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  • Los Angeles Show: Americans are lagging behind

    The return of Los Angeles show after a two-year shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic seemed almost impossible, but the event still managed to hold on, with a few bonus surprises. If the American and German manufacturers were discreet at the Show, the South Korean brands made sure to dominate the two floors of the LA Convention Center. In all…

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  • It’s not just Tesla, Rivian or Ford, there’s also the Alpha Wolf

    Alpha continues to expand its offer, this time with a compact pickup truck that looks like it came straight out of the 1980s. On the other hand, don’t be fooled, the Alpha wolf is indeed electric. Alpha just unveiled its first pickup in the series Wolf with the Wolf + two-door and the 4-door SuperWolf. In both cases, we are…

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  • Why the electric vehicle is backtracking

    The architecture of the vast majority of electric vehicles is based on a rear-wheel drive mode. Should we be worried about this backtracking? For 40 years, however, the cause seemed to have been heard. The propulsion (rear-wheel drive) was reserved for high-end brands or rare sports models. The rest of auto production stuck with front-wheel drive (front-wheel drive) or, better…

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  • Lamborghini Countach reborn for its 50th anniversary

    While everyone believed that the last variation on the Aventador would be the Ultimae unveiled a few weeks ago, Lamborghini kept one last surprise, of size this one, with the presentation at Pebble Beach of the resurrection in 112 copies. of the Countach LPi 800-4. It was in Geneva, in 1971, that Lamborghini presented the very first concept that will…

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  • Hypnosis while driving or driving without realizing it

    Do you ever get to your destination and not remember the details of your driving for part of the trip? Know that you are not alone! This is the Highway Hypnosis, a state that plunges you into your thoughts, but still allows you to drive a vehicle in a relatively safe manner. Almost all drivers experience it and oddly enough,…

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  • Aston Martin Valhalla 2024: change of course

    Aston Martin continues its turn towards the engines in the rear central position. After the Valkyrie, it’s now the turn of the Aston Martin Valhalla 2024 to emerge, but with major changes compared to the initial concept. In 2020, Aston Martin unveiled the first prototype of the Valhalla, an exotic car with typically English sleek lines interpreted in the Aston…

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  • Jeep, Dodge, Alfa Romeo and Maserati unpack their electric strategy

    Stellantis has officially started its shift to electric, where it plans to deploy electrified vehicles around the world through its multiple brands. Even more details were recently announced to this effect during a call with Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares and his shareholders. The businessman unpacked the electrical strategy of Jeep, Dodge, Alfa romeo and Maserati. Jeep For Jeep, things were…

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  • Stellantis begins its electric shift

    Stellantis invited its shareholders and members of the media to an online presentation that discussed its electrification projects. According to the CEO of the company, Carlos Tavares, four new modular electric platforms are planned within his brands in the coming years. By 2025, Tavares wants 98% of the models sold by the group to be electrified. Stellantis’ electric movement is…

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  • Lamborghini Aventador: The end of the road

    The Lamborghini Aventador comes to the end of its journey with the unveiling of the LP-780-4 Ultimae. Lamborghini will assemble 600 copies, 350 coupes and 250 roadsters. While Lamborghini usually plays eccentricity, it’s more of a sense of reserve that emanates from this latest iteration of the Aventador. It remains a Lamborghini in its approach with its sharp angles, but…

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  • Lotus Emira 2023, the last Lotus with a combustion engine

    Lotus writes a new chapter in its history since the takeover by the Chinese giant Geely. After the Evija, it is now the turn of the Emira to show up for 2023. Lotus is living a pivotal period in its history. Following its takeover by the Chinese manufacturer Geely, Lotus is cleaning up and redirecting its future towards electrification. All…

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