Tag: Alfa Romeo 4C

2022 Ford Maverick, Kia Sportage, BMW X3 And 4-Series Gran Coupe, Toyota Land Cruiser And GR 86: Your Morning Brief

Good morning and welcome to our weekly digest of automotive news from around the globe, starting with… How Much Hyundai Thinks Ioniq 5 Buyers Should Earn, And 4 More Unique Ioniq Facts You Definitely Didn’t Know Think you’ve read everything there is to know about Hyundai’s Ioniq 5? We bet you don’t know which feature […]

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2022 Kia EV6 Up-Close On Video, GM Reveals Chevelle Proposal, $13.4m Bugatti Voiture Noire Delivered, Supra Vs Tesla Street Racers Busted: Your Morning Brief

Good morning and welcome to our daily digest of automotive news from around the globe, starting with… Ford Is Now Building More Electric Mustang Mach-Es Than Gas-Powered Mustangs So far this year, Ford has built 27,816 Mustang Mach-Es, and only 26,089 gas-powered Mustangs, a ratio that has taken even Ford by surprise. After Two Years, […]

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Abarth Made A One-Off 1000 SP Roadster Based On Alfa Romeo’s 4C

These days the Abarth name is relegated to signposting the performance versions of Fiat’s 500 and 124 Spider sports cars. But back in the 1950s and 1960s Abarth was ticking off race wins all over Europe with its combination of tuned Fiat, Alfa Romeo, and even Porsche power units, and lightweight hand formed body panels. […]

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FCA US Sold Almost 198,000 Jeeps In Q1 – And Two Dodge Vipers

FCA has released its Q1 2021 sales chart for the United States, revealing that they parted ways with two Dodge Vipers, a model whose production officially ended in 2017. It’s unknown how many of them still reside in dealer lots nationwide, but Dodge also shifted four of them last year and five in 2019. Mind […]

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QOTD: Which Discontinued Cars From 2020 Will You Miss The Most?

With a number of cars leaving the US market this year, many people might be disappointed to see some of their favorite vehicles ride off into the sunset. The silver lining is that there will be plenty of new ones to look forward to in the next 12 months, but it still begs the question: […]

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