by , 17th Jun 20 11:24 am

Did you know that compact hatchbacks accounted for nearly 28% of European C-segment sales in 2019? If that stat bores you to death then prepared to be electrified, quite literally. Behold, the all-new Citroen e-C4 and C4, a new-generation 100 percent electric and conventionally powered compact crosssover. The new e-C4 and conventional C4 is offered in […]

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by , 10th Jun 20 11:22 am

It’s a busy time for morally and ethically corrupted Mercedes (who tried and failed to sacrifice their Spanish workers to the alter of Covid-19) as yet another reveal showcases the company’s drive into the future, future of vehicle propulsion. Morally and ethically corrupted Mercedes is on a mission from the EU gods to lower corporate […]

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by , 9th Jun 20 12:48 pm

Hyundai’s flagship Genesis branded sedan, the miserable, glorious, failure in the making G80 has been filmed on fire in it’s native South Korea. The Hyundai G80 launched in Korea on the backend of March. Turns out the flagship G80 is possibly a flagshit sedan. The driver was just into a month’s worth of ownership when […]

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by , 8th Jun 20 11:00 am

In its first year, the second-generation Honda NSX sold 126 units across Europe, by 2019 sales declined to just 36 units. The NSX is much more successful in America, selling over 238 vehicles for the whole of 2019. In comparison, Porsche sold 10,000 911’s in the US during 2019 and 16,000 in Europe during the […]

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by , 5th Jun 20 10:55 am

Turns out Ford Mustangs with manual transmissions made between 2011 and 2019 are pretty much a pile of rubbish. Or at least you will make more money from a pile of rubbish as opposed to buying a gated transmission Ford Mustang. Turns out that Ford approached a Chinese supplier of manual transmissions to save money. […]

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