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BMW has created a huge display for passengers
BMW has created a huge display for passengers

The wide 31-inch BMW Theater Screen creates a cinema-like effect for the back row passengers. The novelty is presented at CES-2022 in Las Vegas. The BMW Theater Screen is a 31-inch panoramic digital panel that extends across virtually the entire width of the passenger compartment and extends from the headlining to the front seat backrests…. More

Ford has found a way to fight dealer greed
Ford has found a way to fight dealer greed

The Ford F-150 Lightning electric pickup, which was unveiled in May 2021, was an instant hit in the North American market. In December last year, the company even had to suspend the acceptance of pre-orders, as it is necessary to work out a large number of those already received. Huge demand often spurs sellers into… More

Farewell, Passat: the popular sedan was discontinued
Farewell, Passat: the popular sedan was discontinued

Volkswagen Passat sedan is no longer available for order for production, since the assembly of such cars stopped shortly before Christmas. This was reported by the British edition of Autocar, citing its own source at Volkswagen. Volkswagen has offered a choice between a sedan and a Passat station wagon since its introduction in 1973. However,… More

Introduced a fully electric motorhome based on the Mercedes EQV
Introduced a fully electric motorhome based on the Mercedes EQV

The European company has unveiled the first all-electric motorhome based on the Mercedes-Benz EQV. A retractable roof is available with solar panels for recharging the battery while camping. The European motorhome industry is getting more electrified with the recently introduced all-electric Mercedes-Benz EQV. The Swiss company Sortimo Walter Ruegg PLC was able to create a… More

First images of the BMW i5 Touring wagon
First images of the BMW i5 Touring wagon

BMW’s new five-door electric car could be added to the lineup at the end of 2024. At the moment, the German automaker is working on the creation of a new BMW 5 series sedan, as well as its electrical modification. It is also possible that the company is developing a station wagon and its “green”… More

Honda cars “stuck” in 2002
Honda cars “stuck” in 2002

The Y2K problem appears to be 22 years late and unexpectedly showed up in some Honda and Acura car models. The Year 2000 Problem (also known as the Y2K Problem or Y2K Compatibility) is a computer error associated with a miscalculation by software developers released in the 20th century. Some systems used two characters to… More

Concern Stellantis announced a large-scale deal with Amazon
Concern Stellantis announced a large-scale deal with Amazon

The agreement between Amazon and Stellantis will include cooperation in the automotive sector in a number of areas, but the main one will be the creation of a new multimedia system by Amazon specialists. In turn, Stellantis will supply the largest online retailer with a batch of electric vehicles to ensure the delivery of goods…. More

Found a cemetery of supercars and luxury cars (photo)
Found a cemetery of supercars and luxury cars (photo)

Elite cars have not been on the road for 10 years. There is a real exclusive among them. In China, they found a parking lot with abandoned expensive cars. Exotic supercars and luxury executive cars gather dust under a bridge on the outskirts of Beijing. The website Carakoom writes about it. It has been established… More