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Protest: Drivers in Serbia stopes their cars because of the increased fuel prices

Drivers in several Serbian cities stopped their cars on busy locations during the afternoon rush hour in a protest over soaring fuel prices. Friday's protests in the capital city of Belgrade and other cities were organized through social networks. It halted traffic for about an hour on a hot and sunny afternoon, forcing some people

By | June 13th, 2018|Categories: World|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Blockchain is everywhere – Rise of Blockchain in the Auto Sector

Blockchain platforms have been developed for food supply chains, commercial transactions, and myriad financial services. Today blockchain is making its way into the automotive industry in some exciting and important ways. Over the last year, Porsche, Toyota, BMW, Volkswagen, Renault have announced initiatives to integrate blockchain into the automotive sector. Hear it now: Sebastien Henot, manager of business

Latest Goodyear Oxygene Concept Tire Grows Moss and Cleans the Air

The concept of tires hasn't changed radically for decades: they're round, they roll, they hold up your car. Companies have managed to manufacture better quality compounds and produce tires that grip, stop, and handle superbly, but Goodyear has a totally different idea for the future of the tire. It's a tire that cleans the air

Waymo and Uber arranged lawsuit for self-driving car technology

Waymo and Uber arranged lawsuit for self-driving car technology. It's an abrupt end to what many felt would become a long legal battle in court. Waymo, Alphabet's self-driving car division, and ride-sharing company Uber have settled a lawsuit out of court. Both companies announced that last Friday. In the settlement, Waymo and Uber agreed for Uber paying

It’s official – Porsche is officially done with diesels!

Porsche in recent months has been in the midst of internal talks regarding the future of diesel engines within its own lineup. Those talks are clearly over, because the German automaker has just killed off the last remaining oil-burner holdouts in the lineup. For Porsche, diesel is now officially dead. Porsche has removed the last two models

Tesla shuts down Model 3 production amid quality concerns

Tesla shuts down Model 3 production for five days Many begin to mouth up to mount up about quality issues with its critical Model 3, so reported is that Tesla will shut down the Model 3 production line to improve automation. They want to improve assembly line on the Model 3 at its factory in Fremont, California. Tesla Model 3 production. Inside

Perfectly wacky Ed ‘Big Daddy’ Roth Surfite

The '60s were all about the surfer lifestyle before the Beatles took over the airwaves. Movies like “Gidget” and “Beach Party” and music from the likes of Dick Dale, fueled the sand-crazed desires of Midwestern and East Coast teenagers. Custom producer Ed "Big Daddy" Roth Surfite, always looking for a fresh idea. The Surfite still looks, pretty weird Captured during its stint at

Ford Explorer ST on its way for sporty families

Performance isn't just for passenger cars anymore, Ford said Thursday. The automaker confirmed at a press conference in Dearborn, Michigan, that it plans to unveil a Ford Explorer ST is a sporty version of the next version of its three-row crossover SUV. Though Ford was short on details, the automaker offered up its new Edge

By | March 15th, 2018|Categories: Ford, News by Brand, US, World|Tags: , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

McLaren reveals track-only Senna GTR in Geneva

McLaren surprised showgoers in Geneva with a GTR version of the new Senna hypercar. The 500 road-going Sennas sold out in a couple months—before McLaren had even announced the car’s name. The track-oriented GTR Ultimate Series will only consist of 75 cars. About 50 were already spoken for on Tuesday, the day the car was

By | March 7th, 2018|Categories: McLaren, News by Brand, US, World|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Lister made a modern supercar named Storm

Historic British performance marque Lister has given a glimpse at the design of a successor to its Storm supercar. The design looks to maintain the stubby, wedge-shaped silhouette of the original Storm, so as earlier car's split front fascia. There also appears to be central stabilizerfin. There are no further details but Lister in 2014 said it