irresistible urge to tackle the worst terrain you can find, chances are the most rugged variants of Chevy’s Colorado and Toyota’s Tacoma top your list of maybes. Ford would like a word. The Ranger didn’t enter the segment with the brawniest hardware in […] The post Ford Ranger Packages Aim for Off-Roadability, but There’s Power to Be Had, Too appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Accessories, Colorado, Ford, Autos, Toyota, Chevy, Trucks, Engines, Ranger, Tacoma, Off-road, Ford Performance, Ford Ranger, News Blog, Midsize Pickups, Equipment Packages

New Ducati Scrambler accessories announced - IAB Report

A bunch of new Ducati Scrambler accessories have been announced. Customers can...
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QOTD: Nowhere to Hide?

Like the server who came to your table that one time, Ford’s 2021 F-150 boasts many appealing attributes — so many, in fact, it may have you thinking about ditching your current ride for a new one. Evolutionary on the outside and innovative within, the next-gen pickup offers owners ample space for both sleeping and […] The post QOTD: Nowhere to Hide? appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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BMW to Expand Rental Program to U.S. and Other Markets

The Service Is Growing in 2020 Few things seem to be going right in 2020, but one bit of good news is that BMW plans to expand its Rent a Ride service to more markets. Right now the service is only available in Europe, but the Bavarian motorcycle company plans to expand to 100 rental partners in 12 countries by the end of 2020.  This is a large undertaking, but it’s certainly doable. BMW has thousands of dealerships all across the globe, and it can utilize this network to make the most of its R...
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Daimler-backed Momenta says its robotaxis will be fully driverless and profitable in 2024

In China and the U.S., there’s much debate about when and how humans will achieve fully autonomous robotaxis at scale — cars that chauffeur passengers under complex road conditions without safety drivers behind the wheel. Many pieces are needed to make this happen: mammoth amounts of test data, advanced algorithms, strong operational teams, big checks from investors, local policy support, to name a handful. Until that day arrives, the bold claims from players in the field seem mostly out of reac...
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