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New Electric Pickup Truck from Atlis Motor Vehicles Will Take a Full Charge in 13 Minutes!

New Electric Pickup Truck from Atlis Motor Vehicles Will Take a Full Charge in 13 Minutes!

If this becomes a reality, the competition will be in serious trouble

Atlis Motor Vehicles, an Arizona-based electric vehicle startup, has built a prototype battery pack that can be charged from 0 to 100-percent in 12 minutes, 35 seconds. Atlis believes that this prototype is scalable for its upcoming electric pickup truck. However, it must be noted that the prototype was only a 3 kWh pack.

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Skoda's Offering In The Subcompact SUV Segment To Be Launched Within 12 Months

Skoda’s Offering In The Subcompact SUV Segment To Be Launched Within 12 Months

Like other products, this is expected to be a top-notch baby SUV too

Looks like Skoda has finally realized the benefits of having a subcompact SUV on the market. With people opting for small SUVs these days, the Czech automaker has decided to snatch its share of the pie with a product that will be on sale by next year. This rumoured small SUV will be placed below the Kodiaq and the Karoq in Skoda’s lineup.

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The 2019 Porsche Cayman T Will Sit Between the Cayman S and GTS with More Power and Less Weight

The 2019 Porsche Cayman T Will Sit Between the Cayman S and GTS with More Power and Less Weight

Focus is on making it more of a performance car

After the 911 T, the Cayman T will be going under the knife. Well, not for the looks, but for weight. Reportedly, the 2019 Cayman T will be losing 44 pounds and gaining ten horses to become a faster car. These chops have happened to give the car a more focused driving experience.

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McLaren Takes Luxury and Exclusivity to All New Levels with Gold and Platinum Badging for the 2019 Speedtail

McLaren Takes Luxury and Exclusivity to All New Levels with Gold and Platinum Badging for the 2019 Speedtail

These badges come from Olympic medal manufacturing jeweler

Just when you thought that the limited-run-exclusivity of the Speedtail was enough to make you feel special, Mclaren has gone a step further to let you know that this car is not just fast; it also involves luxury. Instead of having the regular aluminum and gloss black exterior badges, the British brand has worked with Vaughtons jeweler to create an 18-carat white gold emblems with inset carbon fiber.

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Watch Out Tesla Model S - The Audi E-tron GT Will be All About Power

Watch Out Tesla Model S - The Audi E-tron GT Will be All About Power

An Audi E-tron GT With Porsche Tech To Take On The Model S 100D?

The Audi E-tron GT is coming, and it will, by all accounts, be epic. Ever since Tesla made such glorious strides in the electric car fandom, the car world has been waiting for the rest of the big automakers to catch up. With the introduction of numerous expensive electric SUVs in the past couple of years, the car community as a whole gained the much needed electric car boost. But a true Tesla Model S competitor was still nowhere to be found. Until now. The Audi E-tron GT will be its competitor. And I am not the only one to say it. Siegfried Pint, Head of Development for Electric Drive at Audi, said that the new car is “steered towards performance.”

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Set the Speedtail Aside For a Second Because the Mysterious McLaren BC-03 Lurks in The Shadows

Set the Speedtail Aside For a Second Because the Mysterious McLaren BC-03 Lurks in The Shadows

A new supercar is rumored to be on its way, and the Ultimate Vision Gran Turismo Concept offers a clue on what it is

As everyone continues to wait with bated breath for the respective debuts of the Speedtail and 720S Convertible, another McLaren is brewing in the shadows. There are no definite details yet, but numerous rumors hint that McLaren’s MSO division is preparing a mysterious new supercar that’s tentatively called the BC-03. It is also believed that the BC-03 will draw inspiration from McLaren’s Ultimate Vision Gran Turismo Concept and that only five units are planned.

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New Patent Application Signals the Imminent Introduction of a Third Chevy FNR futuristic Concept

New Patent Application Signals the Imminent Introduction of a Third Chevy FNR futuristic Concept

The first concept to use the "FNR" name was a doozy

General Motors has renewed its patent for the name “FNR” with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, suggesting that neither the General nor Chevrolet — the brand that used the name on a pair of concept vehicles — are done using the moniker. There’s no word yet on when Chevrolet plans to use the name again, but given its history, it could be used on a new concept that will debut somewhere down the road. The USPTO has yet to grant the patent renewal to GM, though it could only be a matter of time before it does.

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2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Revealed In Social Media Post

2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Revealed In Social Media Post

Will the Blue Oval’s latest snake leave us charmed?

If you love a thumping big V-8, tire-shredding RWD power, and all the attitude that goes with it, you’re spoiled for choice. Indeed, there’s no shortage of badass muscle cars out there these days, and now, it looks like Ford is getting in on the fun with a new Mustang Shelby GT500, as revealed in a recent Instagram post by user sinister_lifestyle.

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The Porsche Taycan Will be Priced to Compete with the Tesla Model S - At Least in Base Form

The Porsche Taycan Will be Priced to Compete with the Tesla Model S - At Least in Base Form

Pricing of Porsche’s first-ever electric car could slot between the Cayman and the Panamera

The Porsche Taycan is arguably the most technologically advanced model Porsche has ever built, but it’s not going to be priced that way. In fact, the Taycan looks like it’ll be more affordable than we thought. A Porsche executive revealed that the Taycan will like carry a starting price of €80,000 or around $92,500 based on current exchange rates. That said, top-spec versions of the Taycan aren’t going to come cheap, potentially reaching €200,000, or a little over $230,000.

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The BMW i4 Will Basically Be an All-Electric 4 Series GT; Should Deliver 375 Miles of Range

The BMW i4 Will Basically Be an All-Electric 4 Series GT; Should Deliver 375 Miles of Range

The BMW i4 should launch in 2021

BMW has revealed that the i4 will be its third electric model, and will essentially be a 4 Series GT with an electric powertrain. The i4, which is due in 2021, will bridge the gap between the i3 and i8, as well as the 3 Series and 5 Series.

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2018 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63

2018 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63

Mercedes is ready to revise its most potent version of the GLC SUV, the GLC63 AMG, along with the rest of the range. Camouflaged prototypes have been spotted testing on the Nurburgring, hiding some new bumpers, as well as new lights too.

This is is not a major revision of the model, at least not from the outside, and interior changes won’t be excessive either. Regarding its powertrain, since this is a mid-life cycle refresh, we don’t expect it to get any more power or any extra performance.

The big news with this is the new front end which has been reshaped to resemble that of the new Mercedes corporate face you’ve already seen on the CLS or the new A-Class.

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Former Corvette Engineers Look at Why It Took So Long for GM to Build a Mid-Engine Vette

Former Corvette Engineers Look at Why It Took So Long for GM to Build a Mid-Engine Vette

I’ts taken a while, but there will be a mid-engined 2020 Chevy C8 Corvette

Talk of a making mid-engined Corvette has been constant since the 1970s, but the idea never really fully materialized and if you want to know why GM only is just now testing one with plans to release in 2020, then do read on.

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The Rolls-Royce V-12 Will Soldier On Until the Brand is Forced to Go All-Electric

The Rolls-Royce V-12 Will Soldier On Until the Brand is Forced to Go All-Electric

There simply won’t be a hybrid Rolls-Royce. Period.

Rolls-Royce does not want to discontinue the V-12, and I will tell you why. Leasing a car is improvisation. Buying a house and putting it under a mortgage is improvisation. Taking a bank loan to finish school is improvisation. Taking a cab is improvisation. Melding your own broken TV remote is improvisation. Having a dinner in an expensive restaurant to impress a girl is improvisation. Driving a hybrid is improvisation.

Rolls-Royce isn’t about improvisation. It is about the exact opposite - about genuinity. Something only a handful can experience, acquire, and actually live. Like it always was.

And for those select few, the world of regulations, melting ice caps, water supply problems in equatorial countries, and possible fuel shortages aren’t really that big of a deal. Rolls-Royce deals with those kinds of people. Exclusively! Those kinds of people want and need a V-12. They will have it - for as long as the ICE is a big deal. When it stops being a big deal, Rolls-Royce will do what is only logical - switch to electricity.

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The Mercedes-AMG Project One is Delayed Until 2020 Because Mercedes is Struggling to Adapt that F1 Engine for Road Usage

The Mercedes-AMG Project One is Delayed Until 2020 Because Mercedes is Struggling to Adapt that F1 Engine for Road Usage

Who knew that infusing Formula One tech on a road car would be difficult?

Mercedes-AMG has admitted that the launch of the One hypercar has been delayed by almost a year. Initially scheduled to launch in 2019, Mercedes-AMG chief Tobias Moers now estimates the launch to take place sometime in mid-to-late 2020, owing to delays tied into the development of the hypercar’s Formula One-derived engine. Mercedes-AMG is currently working with its High-Performance Powertrains (HPP) division to address the issues.

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The Next-Gen Nissan Z and Nissan GT-R Will Be Electrified

The Next-Gen Nissan Z and Nissan GT-R Will Be Electrified

Oh, the horror!

There was speculation that Nissan might electrify its sports cars with their upcoming generations, and now a company official has dropped some bombs on the whole issue. By 2022, 40-percent of Nissan’s vehicles will be electrified, and that includes the Nissan Z and Nissan GT-R as well.

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The 2019 Porsche 911 Will be Offered as a Carrera T Because It's Pure

The 2019 Porsche 911 Will be Offered as a Carrera T Because It’s Pure

You can be as picky as you want and still get a 911 as per your liking

The next-gen Porsche 911 will bring in a plethora of models when it launches for 2019. The 911 turbo and 911 GT3 have already been spied testing, and now the automaker has confirmed that the Carrera T badge will return as well.

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The 2021 BMW M2 CS\CSL Was Spotted on the Nurburging; May Enter Limited Production in March 2020

The 2021 BMW M2 CS\CSL Was Spotted on the Nurburging; May Enter Limited Production in March 2020

Can This Be An M3 CSL E46 Hommage

With the M2, BMW most certainly proved it is still hard into developing epic driving machines. The M2 Competition, which is like the M2 doubled, was the next step into the direction any BMW enthusiast imagined. Now, seemingly, BMW is traveling even further into the extremes with the M2. Spy photographers (guys who probably camp at the ‘Ring waiting for their next braking pep) caught yet another M2 prototype. Some say it is the 2021 BMW M2 CS - the next hardcore version scheduled to shake and stir the whole goddamn small sports car market. The one to properly tackle the likes of the Cayman, some versions of the F-Type, and the like. I am still fresh from my driving stint in the M240i, and I can’t even imagine how cool a car like the M2 CS will be.

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