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  • The 2022 GMC Hummer EV Boasts Lockers And Up To 15.9 Inches Of Ground Clearance

    The GMC Hummer EV news continues as the company has released more pictures and details about the electric pickup. This time we’re focusing on the model’s off-road chops which are a hallmark of the brand.  However, the Hummer EV isn’t your traditional pickup as it eschews normal frame rails and instead uses the battery pack […] More

  • The Navy SEAL Trident | What Is the Navy SEAL Trident?

    The Navy SEAL Trident | What Is the Navy SEAL Trident?

    Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Anthony Walker The Trident is a gold pin that identifies U.S. Navy SEALs, and it’s filled with meaning, from the eagle to the pistol. Sometimes, the pin goes by other nicknames, including “Chicken on a Fork” and “The Budweiser.” It’s also at the center of a controversy involving former U.S. […] More

  • Alex Marquez “started to understand” Honda MotoGP criticisms

    Alex Marquez “started to understand” Honda MotoGP criticisms

    The 2020 RC213V has proven to be a tougher motorcycle than its predecessor, with its turning characteristics, and the way it enters corners, coming in for criticism from its riders this year. Prior to the French GP, no Honda rider had scored a podium, though rookie Marquez now has two to his credit after his […] More

  • Tony Stewart pranked Chase Briscoe over 2021 NASCAR Cup ride

    Tony Stewart pranked Chase Briscoe over 2021 NASCAR Cup ride

    Speaking on Fox Sport’s Race Hub show, Briscoe revealed the full story of his awe at getting to drive for Stewart-Haas Racing in the #14 Ford that Stewart himself used to race. “To grow up in Southern Indiana, we both grew up racing sprint cars, primarily non-winged sprint cars, just our backgrounds are so similar […] More

  • Tesla vehicles are starting to go into the new Boring Company Loop in Las Vegas

    Tesla vehicles are starting to go into the new Boring Company Loop in Las Vegas

    The first Tesla vehicles are starting to go into the tunnels of the new Boring Company Loop in Las Vegas for testing. It looks like they are getting closer to launching the new transportation system. A Boring Company Loop system consists of tunnels in which autonomous electric vehicles travel at high speeds between stations to […] More

  • New electric road car-based series announced

    New electric road car-based series announced

    SuperCharge will be managed by ex-Stewart and Jaguar Formula 1 team commercial director Rob Armstrong, who latterly served as the global head of motorsport for World Rallycross promotor IMG.  His fellow co-founder is Max Welti – formerly of the Sauber F1 and World Sportscar concerns before becoming principal of the Swiss A1 GP team and […] More

  • 2021 Volvo XC40 Recharge, company’s first EV, costs $53,990

    2021 Volvo XC40 Recharge, company's first EV, costs $53,990

    Volvo revealed its first fully electric vehicle, the 2021 XC40 Recharge, in October 2019 and on Wednesday we learned the price. Part of the company’s larger effort to reduce carbon emissions, the EV crossover SUV will start at $53,990 before the available $7,500 federal tax credit. The XC40 Recharge rides on the same Compact Modular […] More

  • NASCAR believes Michael Jordan can be a ‘player’ in racing, too

    NASCAR believes Michael Jordan can be a ‘player’ in racing, too

    Last month, Jordan, the NBA legend and current owner of the Charlotte Hornets, announced he would become the majority owner in a Cup series team that would begin competition in 2021 with driver Bubba Wallace. NASCAR veteran Denny Hamlin, a longtime friend of Jordan’s, will be a minority partner. Wallace, the only African-American fulltime driver […] More

  • Ocon pleased with Alonso simulator support at Renault F1

    Ocon pleased with Alonso simulator support at Renault F1

    With Alonso fired up over his return to Formula 1 next year, he has done some sessions in the Renault simulator in recent weeks to try to get himself more integrated with the Enstone-based squad. And, with the Spaniard eager to keep tabs on how the team is progressing, Ocon says that Alonso’s input and […] More

  • Roborock Robot Vacuums on Sale

    Roborock Robot Vacuums on Sale

    Chances are, you have a serious bout of cleaning fatigue. That’s natural after spending months cooped up in your home. Today presents a good opportunity to outsource some of that tidying up, as Amazon is taking up to 44 percent off Roborock’s robot vacuums. The brand’s S6 MaxV came out on top during our recent […] More

  • BMW Growth Strategy to Increase Fleet Market Share – Vehicle Research

    BMW Growth Strategy to Increase Fleet Market Share - Vehicle Research

    BMW of North America’s growth strategy leverages global BMW Group initiatives. For example, BMW Group introduced “The Power of Choice” concept allowing customers to choose which drivetrain best fits their needs. “Whether fully electric, hybrid technology, or internal combustion engine – BMW’s global production network will gradually be able to produce vehicles on the same […] More

  • New look coming for high-performance SUV

    New look coming for high-performance SUV

    BMW is working on a mid-cycle update for the X3 and X4, which arrived in their current form for the 2018 and 2019 model years, respectively. This means the high-performance versions of the popular SUVs, the X3 M and X4 M, are also due to receive some updates. Today we have spy shots of a […] More

  • A Ferrari F430 Spider With A Gated Manual Is A Petrolhead’s Dream Ride

    Throughout its history, Ferrari has rolled out some pretty impressive mid-engined V8 models and, of recent years, the Ferrari F430 is one of the most acclaimed. Driven by a naturally aspirated 4.3-liter V8, the F430 was very fast when it hit the market and, even by modern stands, it’s still pretty quick. It was also […] More

  • Honda MotoGP team dismisses new Marquez surgery rumours

    Honda MotoGP team dismisses new Marquez surgery rumours

    Marquez broken his right arm in a heavy crash during the season-opening Spanish Grand Prix at Jerez back in July. He tried to stage a comeback the following week at the Andalusian GP just days after surgery, but withdrew after qualifying when he began to suffer more swelling in the arm and a lack of […] More

  • Ferrari to introduce further upgrades in Portugal

    Ferrari to introduce further upgrades in Portugal

    Ferrari has struggled for pace throughout the 2020 F1 season, languishing down in sixth place in the constructors’ championship due to both aerodynamic and engine deficits. In a bid to rectify its aerodynamic issues, the Maranello outfit has developed a wide array of upgrades, which it has rolled out over the past two weeks. Upgrades […] More

  • two more movies reportedly in the works

    two more movies reportedly in the works

    The “Fast and Furious” franchise will get two more installments before finally wrapping up after 20 years, Deadline reported Tuesday. According to the report, Universal Pictures is planning to add two more movies, bringing the grand total to 11. These will be the final movies in the franchise. Justin Lin is reportedly in talks to […] More

  • Racing Point explains timeline of Stroll’s COVID-19 test

    Racing Point explains timeline of Stroll’s COVID-19 test

    Stroll missed the Nurburgring race, having felt unwell since the previous event in Sochi and then been struck by a stomach upset in Germany. He had tested negative for COVID-19 on the Tuesday before the race weekend but then had a positive test on the Sunday after returning home to Switzerland. The Canadian confirmed on […] More

  • Here’s All The Stuff GM Said It Would Spend Billions On

    Here's All The Stuff GM Said It Would Spend Billions On

    Photo: GM The year 2020 has turned out to be in part an extended marketing push by GM to convince everyone that it’s all about electric now. It debuted an EV platform it pioneered decades ago, it debuted its family of EV powertrains, it tied up with Honda for EVs. And this week, it said […] More

  • Loris Baz casts doubt on Ten Kate’s World Superbike future

    Loris Baz casts doubt on Ten Kate's World Superbike future

    Ex-MotoGP rider Baz completed his first full season in WSBK with Ten Kate this year after embarking on a partial campaign with the former Honda squad last year. He scored four podium finishes on his way to eighth in the final standings, second-best of the independent riders behind Go Eleven Ducati’s Michael Ruben Rinaldi. Baz […] More

  • COVID-19 found in sewage after the Bathurst 1000

    COVID-19 found in sewage after the Bathurst 1000

    According to NSW Health, wastewater from Bathurst returned a positive sample, which could indicate “a current or a previous infection in someone who attended or worked at the Bathurst 1000”. Anybody who attended the event is therefore being urged to get tested should they have any symptoms. “NSW Health is tonight calling on anyone who […] More

  • McLaren Formula One driver Lando Norris has fun in the Elva speedster

    McLaren Formula One driver Lando Norris has fun in the Elva speedster

    McLaren Formula One driver Lando Norris, currently sixth in the 2020 Drivers’ Championship, took time out from his busy schedule recently to help test McLaren’s new Elva speedster. The open-top speedster in the final stages of its development program which is being overseen by retired racer Kenny Bräck, now chief tester for McLaren’s road car […] More

  • Erik Jones joins Richard Petty Motorsports for 2021 Cup Series

    Erik Jones joins Richard Petty Motorsports for 2021 Cup Series

    Jones has signed a multi-year driver agreement with the team, to drive the number made famous by NASCAR Hall of Famer Richard Petty. “It is an incredible honor to have Richard Petty want you to drive for his race team and with the car number he made famous,” said Jones. “Richard Petty Motorsports has a […] More

  • Volvo XC40 Electric starts $20,000 more expensive than gasoline-powered version

    Volvo XC40 Electric starts $20,000 more expensive than gasoline-powered version

    Volvo has now confirmed the price of the XC40 Recharge, the electric version of Volvo’s best-selling small SUV, and it shows the problem with automakers launching electric versions of existing cars. The XC40 Recharge is the first Volvo-branded all-electric vehicle. It went into production earlier this month with some interesting features: Volvo also confirmed the […] More

  • McLaren ‘strongly believes’ upgrade package is needed

    McLaren 'strongly believes' upgrade package is needed

    Sainz had exclusive use of the new aero package at the Eifel Grand Prix but was left unconvinced that it was a step forward as he struggled to find a good balance in both qualifying and the race. Speaking after being too far away from a close fight for the top three, Sainz said: “With […] More

  • Taigei Sub Runs on Lithium-Ion Batteries

    Taigei Sub Runs on Lithium-Ion Batteries

    Japan Maritime Self Defense Force Japan just launched the first of a new class of submarines, Taigei. The new subs’ lithium-ion batteries greatly increase the submarine’s endurance operating underwater, though they do come with some risk. The subs are also Japan’s first coed submarines, with facilities for female sailors. Japan has launched the first of […] More

  • Hyundai Debuts New i20 N Rally2 Car For Private Teams And Drivers

    The all-new i20 N Rally2 is Hyundai’s latest motorsport offering for private teams and drivers, replacing the old i20 R5 which has been in circulation since 2015. The i20 N Rally2 is based on the all-new road-going i20 N’s chassis, building on the sporty look of the road car, which itself boasts several elements inspired […] More

  • Revived De Tomaso to call US home

    Revived De Tomaso to call US home

    The modern incarnation of legendary Italian performance brand De Tomaso is set to call the United States home. The company said Wednesday it is in talks with several states over a suitable location and will be able to announce further details within the next six months. The plan is to establish a local headquarters and […] More

  • “Killer” Rossi celebrating top fives like a win “sad”

    "Killer" Rossi celebrating top fives like a win "sad"

    Rossi will continue his MotoGP career into 2021 after signing a new deal with Yamaha to join Petronas SRT with full factory support.  The nine-time grand prix motorcycle world champion scored a third-place finish in July’s Andalusian Grand Prix and three more top five finishes since – though registered three-successive DNFs from the Emilia Romagna […] More

  • 2021 Hyundai i20 N adds spice to the subcompact arena

    2021 Hyundai i20 N adds spice to the subcompact arena

    Hyundai’s i20 subscompact hatch sold overseas was redesigned this year, with the new car bringing a sharper, almost premium look, loads of new tech in the cabin, and an available mild-hybrid powertrain. Now it has spawned a sporty i20 N variant that was developed alongside Hyundai’s next World Rally Championship contender. There’s also a tamer […] More

  • Plug-in hybrid super sedan on the way

    Plug-in hybrid super sedan on the way

    A new generation of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class was revealed in September, but the version most Motor Authority readers will be interested in, the Mercedes-AMG S63, was notably missing. That’s because AMG has some major changes pegged for its full-size super sedan, a prototype for which has just been spotted. The tester has all the signature […] More

  • The Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series Probably Just Set A 6:43 ‘Ring Lap, Taking The Production Record

    The Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series Probably Just Set A 6:43 'Ring Lap, Taking The Production Record

    According to Nurburgring-based YouTube Misha Charoudin, the AMG GT Black is the new production car lap record hodler Although Mercedes is yet to confirm it, the company’s brilliantly ridiculous AMG GT Black Series is the new production car lap record holder at the Nurburgring. According to the calculations of ‘Ring YouTuber Misha Charoudin, who has […] More

  • Mercedes-AMG S-class spied – next S63 set to embrace hybrid tech

    Mercedes-AMG S-class spied – next S63 set to embrace hybrid tech

    The Mercedes S-class has long been a technical spearhead of next-generation technology and design, and alongside everything the all-new S has to offer, the hot-rod AMG derivative should be packing some fresh hardware of its own.  As part of AMG’s path to complete electrification, this new S63 (if indeed it keeps that moniker) is expected […] More

  • Harley-Davidson LiveWire electric motorcycles recalled after power issue

    Harley-Davidson LiveWire electric motorcycles recalled after power issue

    Harley-Davidson is recalling all 2020 LiveWire electric motorcycles produced within a certain date range due to a power loss issue related to the charging circuitry. The recall, which was just announced yesterday, includes all 2020 Harley-Davidson LiveWire electric motorcycles produced between September 23, 2019 and March 16, 2020. Harley-Davidson estimates that 1% of these bikes […] More

  • Formula E indefinitely postpones Mexico, Sanya races

    Formula E indefinitely postpones Mexico, Sanya races

    Following approval from the FIA World Motor Sport Council in June, FE issued a provisional schedule for its seventh season in which all races are due to take place in 2021. Ostensibly owing to the ongoing global health crisis, however, a new timetable has now been called into action, with both the Mexico and China events delayed […] More

  • 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1’s Handling Package now available with 10-speed auto

    2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1's Handling Package now available with 10-speed auto

    Ford’s revived its Mach 1 nameplate for a track-focused Mustang that cherry picks some top items from across the sixth-generation lineup. Order books for the limited-edition car opened last week, and due to popular demand Ford has decided to make the available Handing Package (available from January 2021) applicable on cars equipped with the 10-speed […] More

  • MotoAmerica champion Beaubier makes step up to Moto2

    MotoAmerica champion Beaubier makes step up to Moto2

    Beaubier contested the 2009 125cc world championship with the Red Bull KTM squad, partnering future six-time MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez in his second season in the class. Finding little success, Beaubier made a name for himself on home soil, winning the MotoAmerica Superbike title five times in 2015, 2016, 2018, 2019 and 2020. The […] More

  • Recovered Stroll tested COVID-19 positive after Eifel GP

    Recovered Stroll tested COVID-19 positive after Eifel GP

    The Canadian is the second F1 driver to test positive after his teammate Sergio Perez, who missed both the races at Silverstone in August after contracting the virus. Stroll missed the Nurburgring race after feeling unwell on the Saturday morning, and he was replaced from qualifying onwards by Nico Hulkenberg – who also deputised for […] More

  • Nissan’s latest concept is the Z we want

    The new Nissan Z Proto concept combines design cues from past and present into an all-new form. When an automaker creates a sports car as immediately classic as the now legendary 240Z, it’s often all downhill from there. It’s like the band that has a top-10 hit on their first album, and never achieves the […] More

  • No plans for total AMG rebrand of Mercedes F1 operation

    No plans for total AMG rebrand of Mercedes F1 operation

    Mercedes has raced with its high-performance AMG brand as part of its official F1 team name since 2012, as well as carrying AMG sponsorship on its F1 car models. Daimler CEO Ola Kallenius revealed earlier this month in a strategy briefing that ties between the AMG brand and Mercedes’ F1 team would be strengthened moving […] More

  • Why Timur Boguslavskiy has added incentive in the Spa 24 Hours

    Why Timur Boguslavskiy has added incentive in the Spa 24 Hours

    Many car brands organize a special party with their drivers from different series attending. And if Mercedes does that this winter, of course, Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas are going to be the megastars. But who might step on to the red carpet next? DTM stars? Well, there’s no more Mercedes in DTM. Its 24 […] More

  • Repsol renews title partnership with Honda in MotoGP

    Repsol renews title partnership with Honda in MotoGP

    The Repsol Honda tie-up has been one of motorsport’s most enduring partnerships, with HRC’s factory squad first featuring Repsol branding back in 1995. Since then, the Repsol Honda partnership has celebrated 15 riders’ championships courtesy of Mick Doohan, Alex Criville, Valentino Rossi, Nicky Hayden, Casey Stoner and Marc Marquez. Rumours emerged from the MotoGP paddock […] More

  • Kenta Yamashita suffering from lack of racing

    Kenta Yamashita suffering from lack of racing

    Yamashita was making his second appearance of the 2020 season last weekend at Sugo, having missed the previous round at Okayama due to quarantine restrictions after participating in the Le Mans 24 Hours for the High Class Racing LMP2 squad. He qualified seventh, four places behind Kondo Racing teammate Sacha Fenestraz, and finished sixth, 25 […] More

  • 2021 Fiat Panda Debuts With Revised Styling, New Infotainment System

    Fiat is celebrating the Panda’s 40th anniversary by unveiling a facelifted model dubbed the New Panda. The updated model has a new front bumper, modified side skirts and restyled wheels. It also sports a new touchscreen infotainment system with a 7-inch display and support for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The New Panda also features […] More

  • The 1000bhp GMC Hummer EV Is Here And It Has A Diagonal-Driving ‘Crab Walk’ Mode

    The 1000bhp GMC Hummer EV Is Here And It Has A Diagonal-Driving 'Crab Walk' Mode

    The all-electric Hummer pick-up has a triple-motor, 986bhp powertrain which gives it the ability to crack 0-60mph in just three seconds The Hummer is back, although this time, it’s quite a bit quieter. The last version – the H3 – could be had with either an inline-five or small-block V8, but this one? It’s all-electric, […] More

  • Nissan Reveals 2021 Altima MSRP Pricing – Vehicle Research

    Nissan Reveals 2021 Altima MSRP Pricing - Vehicle Research

    Photo: Nissan Pricing for the 2021 Nissan Altima will start with a MSRP of $24,300 for the base S trim, and features a suite of safety features standard across five grade levels. Moving to higher trims, available in front-wheel and all-wheel drive, the Altima SV with FWD is priced at $25,400 and the AWD version […] More

  • Supercars targeting $350,000 cars with Gen3

    Supercars targeting $350,000 cars with Gen3

    Reducing costs has been a key focus in developing the new-for-2022 regulations, as the category looks to shore up the future of its existing teams and entice new teams and manufacturers to get involved. Control parts are set to play a big part in making the cars cheaper to build/buy and run, with the entire […] More

  • Driving A Lamborghini Diablo SV Is Not As Demanding As You Might Have Thought

    Driving A Lamborghini Diablo SV Is Not As Demanding As You Might Have Thought

    Launched 23 years before the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ, the SV sat in the middle of the Diablo’s range. Slotted beneath the bodywork of the Diablo SV is a 5.7-liter naturally aspirated V12 that produces 510 hp and 428 lb-ft (580 Nm) of torque. Unlike the Diablo VT on which it was based, the SV ditched […] More

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