Month: February 2021

Ferrari returning to Le Mans top flight with hypercar in 2023

Ferrari 488 GTEs from the virtual 24 Hours of Le Mans in June. Ferrari will return to the top flight of endurance racing with a hypercar entry in 2023, competing for outright Le Mans 24

ANOTHER CHANCE TO WATCH “DRIVING AMELIA” ON NBCSN

ANOTHER CHANCE TO WATCH “DRIVING AMELIA” ON NBCSN The Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance is proud to announce another chance to watch “Driving Amelia.” The hour-long television program showcases the 2020 Amelia, celebrating 25 years of

Tested: 2021 Buick Envision Merely Poses as A Luxury SUV

In the classic sci-fi film Invasion of the Body Snatchers, aliens come down to Earth and essentially start producing emotionless human duplicates. A similar, albeit much less sinister, scenario is happening with Buick, a brand

Tesla stock tumbles, Elon Musk no longer world’s richest person

The eccentric CEO’s net worth is now estimated at US$182.2 billion. The value of Tesla stock has fallen more than 20 per cent since January, relegating CEO Elon Musk to second place on the international

U.S. Postal Service awards billion-dollar truck contract to Oshkosh

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) said on Tuesday it will award a multibillion-dollar, 10-year contract to Oshkosh Defense to manufacture a new generation of postal delivery vehicles. Under the initial $482 million investment, Oshkosh Defense, a unit

2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Kicks Off EV Lineup in Eye-Catching Style

Hyundai debuted the new, all-electric Ioniq 5 today in South Korea, marking the beginning of its all-electric Ioniq subbrand. The Ioniq 5’s modern look is drawn in large part from the Hyundai 45 concept. The

Ford and Tesla promise helping hands in storm-struck Texas

The US-based automotive manufacturers are, for once, pulling in the same direction. US-based automotive manufacturers Ford and Tesla have announced plans to deliver relief in storm-struck Texas. The ongoing crisis – caused by a multitude

Lucid Motors agrees to go public in merger with blank-check firm

Lucid Motors on Monday agreed to go public by merging with Churchill Capital IV Corp, a blank-check firm backed by Wall Street dealmaker and former Citigroup banker Michael Klein, in a deal that valued the

The Murphy – coolest little car museum you’ve never have heard of

Last weekend, I visited the Murphy Auto Museum in Oxnard, California.  Never new about it, never heard about it before — and I’m in the business, remember…So what a pleasant surprise. This little outfit exists

Tested: 2021 Kia K5 GT Has Unfinished Business

Conventional wisdom says that 300 horsepower is about the practical limit for a front-wheel-drive car. It’s all about basic physics: When a car accelerates, its weight shifts to the rear, and that’s not ideal when