Month: September 2020

It seems like yesterday when we drove the midship Veloster N RM19 prototype around the Nürburgring and closer to home at the California Proving Ground. Now, Hyundai has further refined its mid-engine sports car, with the latest iteration pumping out more than 800 horsepower from an electric powertrain. Once again based on—and vaguely shaped like—the
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Sixth gear, nudging 170 mph, and Stowe Corner, Silverstone’s deceptively fast right-hander, is closing fast. Stay off the brakes … Stay off the brakes… Now! The steering wheel squirms slightly and the McLaren 765LT‘s nose dips sharply as the four 15.4-inch carbon-ceramic rotors are clamped by Brembo calipers. Flick the left paddle. Fifth gear. Flick
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Nikola Corp. is rescheduling its in-person Nikola World conference, where it was planning to show its electric pickup truck, as the company regroups in the wake of a stock sell-off and the departure of its chairman. The postponement follows the startup’s efforts to pivot from denying allegations of deception to talking up its technology and
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Nikola Motor Company Two truck Source: Nikola Motor Company Nikola shares jumped by about 5% in morning trading after the embattled electric truck start-up reconfirmed its business plans and production targets following founder and former Executive Chairman Trevor Milton’s resignation last week. The company said it “remains committed to achieving” a set of milestones previously
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The auto show shuffle continues, and Detroit may have just drawn an inside straight. As you probably heard last week, the North American International Auto Show for 2021 is moving to September. The show — a January staple that had been eclipsed by CES in Las Vegas — reinvented itself for 2020 as a June
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DETROIT — Ford Motor Co. is lowering the price of its Mustang Mach-E crossover between $1,000 and $3,000, depending on the trim, as it prepares to launch the vehicle later this year. In a memo to dealers, Ford said the Premium trims will get a $3,000 price cut, with the all-wheel-drive version dropping to $50,800
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Scott Wine, CEO, Polaris Industries Scott Mlyn | CNBC With more Americans spending time in the great outdoors amid the coronavirus pandemic, the trend has lead to a glut in inventory at recreational vehicle dealerships. Polaris and Thor Industries, two recreational vehicle manufacturers with more than $5 billion in value on the stock market, are
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