What’s going on? VW ID.4 fails “moose test”
What’s going on? VW ID.4 fails “moose test”

Journalists from the Spanish edition km77 tested the maneuverability of the Volkswagen ID.4 electric crossover. The 204-horsepower electric car showed its best attempt at a speed of 73 kilometers per hour. All other races ended unsuccessfully for the model. The electric car constantly went into a skid and knocked down the cones placed on the… More

Revamped Palisade left for both uses roads
Revamped Palisade left for both uses roads

Hyundai Palisade is already preparing for the first update at home. Spy photos of the cross were posted by TheKoreanCarBlog. In the published image, the car is hidden under a dense layer of camouflage. It can be assumed that the changes in the exterior design will be point-like. But the cabin is expected to have… More

What is he, the official Leaf?
What is he, the official Leaf?

The second generation Nissan Leaf is now officially available from us. Good news, because now it is covered by an official warranty, and Leaf can be serviced in official service centers. On the other hand, electric vehicles are still burdened with infrastructure problems and insufficient range on a single charge, at least when used on… More

Dacia unveils updated Duster
Dacia unveils updated Duster

In the European market, sales of the updated Dacia Duster will start towards the end of the summer. After the update, the Dacia Duster began to look like the third generation Sandero model. The crossover features a new radiator grille, headlights with LED low beam, Y-shaped running lights, and LED turn signals (for the first… More

First shots of the new VW ID Buzz
First shots of the new VW ID Buzz

It’s been a long time since Volkswagen unveiled the ID Buzz as a concept car at the 2017 North American International Auto Show, but the production version of the electric passenger van has yet to make its debut. But thanks to photo spies, we already know something about the new product. If the exterior of… More

Haval-Benz? China’s Great Wall interested in buying Daimler
Haval-Benz? China’s Great Wall interested in buying Daimler

Chinese automaker Great Wall Motor is considering acquiring one of Daimler’s plants in Brazil as it expands outside of its home country. The two automakers are currently in talks on a potential deal that could fetch several hundred million dollars, a source told Automotive News, who asked not to be named. Discussions are ongoing. A… More

Porsche CEO: Bugatti’s fate in Volkswagen’s hands

It seems that the epic with the possible sale of Bugatti to a new owner is drawing to a close. Oliver Blume, a member of the board of directors of the Volkswagen Group and CEO of Porsche, said that the German concern would soon decide the fate of the luxury French brand. Writes about this… More

Volvo and Northvolt brands to build electric battery factory in Europe
Volvo and Northvolt brands to build electric battery factory in Europe

Swedish car manufacturer Volvo has entered into an agreement with local battery manufacturer Northvolt to co-manufacture batteries for electric vehicles. For this, a new enterprise and research center will be created. Together, two companies from one of the most environmentally neutral European countries intend to create batteries with a potential capacity of up to 50… More

How fast does the Land Cruiser 300 accelerate with the V6? (video)
How fast does the Land Cruiser 300 accelerate with the V6? (video)

An amateur POV video shows the next-generation frame SUV accelerating from zero to 100 with the new twin-turbo V6 engine. The next-generation Toyota Land Cruiser has swapped its naturally aspirated V8 engine for a more powerful twin-turbocharged V6. In the case of the petrol version of the “300” we are talking about the 3.5-liter V35A-FTS… More