The companies dedicated to the manufacture and sale of super sports have a black horizon before the increasingly restrictive anti-pollution regulations. Aston Martin tried, with the disastrous Cygnet, to sell a model with which to reduce its average emissions, but as the invention did not go well they canceled it ahead of time. Exhausted the way to grow down with models of access only have two ways, or hybridize their range or electrify it.
Taking this situation into account, Aston Martin has decided to take both roads at the same time. According to Andy Palmer, the brand’s CEO, the brand’s engineers are working to hybridize and electrify their model range by 2030. The first stone of this new strategy is the RapidE electric, as it will serve as a breakthrough to improve technology and show customers the brand Continue reading Aston Martin has in mind to electrify and hybridize its range for 2030
The segment of the SUV does not stop growing in the whole world, but also, the sports versions of these models have more and more followers. Especially if we look at the American market because the United States has become one of the countries that most sports SUV is enrolling. Therefore, the brands are trying to launch to the market vitamin versions of its most representative roads and Jeep is one of those that could not miss this party.
Some time ago we told you that the signing of the seven bars was planning to officially present its Grand Cherokee Trackhawk at the New York Motor Show. This version is the most radical one that has the big SUV of Jeep in its catalog and of course they wanted to present it to its public in a country appointment. Therefore, the official confirmation of its arrival in the market is definitive and who knows, we might even see it in Europe.
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Shortly after breaking the news about the acquisition of Opel / Vauxhall by the PSA Group also came the news that the Gallic group might be thinking of making another addition. This possible new purchase would be that of the Malaysian firm Proton as it is going through a less delicate economic situation. This firm is part of the DRB-Hicom group along with Lotus Cars, a brand that is also for sale.
At first, the one who wanted to take ownership of Lotus Cars was the Chinese house Geely. Volvo’s current parent was interested in getting hold of this mythical signature, as it could help it to improve its image in sports vehicles. However, the news has come that Geely could have put aside his interest in the mythical English house and it would now be the PSA Group who might be more interested in taking ownership of this brand.
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To mark the centenary of the birth of BMW, last year 2016 the German automaker showed us how he saw the future of long – term mobility presenting a prototype totally futuristic and risky for BMW, MINI, Rolls-Royce and even BMW motorcycles Motorrad. Spectacular designs difficult to imagine and very technical solutions avant-garde. The case is that the near future also goes through the electrification and BMW begins to “cover its backs” for what can happen.
The chief executive of BMW, Harald Krueger, said at the annual shareholders ‘ meeting will launch a new crossover BMW X2 and large SUV flagship BMW X7 with propulsion systems electrified. In addition, they ” intend to launch more than 40 new and updated models of the group’s three premium brands during 2017 and 2018 ” to enable them to better finance their long-term electrification strategy.
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The Toyota GT86 is a true sports car, one that makes you feel the road and enjoy it; Especially if we talk about stretches of the mountain or even circuits. In addition, its coupé body and its sporting details also make it an aesthetically pleasing car. Now, the Japanese brand launches the Toyota GT86 860 Special Edition.
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Since Porsche was fully acquired by the Volkswagen Group things have been changing in their guts. The Cayenne marked the beginning of collaborations in technology and platforms with its parent and with the passage of time technological ties have been strengthened. Evidently, it has meant in considerable savings when the engineer of the house of Stuttgart went to work to develop a new model and as such has resulted in greater Continue reading Porsche sees good sharing of technologies with Volkswagen, but its engines do not
The latest news on everything related to General Motors talks about the sale of Opel to the French manufacturer PSA. However, the world continues to revolve and one of its brands, Chevrolet, continues with its projects. The last known is this Chevrolet Camaro GT4.R. A car developed and manufactured exclusively for use in a circuit .
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