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Revive Power Paste
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Sales of hybrid cars soar as diesels plunge by nearly a quarter
Drivers continue to shun diesel in the face of environmental and tax concernsSales of plug-in hybrid cars soared by nearly three-quarters year on year in May, dramatically outstripping the 3.4% overall growth in new car registrations.Nearly 4,000 plug-in hybrids, which typically run for about 50 miles on a battery before a combustion engine kicks in, were bought last month, up from 2,301 in May 2017. Continue reading...... [more]
www.theguardian.com : 2018-06-05 10:37:21

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Sales of hybrid cars soar as diesels plunge by nearly a quarter

Drivers continue to shun diesel in the face of environmental and tax concernsSales of plug-in hybrid cars soared by nearly three-quarters year on year in May, dramatically outstripping the 3.4% overall growth in new car registrations.Nearly 4,000 plug-in hybrids, which typically run for about 50 miles on a battery before a combustion engine kicks in, were bought last month, up from 2,301 in May 2017. Continue reading...... [more]
www.theguardian.com : 2018-06-05 10:37:21

Texas brings back eco-friendly car incentives

Texas may be the biggest pickup truck market in the country, but the Lone Star State wants its roads to be a little greener in the future. After staying out of the eco-car rebate for the last three years, Texas will reinstate incentives beginning Sept. 1 as high as $5,000 on alternative fuel vehicles—electric cars, plug-in hybrids, hydrogen...... [more]
www.thecarconnection.com : 2018-06-04 22:58:00

Pininfarina at the Turin Motor Show

At the Parco Valentino Turin Auto Show Pininfarina will bring six iconic concept cars covering 50 years of history.... [more]
feedproxy.google.com : 2018-06-04 09:35:13

Elon Musk: as business fortunes dip, he starts a war with the media

The champion of clean energy and space travel, who was on a trajectory seemingly forever up, is now locked in battle with the same media which once feted himOnce upon a time Elon Musk was our era’s real-life Tony Stark, a billionaire Iron Man streaking across the sky with technology to save the planet and take us to Mars.Reusable rockets, electric cars, solar power, he did them all, taking time out to advise Robert Downey Jr on how to play the Marvel superhero on a trajectory seemingly forever up, up, up. Continue reading...... [more]
www.theguardian.com : 2018-06-04 06:20:07

Royal Enfield Classic 500 Pegasus preview: ‘The famous Flying Flea rides again’ | Martin Love

It played a pivotal role in many campaigns through the Second World War, and now a special limited-edition of the RE/WD 125 is back in actionRoyal Enfield Classic 500 PegasusPrice £4,999, royalenfield.comEngine 500ccThis great brute of a motorbike, which is being released by Royal Enfield next month, was inspired by the ‘Flying Flea’, the company’s legendary Second World War motorcycle. The Flying Flea, or to give it its proper name the RE/WD 125, was the first proper motorbike to be dropped behind enemy lines. It was a capable, two-stroke 125cc that proved to be almost indestructible. It was hugely popular on the ground and played a vital role in some of the great battles of the war, including D-Day and Arnhem. Continue reading...... [more]
www.theguardian.com : 2018-06-03 05:59:38

MotorEx: More Smoke, More Noise

Imagine this: You’ve just been tasked with improving a monster-sized event; how on earth will you one-up Australia’s largest and most highly respected car show? I’ve never really been too interested in static shows, mostly because I have the attention span of a small child in an amusement park. But still, I’ve pondered the answer to the […] The post MotorEx: More Smoke, More Noise appeared first on Speedhunters.... [more]
feedproxy.google.com : 2018-06-02 18:00:34

Alfa Romeo to launch new 700bhp 8C and 600bhp GTV coupe

Jordan Katsianis 1 Jun 2018 Alfa Romeo and Maserati’s future product plans have been revealed to investors and the media, revealing a cross section of new performance cars, and ubiquitous SUVs to help ensure juicy future profits for the vulnerable Italian manufacturer. Alfa Romeo has confirmed it will launch a new 8C supercar coupe by 2022. Powered by a 700bhp twin-turbocharged V8 - likely to be heavily based on Ferrari’s next V8 engine for the 488’s replacement, but unlike its front engined predecessor (built between 2009 and 20013) the new 8C will be mid-engined. The engine’s power output will be supplemented by an electric motor driving the front axle. > Click here for our review of the Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio Built on a carbon-fibre monocoque chassis, the new 8C will be aimed at established junior supercars such as Audi R8 and McLaren 570S, as well as Aston Martin’s forthcoming mid-engined supercar. And, of course, the 488. Ima... [more]
www.evo.co.uk : 2018-06-01 13:00:54

Advanced new 2019 Mazda 3 to KO diesels

James Brodie 2018-06-01 10:00 Next Mazda 3 hatch promises petrol pace and diesel fuel efficiency, and our exclusive images preview the look Mazda will reinvent its Volkswagen Golf-rivalling 3 later this year with new engine tech that could eventually spell the end of diesel power in its cars. The fourth-generation car will make its debut at November’s LA motor show, before going on sale in the UK in 2019. Another big focus point for Mazda will be an improvement in quality aimed at moving the hatchback further upmarket to better compete against premium rivals such as the Audi A3 and Mercedes A-Class. • Best hatchbacks on sale right now The design of the new 3 will play a role in that shift; the production car, previewed in our exclusive images, will be heavily inspired by the KAI concept seen at last year’s Tokyo motor show. Image 2 of 4 Image 2 of 4 Mazda Europe design director Kevin Rice told Auto Express that the concept had been penned w... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-06-01 09:54:06

New facelifted Audi A4 spotted on the road

Jonathan Burn 2018-05-31 15:00 An updated version of the popular Audi A4 saloon is on the way, with 48v mild hybrid tech likely An updated version of one of Audi’s biggest sellers, the A4 saloon, will arrive before the end of the year, Auto Express can reveal. Despite sales figures for the A4 slipping in the wake of buyers flocking to SUVs, the saloon remains Audi’s biggest seller in Europe; tens of millions of pounds will be pumped into the development of the updated A4 to increase its appeal.  Ahead of the car being revealed, possibly at this year’s Paris motor show, spy shots have shown the Mercedes C-Class rival undergoing testing in Germany. It’s clear the A4 won’t benefit from a dramatic exterior redesign; the modest disguise suggests a reshaped front bumper will be the biggest visual change. However, new headlamps and a reprofiled rear bumper are also expected. • Best executive cars on sale The light disguise could indicated that... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-05-31 14:56:26

‘Charging points must keep up with EVs’ popularity’

Steve Fowler 2018-05-31 10:00 With up to a million electric cars due to hit Britain’s roads by 2020, can our charging infrastructure keep up? This week I’ve been lucky enough to take delivery of a new Nissan Leaf. And as it’s built in the North East, I felt it only right to head up to Nissan’s factory in Sunderland to get my new car. Given the new Leaf’s claimed range of 235 miles, I hoped I’d be able to do the 273-mile trip back south to my home with just one stop for charging. You can find out whether I managed it in a few weeks. • The best electric cars on sale in 2018 With an electric car now on my driveway, I was interested to see a prediction from data specialist Emu Analytics that there’ll be an 83 per cent shortfall in EV charging points by 2020. Its report claimed we’ll need 83,500 points – up from today’s 16,500 – to serve an estimated one million EVs on the road. So should we be worried? David Martell, boss of Charg... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-05-31 10:05:44


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