Tag: Europe

C8 Corvette Stingray Finally Crosses The Atlantic – Should The European Establishment Worry?

The Chevrolet C8 Corvette Stingray has finally touched down in the UK and these two reviews showcase it being put through its paces in both Coupe and Convertible configurations. All variants of the C8 Corvette Stingray heading to the UK, and the rest of Europe, come standard with the Z51 Performance Package that is an […]

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MILITEM FERŌX-T Is A Jeep Gladiator In An Italian Suit

Say hello to the MILITEM FERŌX-T, a heavily-modified Jeep Gladiator brought to life by Italian company MILITEM. Significant alterations have been made to the Gladiator’s bodywork. For example, it features new LED headlights, a bespoke front fascia with a pronounced grille, an LED daytime running light, and an off-road-focused bumper. Watch Also: Jay Leno Preps […]

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NIO Brings Battery Swapping To Europe As They Launch ES8 SUV And Open First NIO House In Norway

NIO’s European expansion has kicked off, with the Chinese electric car maker debuting the flagship ES8 SUV at the new NIO house in Oslo. The launch took part on the 30th of September with preparations to open the Oslo NIO house to the public on October 1st. The NIO ES8 starts at NOK 609,000 ($69,500 […]

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EV And PHEVs Outsold Diesels In Europe In August For The First Time Ever

Sales of fully electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles in Europe, overtook diesel-powered vehicles for the first time ever in the month of August (2021), according to data provided by JATO Europe. EVs and plug-in hybrids managed to take a 21 percent market share with 151,737 deliveries, leaving behind diesels with 20 percent and 141,635 units […]

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Czech Republic To Fight The European Union’s Internal Combustion Engine Ban

The Czech Republic isn’t impressed with a proposal from the European Union to ban the sale of new gasoline and diesel cars by 2035. While many countries around the world are announcing plans to ban the sale of combustion-powered cars during the 2030s, Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis has revealed that he opposes this plan. […]

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Porsche CEO Doesn’t Think Italian Supercar Makers Should Be Exempt From EU ICE Bans

Porsche’s chief executive doesn’t like the idea of select Italian supercar manufacturers being granted special exemptions from European Union regulations. Earlier this week, the Minister for Ecological Transition in Prime Minister Mario Draghi’s administration, Roberto Cingolani, said a deal with the EU could allow small low-volume Italian carmakers to continue building gas-powered models beyond 2035, […]

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