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TOP 10 Coolest Features of the Jeep Grand Wagoneer
TOP 10 Coolest Features of the Jeep Grand Wagoneer

This is the Jeep Grand Wagoneer, even though there is almost no Jeep branding on the car. The grille, wheels, back and even the steering wheel all say Grand Wagoneer and indicates that Jeep is trying to distinguish this name as a seperate luxury product within the Jeep world. This luxury SUV has a ton… More

KIA charging stations in Europe will use 100 percent wind energy
KIA charging stations in Europe will use 100 percent wind energy

The KIA brand will use exclusively renewable energy for its European charging stations. So far we are talking only about wind farms, but in the future they will not be the only ones, writes Motor Trader. KIA branded chargers are installed in the EU and the UK. For all the electricity that will pass through… More

How to turn a car into a joystick for video games?
How to turn a car into a joystick for video games?

General Motors has patented a curious technology that allows you to turn a car into a kind of game joystick. As stated in the documentation filed with the US Patent Office, the function can work both in the parking lot and while driving: in the second case, the system will use data from sensors and… More

GMC Hummer EV boasted of CrabWalk mode in a funny advertisement
GMC Hummer EV boasted of CrabWalk mode in a funny advertisement

General Motors continues to release a series of humorous ads focusing on electric vehicles. This time, the representative of the brand, basketball player LeBron James, under the approving glances of dozens of “real” crabs, demonstrates the possibilities of the CrabWalk mode on his Hummer EV. The ad begins with a lone yellow crab clambering up… More

Ford Bronco accumulate in stock
Ford Bronco accumulate in stock

According to American journalists, several thousand partially finished cars are “waiting” for semiconductor supplies. More and more buyers are eager to have a brand new Ford Bronco in their garage. This would be good news for Ford were it not for the ongoing semiconductor shortages that regularly interfere with the automaker’s plans. The company has… More

Tesla managed to collect more than a million battery cells type 4680
Tesla managed to collect more than a million battery cells type 4680

In the fall of 2020, Tesla showed the 4680 battery cells developed together with Panasonic, which, solely due to layout changes, promised to reduce the cost of charge storage and increase the specific capacity. In California, Tesla’s experimental line has already produced more than a million of these battery cells. Tesla spoke about overcoming the… More

Elon Musk is again waiting in court
Elon Musk is again waiting in court

The US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) received 354 complaints regarding phantom braking on Tesla vehicles. Launched an investigation into more than 400,000 vehicles. This is reported by RBC-Ukraine with reference to The Verge. It is noted that the investigation covers all Tesla Model 3 and Model Y cars that were released last year… More

BMW has found a way to get rid of wiring in the car
BMW has found a way to get rid of wiring in the car

BMW and several other major manufacturers have invested $250 million in California startup CelLink. His development is an innovative technology for connecting the electronic components of a car with power sources, called the “flexible harness”. These circuit wires are lighter, take up less space and cost less: CelLink claims that a single large-area “flexible bundle”… More

Yamaha built a hydrogen V8 for Toyota
Yamaha built a hydrogen V8 for Toyota

Yamaha Motor, commissioned by Toyota, has developed a V-shaped “eight” that runs on hydrogen. The project required the replacement of injectors, cylinder head, intake manifold and much more, but the Japanese seem to be satisfied with the result. For a promising engine, a power of 455 horsepower is declared, which is only 22 horsepower less… More