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Renault creates a new brand
Renault creates a new brand

Renault has come up with a new E-TECH brand for its future electric and hybrid models. Under the E-TECH brand we intend to produce all cars with electric units. This name will appear in 3 variants, which will depend on the level of electrification. In particular, together with foreign cars Clio E-TECH Hybrid and Captur… More

Toyota to switch to hybrid and all-electric pickups
Toyota to switch to hybrid and all-electric pickups

Many high-profile premieres in Shanghai have already been presented, but important news continues to arrive. On Tuesday, April 20, it became known that Toyota is going to be engaged in the production and sale of hybrid and all-electric pickups. Previously, Toyota presented a separate sub-brand called BZ for environmentally friendly cars. It is not yet… More

“Golden” Polestar 1 will be the last
“Golden” Polestar 1 will be the last

The Polestar 1 hybrid coupe, presented in 2017, will be discontinued this year. However, before retiring, the Swedish brand’s halo car will receive a special, “farewell” version, limited to 25 pieces and painted in a matte golden color. The entire run of Special Polestar 1 will be included in the final production slots, and they… More

Shock current: Maserati unveils hybrid Levante
Shock current: Maserati unveils hybrid Levante

Maserati has introduced a hybrid version of the Levante crossover with a power plant already familiar from the Ghibli Hybrid sedan. On the Levante, the 2.0-liter engine paired with a 48-volt starter-generator produces 330 horsepower. The Levante Hybrid, which debuted at the Shanghai Motor Show, aims to spur interest in the model amid falling demand…. More

Maserati switches to electric traction
Maserati switches to electric traction

Maserati has announced the premiere of the first hybrid crossover. Electrification will overtake the Levante, and the debut of the version with a traction battery can be timed to coincide with the planned restyling of the family. The Italian company promises to publish all the details tomorrow – the online presentation will begin at 12:00… More

Interesting details about the new Opel Astra
Interesting details about the new Opel Astra

Opel Astra 2022 will receive two hybrid units The next generation Opel Astra 2022 may receive two plug-in hybrid units. Opel CEO Michael Loscheller has revealed new details about the next-generation Astra. In an interview with Automotive News Europe, Loscheller confirmed that the car will ride on the EMP2 platform, which also underpins a number… More

In China again booming on new cars!

In China, sales rose sharply in March as the world’s largest auto market spearheads the sector’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM), sales reached 2.53 million vehicles in March, up 74.9% from last year. Sales of electrified vehicles (NEVs), including battery-powered electric vehicles, gasoline-electric hybrid vehicles and… More

Haval H9 will be connected to the socket
Haval H9 will be connected to the socket

Prior to that, the Haval H9 engine range included only gasoline engines and diesel engines. The prototype hybrid Haval H9 can easily be confused with a regular SUV sold in Chinese car dealerships. In terms of the exterior, these two cars are identical. The main visual difference can be found in the cabin: the drive… More

The modern Nissan GT-R will be “soft”
The modern Nissan GT-R will be “soft”

The current Nissan GT-R (R35), which appeared in 2007, will be significantly redesigned again in 2022, assures the Japanese edition of Best Car Web. Perhaps this coupe will be dubbed the R36 (that is, the second generation of “gi-ti-ara”), although in essence it will be the same model. Only with a modified look and a… More

New version of Haval H6: 530 Nm with petrol 1.5?
New version of Haval H6: 530 Nm with petrol 1.5?

Last summer, the third-generation Haval H6 crossover debuted. He received a new modular platform with a sturdier body, as well as fairly efficient gasoline engines – supercharged 1.5 GDIT (169 hp, 285 Nm) and 2.0 GW4C20B (224 hp, 385 Nm). It’s only the beginning! The Haval H6 Hybrid debuted at the Bangkok Auto Show –… More