And do not think for a second this is traditional warfare – which, luckily, also means there are no losses of human life. Instead, the struggles take many novel automotive forms, from new model skirmishes to aftermarket battles and motorsport belligerence. And there is no need to take our word for granted, as we always have plenty of examples. In the case of the great US of A, even the smallest local racing venue or dragstrip is fit for any challenge. and a crimson Ford Mustang (it’s probably a fourth-gen New Edge iteration) that was a tad ‘subtler’ by hiding the hulking turbo V8 assembly under a big bulge!
The next best thing to the RS Q8 takes a little over four seconds to hit sixty miles per hour from a standstill, and can keep pushing up to 155 mph (250 kph). Audi’s RS Q8 will still sit at the top of the range, as a more affordable and less punchy alternative to the Lamborghini Urus. Kelsonik was responsible for the pixel rearranging process behind the facelifted Q8 , which looks more mature in a side-by-side comparison. Whether it will indeed look like this is anyone’s guess, though we will eventually find out once the camouflage on the spied prototypes becomes thinner. Hit the comments area down below and tell us if you like this look.1 month ago AutoEvolution
It's called Sea Dragon, and it's not just another product of Hollywood trying to make rocket science more entertaining than it was in real life. From there, Sea Dragon would be stood upright and submerged up to its eyeballs underneath the water. In the end, an outside adjudication by the aerospace firm TRW Inc confirmed Sea Dragon wasn't in the cards financially.Thus, the Sea Dragon fizzled into vaporware before the Saturn V was even finished. But in the For All Mankind universe, the Sea Dragon did manage to leap from blueprints to our mortal reality. If only we lived in the For All Mankind timeline where the Sea Dragon came to life.1 month ago AutoEvolution
It had a 1.5-liter V12 that could deliver 227 hp (230 hp) and weighed 525 kg (1,157 lb).The next usual suspect is the Citroen DS23 , produced between 1973-1975. Oddly specific, judging by the photo, but if this turns out to be right, Porsche fans will surely rejoice. Only made in 86 units, this "Lightweight" 911 Turbo S donned a 3.3-liter engine that could produce 381 hp (386 ps). Fun fact about these Lightweights, they can go as high as $1 million at auctions and, in some cases, even higher.As for the last car, there is no definitive guess, but people suspect it could be a Vision Gran Turismo model, which is a custom-made nameplate that only exists in Gran Turismo 7. In all fairness, it's useful only if you own the $550 PlayStation VR2 headset that launches on the same day, but hey, free is free.Kazunori Yamauchi has recently confirmed that the studio will soon start working on Gran Turismo 8 .1 month ago AutoEvolution
I wonder when (if) Ford is going to use it again.I bet it will be reborn as an affordable electric car, but for now, rumors are not reliable. You know the drill: make a small electric SUV , Bronco-style, and they’ll love it. The new Astra has an electric variant , the new Megane will only be electric, and the next Focus will most likely become an electric SUV. The future ID.2 is now rumored to be a small electric SUV. strategy failed.The transition to electric cars doesn’t have to be marketed as a revolution anymore.1 month ago AutoEvolution
However, the 100EX previewed an imposing convertible and came as a… Slight surprise, so to say. It gave the world a four-seater with a folding soft top and sloping rear end. The vehicle was fully functional and was allowed to stretch its legs on circuits albeit not in official events. It was such an important concept that a Ford Europe executive argued back then that it could enter production by 2005. If that’s something you thought about, then I’ll have you know that the Estoque came before the Porsche sedan.1 month ago AutoEvolution
As for the mirrors, which will be larger on 2023 cars, they are the same as last year. Nice try, Red Bull, but calling this car the ‘RB19’ is not very nice.Then there’s the livery, which, again, looks more or less the same as the one on last year’s car. I mean, not even Max Verstappen could tell them apart.This, mind you, was the first time Verstappen had seen the “RB19”, and when asked about his impressions, the Dutchman looked at the car for a brief moment and stated: “Well, I... you know... I think our livery has been pretty similar for a couple of years now,” before saying that he actually likes it and that it “shows the Red Bull colors all over the place.” - whatever that means.That’s not exactly him being blown away by the design, I’d say. The U.S. carmaker will act as the team’s engine partner/sponsor and visually, its Blue Oval logo should work well on any yellow bits found on whichever livery they’ll be using in three years' time.1 month ago AutoEvolution
Ant-Man aka Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) is an electrical engineer, while the Pym family is made up of scientists.Most of the movies from the last three Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) Phases have included collaborations with famous manufacturers . 'The previous 'Ant-Man' movie, the 'Ant-Man and the Wasp' featured a collaboration with Hyundai to promote the 2019 Veloster. That car had quite an important role in the series, becoming the key to traveling to the Quantum Realm. ''Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania' will hit theaters on February 17. And, as mentioned, the Volkswagen ID.4 will be there for the premiere.1 month ago AutoEvolution