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New Rolls-Royce Ghost: Dream of a humble
New Rolls-Royce Ghost: Dream of a humble

<p>The new Rolls-Royce Ghost is based on the Post Opulence concept – “post-life.” This means that, while retaining all other signs like total quality and unprecedented attention to detail, Ghost luxury should not be flaunted.</p> <p>So did the British have to drive the second generation of their “junior” sedan into this framework? Or perhaps the… More

New Renault Kadjar spotted on roads
New Renault Kadjar spotted on roads

The debut of new items can be organized as early as 2021. In April, spies caught a new Kadjar in Sweden. Now the test prototype is being tested in hot weather on the roads of southern Europe. The new generation Renault Kadjar, which rolled off the assembly line back in 2015, will receive a sharper… More

Can the Ford Bronco overtake the Mustang Shelby GT500?
Can the Ford Bronco overtake the Mustang Shelby GT500?

A video appeared on a foreign YouTube channel showing the confrontation between the powerful Ford Bronco SUV and the Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 sports coupe. For the record, it’s clear that the new Ford Bronco has no chance against the Mustang Shelby GT500 on anything but rocky terrain. The “muscle” sports car has more than… More

First photos of the new BMW 5 Series – also with electric drive

Thanks to our spies, we have been watching the tests of the updated BMW 3-Series and the next-generation BMW 7-Series for quite a long time, and now prototypes of the future “five” have first come across the lenses of hunters for car novelties. Test cars are heavily camouflaged and clearly have temporary lighting equipment, but… More

CUPRA Born: the main thing to have time to show
CUPRA Born: the main thing to have time to show

In the photos that have appeared on the network, the novelty moves along the roads open to traffic in a completely natural way. The debut of the new CUPRA Born took place at the end of May last year. Its launch marked CUPRA’s entry into the world of environmentally friendly vehicles. Recently, new spy photos… More

The new Peugeot 208: why it, not a crossover?
The new Peugeot 208: why it, not a crossover?

It would seem that crossovers have already ousted everyone and everything from the market. However, given their practicality and the number of available options, this process looks logical and predictable. However, there are still companies that do not want to completely “bend under the changing world”, but want to bend this world at least a… More

Another batch photo of the new BMW 2-Series Coupe
Another batch photo of the new BMW 2-Series Coupe

It’s only recently that the first photo of the new BMW 2-Series Coupe has surfaced, and unfortunately for BMW, a new set of shots of its new compact coupe has surfaced on the Internet. The vehicle itself will be unveiled later this week. The Bavarian automaker has announced its new product, which will premiere at… More

Updated T-Roc and T-Roc R-Line are already on the roads
Updated T-Roc and T-Roc R-Line are already on the roads

The Volkswagen T-Roc and the sportier version of the R-Line, which hit the market nearly four years ago, are due to be updated shortly. Photo spies spotted the updated model near the company’s headquarters in Wolfsburg with little or no camouflage. In the pictures, you can see that the standard VW T-Roc will receive redesigned… More

Revamped X7: BMW copies Hyundai?
Revamped X7: BMW copies Hyundai?

Following rumors and reports that BMW is adopting a new split headlight design, the latest spy shots of the refreshed X7 prototype seem to confirm the bold design direction. Apparently, these are daytime running lights, which simultaneously serve as turn signals, as on most modern cars with LEDs. It seems that much lower on the… More

Video: Iconic Toyota Celica and Supra battle in drag with GR Yaris
Video: Iconic Toyota Celica and Supra battle in drag with GR Yaris

British YouTube channel carwow organized a drag race between the iconic Toyota Celica GT-Four and Supra A80 of the second half of the 1990s and the new three-door Toyota GR Yaris. Traditionally, competitions included quarter-mile drag, parallel starts at 50 mph (80 kilometers per hour), and the final test was to assess the effectiveness of… More