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The Lamborghini Sian FKP 37 is the Italian automaker’s most powerful production model and during Top Gear’s 30th season that aired earlier this year, Chris Harris had the opportunity to test it out. Harris has been critical of certain Lamborghini models in the past, expressing a particular dislike for the Lamborghini Huracan because of the
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The 2022 Geneva motor show has officially been canceled, show organizers confirmed Thursday in a press release. Originally scheduled for February 2022, organizers are now targeting a 2023 date for the show’s return. Organizers cited “the direct and indirect issues relating to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic” as the reason for the decision. The direct issues
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Mercedes-Benz (Mercedes-Benz passenger cars and smart brands, as well as Mercedes-Benz Vans) reports significant decreases in global sales in the Q3, but they year-to-date results remain higher than in 2020. The main reason behind the weak Q3 is the ongoing semiconductor shortage, which affected the supply especially in September. Overall results in Q3 2021 and
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By Joey Klender Posted on October 7, 2021 Tesla’s Safety Score Beta program, which assesses Tesla drivers on their driving behavior using set metics, will eventually be able to predict crash probability pretty accurately, company CEO Elon Musk said. Earlier this week, Teslarati questioned the basis of the Safety Score Beta and whether Tesla should outline
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Rivian’s first product, the 2022 R1T full-size pickup, is now in production and initial impressions, including from us, are positive. That should bode well for the company’s efforts to raise additional funds by launching an initial public offering, a filing for which was made with the Securities and Exchange Commission last week. The filing discloses
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Porsche reports a small year-over-year drop in its overall car sales in the U.S. – by 1.7% to 15,289 – “due mainly to global automotive supply chain headwinds.” The Taycan/Taycan Cross Turismo (all versions) sales increased marginally, by 0.2% year-over-year to 1,861, far behind the outstanding Q2 result, but enough to remain the third best
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