- Until Tesla Smart Summon becomes popular, we might see such scenes more often.
- If it stays true to the recent patent drawings and this rendering, then it’s going to be quite a looker.
- The 17-year-old coupe still surprises.
- Fernando Alonso will take no part in Alpine's 2021 F1 car launch next week.
- It sports a spot for the self-driving sensors on the roof.
- Ferrari F1 chief Binotto is planning to skip some races once again this season.
- Estonian driver wins five of the 10 stages to claim overall victory; Toyota secondOtt Tanak’s Hyundai career may not have always yielded the results he was hoping for when he joined as reigning champion last year, but the Arctic Rally Finland – which joined the championship at short notice after Sweden was pulled due to Covid restrictions – was as close to perfect as it got.
“Finland is the home territory of Toyota, so to win here, on a brand new rally, feels very special
- The alleged carryover chassis has been spotted as well.
- Formula 1 expects to have a Grand Prix in Saudi Arabia for at least 10 years, according to the executive in charge of the calendar.
- A report states that an E-segment saloon is coming from the Italian marque.
- One of the legends of rallying, Hannu Mikkola, best known for winning for Ford and Audi, passed away on Friday. He was 78.
- "It's all about the Charlottes"
We meet a man who runs a home-charger sharing service that could revolutionise electric vehicle charging"It’s all about the Charlottes,” says Joel Teague, CEO of Co Charger, a new company that claims to have the answer to that rather large elephant in the EV room: how to charge your car at home when you don’t have a charger, never mind a driveway.
According to Co Charger, at least 40% of UK residents live in properties where installing a private
- You could snatch up a 5 Turbo for just £10,350 (in 1990)
The Peugeot 205 GTi and first Volkswagen Golf GTI have been written into car folklore, so why hasn’t their Renault contemporary?Now that we’ve seen the new Renault 5 concept, one question bubbles to the surface faster than all: what took them so long? It looks so ineffably right, so informed by its past yet fixed on the future, that you wonder why they didn’t have the idea years ago.
The answer, I suspect, is Luca d
- via theguardian.comVauxhall’s Ellesmere Port plant is one of many whose future lies in the hands of the merged auto giantCarlos Tavares is an unashamed petrolhead, with a rally-racing hobby that harks back to an earlier automotive age. Yet carmakers like Stellantis, which he leads, and its rivals have had to set aside affection for roaring internal combustion engines as environmental rules set the limits for the industry.Stellantis was formed in January in a €50bn (£43bn) merger between France&rsq
- That's on the WLTP cycle.
- The V10 family hauler is back... in Photoshop.
- via theguardian.comWith the right incentives, many believe Australia can still ride the electric revolution, reviving its car industry and slashing emissions at the same timeWalking around the old Holden factory site in Elizabeth, Paschal Somers points out each piece of machinery to explain what it does and how it could be brought back to life.Though the massive factory complex in suburban Adelaide closed down three years ago, General Motors abandoned most of the machines to the site’s new owners when they s
- Hyundai’s sharply styled crossover gets two unique redesigns.
- A for effort. F for realization.
- Those are early details.
- Maserati will reveal the new coupe sometime this year.
- This time, officials plan better communication with riders and drivers.
- What are you waiting for, Xiaomi?
- Volvo XC40 Recharge and Polestar 2 will get more range and a DC charging speed increase.
- 1983 WRC champion and winner of 18 rallies has passed away aged 78Hannu Mikkola, who passed away on Friday night aged 78 from cancer, was one of the original ‘flying Finns’: epitomising the fearless brigade of men from the frozen north who made cars dance and rally fans dream.
He’s probably best-known for winning the 1983 World Rally Championship with the legendary Audi Quattro, but his exploits with the rear-wheel drive Ford Escort were just as spectacular. He narrowly missed
- F1 remains hopeful that spectators will be allowed at 'the majority' of races in 2021.
- FCA and PSA each ignited quite a few bright stars throughout their respective histories. We point to the brightestLiaisons, some dangerous, some inspired and many unexpected, have long created drama in the automotive industry.
Half a century ago, no pundit could have imagined modest, middle-class Peugeot being a lead player in an industrial combine including the mighty (it was then) Fiat, America’s third-biggest car maker (it was then) Chrysler and Opel and Vauxhall, twinned then cast off
- "No matter how you specify your 911, you’re getting a car of supreme ability, balance and finesse"
The 992-generation Porsche's options list offers a wide range of choices that can make, if not break, a great 911. We go in search of the sweet spotWere you to flick through the sales brochure for the Porsche 901 – as the 911 was known in the early 1960s, before Peugeot asserted its naming rights – you’d marvel at the simplicity.
Porsche provides quaint details such as the h
- A110 sports car will be last non-electric Alpine
The PSA Group has merged with FCA while Renault is reinventing itself. Here's what to expect from both groupsThe ‘under new management’ signs – or ‘changement de direction’, if you prefer – have been up across the French car industry lately.
Following the spectacular downfall of Carlos Ghosn, former Seat boss Luca de Meo took the helm at the Renault Group. Meanwhile, Carlos Tavares has taken control of Stellanti
- Is it fast enough to lure you away from that GTI?
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