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Grand Wagoneer in detail
Grand Wagoneer in detail

On the eve of its debut, the American brand has revealed some details of the car, which will go to the first buyers this summer. Four images posted on Jeep’s Facebook page show the pre-production model, but it also looks different from last year’s concept car. The first photo shows a part of the front… More

Super Super Duty: Ford upgrades heavy pickup
Super Super Duty: Ford upgrades heavy pickup

The redesigned 2022 Ford Super Duty has had the chrome cut and a new infotainment system added. Ford has unveiled a revamped 2022 Super Duty pickup with a number of new versions and some previously unavailable options. For example, the Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty models can be equipped with the new Lariat Sport… More

Octavia to compete with VW Passat
Octavia to compete with VW Passat

The Czech company presented the Skoda Octavia Pro 2021 model year – a version of the model with an increased wheelbase. The car was created for the Chinese market and will be sold there. Many automakers, whether luxury or mainstream brands, are presenting extended wheelbase versions of their models specifically for the People’s Republic of… More

BMW again makes excuses for “nostrils”
BMW again makes excuses for “nostrils”

In an interview with Esquire magazine, BMW chief designer Domagoj Dukets once again had to defend the appearance of perhaps the most criticized model of the Bavarian brand – the current generation 4-Series coupe. He said that good design cannot be measured in such primitive terms as “beautiful” or “ugly”, as it is too subjective…. More

Another Toyota Yaris victory
Another Toyota Yaris victory

The winner of the “UK Car of the Year” competition was the model that previously became the best in all of Europe. The jury of the “Car of the Year in Great Britain” competition summed up the results: the Toyota Yaris model family got three titles at once in various nominations, including the main one…. More

Hyundai named the cause of the mass fire of electric cars
Hyundai named the cause of the mass fire of electric cars

Hyundai has named the reason for the massive fire in Kona Electric electric cars. The automaker shared the findings of a commission from the South Korean Ministry of Transport, which found that the fires were due to problems with LG Chem batteries. Experts from MOLIT (the South Korean ministry that regulates land, property, infrastructure and… More

Tuning with warranty: McLaren 765LT pump up to 1000 forces
Tuning with warranty: McLaren 765LT pump up to 1000 forces

Texas-based Hennessey Performance has announced the development of a tuning kit for the McLaren 765LT. The coupe is promised to boost up to 1000 horsepower with a three-year warranty or 58 thousand kilometers, unprecedented for such projects. The secret of a long-term guarantee by the standards of forced supercars is simple. According to Hennessey Performance… More

Basic S-Class: 2 litres under the hood of the 223rd?
Basic S-Class: 2 litres under the hood of the 223rd?

Mercedes-Benz S-Class W223 series got a new basic version and fell in price by 22 percent. The expansion of the engine line began with the Chinese market – the S 400 L modification debuted in China. They managed to save money by derating the six-cylinder M 256 engine and abandoning some of the options. The… More

GM to follow Tesla’s lead
GM to follow Tesla’s lead

Since the summer, the General Motors concern has been launching a new service for the online sale of electric vehicles Chevrolet Bolt and Bolt EUV, writes Automotive News. It was developed by Tekion, led by former Tesla CIO Jay Vijayan. Tekion was founded in 2019 and GM has invested in a new startup from the… More

Renault has changed its logo: will there be no more jokes?
Renault has changed its logo: will there be no more jokes?

The French brand is redesigning its rhombus, focusing on a more modern and simple style for its future models. The badge that was introduced on the Renault 5 Prototype concept car, which, thanks to its flatter styling, will also highlight the badge on electric models. Renault’s recently unveiled electric novelty also showed something that went… More