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Bucket of the 21st century: renders of the Moskvich 2022 sedan
Bucket of the 21st century: renders of the Moskvich 2022 sedan

Independent designer and member of the Union of Journalists Alexander Shtorm demonstrated his own renders featuring the Moskvich sedan. The work turned out to be realistic. The sedan has the “strict edges” that match the legendary model. To match the spirit of modernity, the model received LED optics, one of the elements of which is… More

30,000 Rose Petal Ferrari Surprise for Valentines Day
30,000 Rose Petal Ferrari Surprise for Valentines Day

The Ultimate Valentines Day Surprise! We ordered 1000 roses and covered a Ferrari SF90 to surprise our girl Domi for Valentines Day. Domi’s boyfriend Tomas wanted to surprise her for Valentines Day and Sergi made sure to make it happen and give her the surprise of her life. The Ferrari SF90 is an $800,000 Hypercar… More

$10.000 for a taxi ride for 1.7 km
$10.000 for a taxi ride for 1.7 km

A San Francisco resident was charged almost $10,000 for a one-mile taxi ride. And not at all because tariffs have increased. This is reported by RBC-Ukraine Auto with reference to CarScoops. Another scandalous story happened not with Uber, but with the founder of the US taxi business, Yellow Cab. For an 11-minute, 1.1-mile (1.77 km)… More

Sued for a bunch of money
Sued for a bunch of money

The U.S. government is suing a Georgia auto repair shop for dumping about 100,000 one-cent coins in the driveway of a former employee’s home. This is reported by RBC-Ukraine Auto with reference to Business Insider. When Andreas Flaten didn’t receive his last paycheck from his former employer last January, he complained to the US Department… More

100 km/h: the fastest PC
100 km/h: the fastest PC

Sega introduced a personal computer in Japan that can accelerate to a serious speed of 100 km / h. They didn’t even try to disguise the radio-controlled landing gear with a computer on board as some kind of car. This was reported by RBC-Ukraine Auto with reference to PC Watch. The Japanese company called its… More

$800 per month: Model 3 turned into a passive source of income
$800 per month: Model 3 turned into a passive source of income

Tesla Model 3 owner uses his machine to mine cryptocurrency. An enterprising motorist plugs a laptop into an electric vehicle’s 12-volt port. RBC-Ukraine Auto reports this with reference to CNBC agency. Siraj Raval, a resident of San Francisco, California, has invented an original way of earning money: he uses his Tesla Model 3 electric car… More

Dacia brand introduced the world’s first free mud bath for SUVs
Dacia brand introduced the world’s first free mud bath for SUVs

Such an unusual service is offered by the new branded washing complex of the company. Moreover, you need to make an appointment for a mud bath session in advance. And only Dacia Duster owners can do this. A Romanian company has launched the world’s first mud bath for its SUV owners. This is how the… More

Hell of Tesla: after the “death” of the electric car becomes diesel
Hell of Tesla: after the “death” of the electric car becomes diesel

The Tesla Model 3 electric car destroyed for decommissioning can still serve humanity. If you transplant a diesel engine into it. RBC-Ukraine Auto reports this with a link to the Rich Rebuilds YouTube channel. Popular youtube bloggers from the Rich Rebuilds channel recently made headlines when they fitted a Tesla Model S with a Chevrolet… More

One of the Ford bosses trolled Tesla for which he paid the price.
One of the Ford bosses trolled Tesla for which he paid the price.

Ford’s chief communications officer, Mike Levine, is at the center of a scandal after sharing a tweet from a disgruntled Tesla owner. He was attacked by both Tesla fans and Ford opponents. RBC-Ukraine Auto reports this with a link to CarScoops. On December 26, Levin shared a tweet from Tesla Model Y owner Noah Webb,… More