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2021 Ford Expedition Timberline Off-Grid Concept

2021 Ford Expedition Timberline Off-Grid Concept

In case the Expedition Timberline wasn’t good enough, this Off-Grid Concept hints at what might be possible in the future

When Ford announced the new generation Expedition, it also announced the addition of the new Timberline trim - a model described by Ford as "the most off-road-capable Expedition ever."

Now, Ford took this off-road capability even further with the announcement of the new Expedition Timberline Off-Grid Concept. It will be displayed at the Overland Expo East at Oak Ridge Estates in Arrington, Virginia this upcoming weekend and the in November at the 2021 SEMA Show.

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Honda launches all-electric EV Sub-brand - e:N

Honda launches all-electric EV Sub-brand - e:N

The Japanese automaker showed off two production spec models for China, along with three futuristic concept cars

Honda held a virtual event online to showcase their EV strategy for the Chinese market, via their new EV sub-brand e:N. The Japanese brand unveiled two production-ready electric vehicles: the e:NS1 and the e:NP1. Apart from these two EV’s we also got to see three electric concept cars. The e:N SUV Concept, e:N GT Concept, and e:N Coupe Concept.

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The Oldsmobile F88 Is What The C1 Corvette Should Have Been From The Start

The Oldsmobile F88 Is What The C1 Corvette Should Have Been From The Start

The first Chevrolet Corvette did not come with a V-8. Oldsmobile changed that by introducing the F88

The story of the Chevrolet Corvette started back in 1953, with the introduction of the C1. Although America’s sports car is known for its potent V-8 engines, the earliest production examples started with the anemic Blue Flame – a 3.9-liter (235 cu in) inline-six that made 150 horsepower and 223 pound-feet (302 Nm). And while, eventually, they put a V-8 in it, it was Oldsmobile that beat Chevrolet to it by making their own version of the Corvette called the Oldsmobile F-88.

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General Motors Has Invested HUGE in the Future of EV Production

General Motors Has Invested HUGE in the Future of EV Production

This new factory could finally make EVs truly affordable

General Motors is using its massive budget and power to try to get ahead of the game on the future of EVs. We knew they have been investing in EVs for quite a while now, but they just dropped some big news to practically make their vision come true.

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Floating Motors will transform some truly iconic classic car forms into boats

Floating Motors will transform some truly iconic classic car forms into boats

The Italian firm with assistance from Jet Capsule and Lazzarini Design, have come up with this unique concept

Floating Motors is a collaboration between Pierpaolo Lazzarini and Jet Capsule, a company that specializes in manufacturing watercraft. They have now come together and aim to transform some iconic classic car forms into boats.

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Tesla Could Learn A Few Things From This Precept Concept

Tesla Could Learn A Few Things From This Precept Concept

This could really be the next Tesla hypercar!

Tesla may lead the market when it comes to electric cars, but there is a sector there it is pretty much absent: the supercar area. The new generation Tesla Roadster announced new and impressive performance figures, but so far it has yet to go into production. So, on paper, with a 0 to 60 mph sprint time of 1.9 seconds, it could take on cars like the Lotus Evija or Rimac Never. In real life though, that doesn’t happen!

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2022 Honda Passport TrailSport Rugged Roads Project

2022 Honda Passport TrailSport Rugged Roads Project

The new Rugged Roads Project takes the TrailSport’s off-road capability to an all-new level

Honda unveiled the new, 2022 Pasport TrailSport, and now a new project vehicle was announced. It is called Passport TrailSport Rugged Roads Project, and, as you probably guessed, it is based on the TrailSport.

It was designed by Jon Tuico - you probably know him if you follow YouTube channel JonDZ Adventuring - and will be firstly presented at the Overland Expo West in Flagstaff, Arizona from Sept. 24-26, 2021.

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1988 The Forgotten Mid-Engined Peugeot Oxia Concept From 1988 Was a Car Well Ahead of its Time

1988 The Forgotten Mid-Engined Peugeot Oxia Concept From 1988 Was a Car Well Ahead of its Time

Had the French Automaker made a production version of the Oxia, it would have been the fastest car in the world, until the McLaren F1 came along

The Peugeot Oxia is a high-performance supercar concept that the French Automaker conceived back in the late 80s. It pays homage to the company’s past and certainly was a technological revelation well ahead of its time. It was a supercar that would have gone up against cars like the Ferrari F40 and Porsche 959 had it actually gone into production.

To put that into perspective, the hi-tech Oxia had north of 600 horsepower, along with four-wheel drive and four-wheel steering. These specs might seem normal now, but back in the ’80s, they were unheard of. Let’s dwell a little deeper to find out just what the Oxia was all about.

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This is the Nissan Z Race Car The World Deserves

This is the Nissan Z Race Car The World Deserves

This GT500-inspired Nissan Z Racecar is the work of an independent automotive designer, and it looks epic

The long-awaited Nissan Z has finally been unveiled. With that out of the way, many wonder, what’s next? We know there will be a NISMO version at some point and, no doubt, there will be a facelift in a couple of years, especially if they make it as long as the 370Z (I hope not). Nissan has a rich racing history and the Z is a big part of it, which is why independent automotive designer and illustrator, JONSIBAL is introducing a JGTC-inspired version of the new Z.

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This Black-On-Black Lancia Delta Is All CGI But It Deserves To Live

This Black-On-Black Lancia Delta Is All CGI But It Deserves To Live

This Lancia Delta Restomod is the CGI Embodiment of our cries for a modern-day Delta HF Integrale

To rally enthusiasts, the Lancia Delta HF Integrale is a legendary vehicle that doesn’t need an introduction. To this day, the Italian hot hatch remains the car that has won the most World Rally Championships (WRC) in a row – six. Although in 2018, Automobili Amos came up with a modernized version of the Delta. It wasn’t the attainable hot-hatch we still crave. However, this doesn’t stop pixel artists from coming up with their own version of the icon and Matteo Gentile (aka mattegentile) has come up with something that would easily fit the bill in our time.

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That Time When Mazda Teased Us With Modern Version Of The 1967 Cosmo But Didn't Make It

That Time When Mazda Teased Us With Modern Version Of The 1967 Cosmo But Didn’t Make It

This retro-inspired Cosmo 21 is a rotary-powered Roadster based on the Mazda Miata NB

The idea of a new car that looks like a classic is not a new one, as many carmakers and design studios have been romanticizing it for a long time. However, it became most obvious around the early 2000s, with cars like the muscle car trio – the Mustang, Camaro, Challenger, and cars like the Mini Cooper and Fiat 500, only to name a few. That said, while many of these concepts went into production, others did not. Such is the case with the 2002 Mazda Cosmo 21, which took the Miata NB and turned it into a faithful representation of the first Mazda to use a Wankel (rotary) engine.

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2021 CUPRA Tavascan Extreme E Concept

2021 CUPRA Tavascan Extreme E Concept

The CUPRA Tavascan Extreme E Concept gives us a glimpse at how extreme the brand’s future could be

Who said electric cars can’t be fun, and most importantly, who said CUPRA is not going to survive? In fact it did survive, and is doing more than that: it is impressing the world with every car it unveils.

Its last creation - the Tavascan Extreme E Concept - is a 100% concept car built with off-roading in mind. It also offers a second glimpse to the CUPRA’s future Tavascan - or, the company’s second 100% electric model after the Born announced a few months ago. As a reminder, we got a first look at the Tavascan back in 2019 when a concept with the same name was revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

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Hyundai Just Dropped A Bomb On The World Of Hydrogen Power

Hyundai Just Dropped A Bomb On The World Of Hydrogen Power

The future of hydrogen in our world seems both, incredible and a bit weird

Hyundai said they had a big announcement about the future of Hydrogen. But we did NOT see this coming.

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2021 Volkswagen I.D. Life Concept

2021 Volkswagen I.D. Life Concept

German automaker’s future of the entry-level electric vehicle for the masses

Recently unveiled by Volkswagen, The I.D. LIFE Concept is said to be the company’s first “people’s car” as an EV. The IAA 2021 in Munich has opened eyes around the world as there were quite a lot of unique cars, especially EVs. This compact crossover-type concept looks sick with unique design language both in exterior and interior and has quite a few interesting facts about it. Here’s a quick review as to what has been disclosed by Volkswagen in simpler words.

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Ford Mustang Mach-E Police Concept Is The First Step To A Green Police Force

Ford Mustang Mach-E Police Concept Is The First Step To A Green Police Force

UK’s police is working on making its fleet green!

UK’s police force is going electric! After many enquiries from UK police forces, Ford developed a specially-built Mach-E concept car. it will be on display at the Emergency Services Show, at the NEC, Birmingham on 7-8 September, 2021.

The new concept car will be tested by the Metropolitan Police Force and police forces from Sussex, Surrey, South Wales, Dyfed Powys, Devon & Cornwall and Police Scotland forces.

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IAA Munich Auto Show 2021 In Pictures

IAA Munich Auto Show 2021 In Pictures

This visual recap of the 2021 IAA Munich Auto Show is a good substitute for not being there

The IAA Mobility 2021 is currently happening in Munich, as opposed to its usual location – Frankfurt. The auto show started on September 7th and will go on until September 12th. As always, established, start-up, and resurrected car companies have given us their latest and greatest products. You will see the best from the past and present, as well as where carmakers are heading. Expect a lot of ultra-rare, bespoke, and classic vehicles too, as high-end dealerships have brought out a significant amount of their inventory. Here are the most important highlights of the show.

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