Tag: Reports

Lamborghini Aventador LP780-4 Ultimae Sold Out, Bid Farewell To The Non Electrified V12

Three months after Lamborghini presented the Aventador LP780-4 Ultimae which is the swan song of the current V12 flagship, all 600 units of the supercar have been sold out, marking the end of an era. Besides the end of Aventador’s availability, this is also a goodbye to the pure ICE V12 engine since the upcoming Lamborghini […]

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Designer Of The Original Countach Slams Reincarnation, Says It Does Not Reflect His Spirit Of Innovation

Marcello Gandini, the designer of the original Lamborghini Countach, has spoken out against the new Countach LPI 800-4, claiming that it “does not reflect his spirit and his vision.” Gandini, who has also been credited with iconic shapes such as the Lancia Stratos and Alfa Romeo Montreal, went as far as issuing a press release distancing […]

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Tesla Introduces Full-Self Driving Beta 10.3.1 After Weekend Hiccups

Tesla briefly rolled back the introduction of its latest Full Self-Driving beta software following complaints from beta testers. Chief executive Elon Musk confirmed on Twitter that Beta 10.3 was released briefly over the weekend and would be accessible to Tesla owners with perfect safety scores. However, less than a day after being released, Tesla rolled […]

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Mazda CX-3 Will Be Dropped From European Market At The End Of 2021

The Mazda CX-3, will be dropped from the automaker’s European range with production ending at the end of the year. The news was confirmed by representatives of Mazda Poland to Auto Catalog, and by Mazda Germany to Motor1, stating that production of the European-spec CX-3 will be completed in December. The subcompact crossover was introduced back in 2014 […]

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Canoo To Source Batteries For Its Lifestyle Vehicle From Panasonic

The forthcoming Canoo Lifestyle Vehicle all-electric van will use batteries supplied by Panasonic. Underpinning the Lifestyle Vehicle is Canoo’s modular platform and the Panasonic battery cells will be integrated into modules directly in the structure of the platform itself. This should make it easier to perform service repairs and upgrades to the battery modules. Read […]

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Porsche Is Now Using Artificial Intelligence In Its Finance Department

The use of artificial intelligence across most industries is becoming more commonplace, so much so that Porsche has revealed it has started using AI in its finance department. The German car manufacturer recently launched its Forecast Accounting Support Technology (FAST) project that sees auditors in its finance department being assisted with artificial intelligence. Porsche firstly […]

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Engineer’s Linkedin Profile Suggests Next-Gen Mustang Getting Two Hybrid Powertrains

Ford has dropped a few hints about the next-generation Mustang as the automaker has already confirmed plans to electrify the legendary pony car. While the company has been tight-lipped about specifics, an engineer’s Linkedin profile might have provided a handful of important clues. The information should be taken with a grain of salt, but their […]

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Lucid CEO Says Fleets Of Robotaxis Are A Decade Away

The chief executive of Lucid doesn’t think we will see fleets of self-driving taxis for another decade. Hot on the heels of Lucid beginning production of the all-electric Air, chief executive Peter Rawlinson told Reuters that technological hurdles will prevent robotaxis from becoming commonplace anytime in the near future. “I think we’re 10 years out […]

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