- They would like to see 1 million public charging points by 2024 and 3 million by 2029.
- It even has an elevator.
- Fittipaldi, who made his F1 debut subbing for the injured Romain Grosjean at the end of 2020, will remain as Haas’s reserve driver.
- Petrolhead alert: it's a diesel hatch.
- Formula 1 has announced that the third season of Netflix’s ‘Drive to Survive’ documentary series will be released on 19 March.
- Porsche is staying tight-lipped about the debut date.
- Red Bull will reveal its Formula 1 challenger next week, with the team announcing a February 23 launch for its 2021 car.
- Could this be the upcoming Mondeo replacement?
- Electronic Arts (EA) has completed its £856 million takeover of F1 video game developer Codemasters.
- via autocar.co.ukLast year was the most turbulent for global car sales since the 2008 financial crisis. We analyse who benefited from the chaos – and who sufferedCovid-19 dominated the headlines last year and, unsurprisingly, wreaked havoc with global new car markets in 2020, preliminary figures from analysis firm Jato Dynamics reveal. The top 11 global markets sold 7.71 million fewer cars in 2020 (taking into account the output of 30 factories of typical 250,000 units-per-year size) than in 2019 for an un
- via autocar.co.ukBMW aspire to lead the hot hatch pack
The front-driven 1 Series arrives as the ‘ultimate front-driving machine’, a hot hatch out to quash the Focus ST and Mégane RS 300. So does it?
Now seems like a bold time to be launching a new kind of hot hatchback. If it’s a particularly special or brilliant kind – say, the Toyota GR Yaris, which is probably both – it’ll no doubt be fine. If it has drive batteries and electric motors as well as a combustion engine,
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