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The Golden Bow Tie has finally removed the covers on the 2020 C8 Chevrolet Corvette, and it’s a doozy. Widely known as America’s sports car, the latest ‘Vette looks poised to conquer not only the American market, but the globe as well. The 2020 Corvette–which comes in Stingray form–distances itself …

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British supercar maker Lotus was acquired by Chinese automotive brand Geely in 2017, and the combo is now unveiling the first fruit of that union with the new Lotus Evija. Pronounced as ‘e-vi-ya,’ the car is poised to become the most powerful production car in the world, and the look …

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Porsche is bringing virtual reality (VR) gaming to its cars with the introduction of Holoride technology. Unveiled at the Startup Autobahn Expo Day this Tuesday, July 16, Porsche and Holoride seek to show what the future of car entertainment can look like. The goal of Holoride–which provides backseat passengers with …

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Die-hard Elvis fans now have the chance to drive with the “King” (in spirit, that is). If you’re loaded with cash, just register at Kruse GWS Auctions this August and make your best online bid for his auctioned vehicles, which include the following: 1973 Lincoln Continental According to AP News, the …

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Legendary race car driver Mario Andretti owns an iconic 1984 Lamborghini Countach . Now, someone else has the chance to own it, as the car has gone up for sale at Motorcar Gallery in Florida, costing USD499,000 with only 17,715 kms on the odometer. The fact that this is a …

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The 12.6-kilometer long circular track of the Nardò Technical Center in Apulia, Italy has finally been reopened by Porsche Engineering Group GmbH, the international engineering services provider that has operated the facility since 2012. The renovation reportedly cost EUR35 million (around PHP2 billion) and lasted seven months as “part of …

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Ford and Volkswagen AG announced plans to expand their global alliance in ways that could signal the biggest seismic shift to happen in the auto industry in modern times. While mergers are nothing new, what makes the Ford/VW version unique is that they are seeking to create a new standard …

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While its counterparts focus on batteries, Toyota continues to pursue cars powered by the solar energy variety, with the Japanese car brand announcing that it’s ready to test the road-worthiness of its most advanced solar power system to date. Scheduled for a late July run using a Prius Plug-in Hybrid …

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So long, Bettle. Parting is such sweet sorrow. Aye, the last of the 65 models of the Volkswagen Beetle has rolled off its production yesterday in central Mexico. Each of the 65 vehicles will have a commemorative plaque on its left side, and will be numbered from 1-65. They will …

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Next year, expect the 2020 Ford Explorer to offer something that many drivers have been praying for: to get their tires to fix their punctures without any help. Made by Michelin, these tires can be so efficient in ‘self-sealing’ their holes that drivers won’t even notice their tires have been punctured …

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If there was a vehicle that epitomized ‘flower power’ back in the ’70s, that would be the Volkswagen Type 2 Microbus. Hauling surfers and their boards, attending peace rallies, appearing in Bob Dylan album covers, and even hauling Scooby Doo and the gang from one mystery to another, the VW …

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Another day with the record-breaking Volkswagen ID.R means another record gets broken–this time, it’s the 20-year-old Goodwood Festival of Speed Hillclimb Record. Driven once more by two-time Le Mans 24 Hours-winner Romain Dumas, the Goodwood record is the third landmark for the all-electric machine. The ID.R established a new electric …

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Strange, but true: According to car-sharing service Orix, Japanese customers who rent their vehicles don’t even bother driving them. This was backed up by Times24.Co, a leading automobile sharing service provider with more than a million users. According to its survey, it discovered that some of its customers who rent …

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Hyundai Motor Group has unveiled the world’s first Continuously Variable Valve Duration (CVVD) technology to feature in an engine. The South Korean car company revealed the CVVD on Wednesday, July 3, at Hyundai Motorstudio Goyang, featuring in its new Smartstream G1.6 T-GDi engine. The technology, along with the engine, is …

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This car knocked the wind out of us a bit. In fact, it took us a couple of seconds to convince ourselves that the newly-revived De Tomaso P72 isn’t just a gorgeous, retro-glam art that’s meant solely for display. What’s more,  its timing is just right. The P72 made its …

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