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Industry experts anticipate car shortage will continue in 2022

13 Action News first told you about the national car shortage and how it’s impacting customers looking to buy a new car. Now, that same shortage is trickling into 2022. Industry experts say, for now, those in the market for a new car can expect to spend more. “At the beginning of the pandemic, many

By |2022-01-04T01:34:28+00:00January 4th, 2022|Categories: News, World|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Peugeot to become electric-only brand in Europe by 2030

Every new Peugeot model launched in Europe by 2030 will be full-electric only, CEO Linda Jackson says, as the Stellantis brand prepares for the transition away from internal combustion engines. There will continue to be internal-combustion based models in Peugeot's lineup for international buyers, Jackson added. "As we move on to the new "Stellantis" platforms,

BMW Concept XM reveals new name and M-power for X8 flagship

On Wednesday, BMW released a teaser image on Facebook of its upcoming high-performance flagship crossover SUV that will bear the M badge. The image provides the first official look at the new M-badged vehicle and it appears to be an eyefull. The kidney grilles are massive, presumably for cooling, and are outlined with LED lighting.

Audi Q8 E-Tron electric SUV confirmed for 2026 launch

The Audi E-Tron will be replaced in five years' time by a larger 2026 Audi Q8 E-Tron, its maker has confirmed, as Audi prepares to phase out combustion power. Confirmed by brand executives during Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo's visit to Audi's factory in Forest, Belgium (in south Brussels), the new Q8 E-Tron will

Ferrari BR20 revealed as one-off fastback based on the GTC4Lusso

What do you get if you take the most practical Ferrari and make it less practical but more beautiful and totally exclusive? The answer, in this case, is the Ferrari BR20, which is a one-off creation based on the GTC4Lusso platform. The BR20 is the latest car to join Ferrari’s exclusive group of bespoke cars

By |2021-11-23T07:54:27+00:00November 22nd, 2021|Categories: Ferrari, News by Brand|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Mullen reveals Five electric crossover, plans US production

A new startup automotive company is launching in California to challenge Tesla and other established carmakers in the electric-vehicle market. Mullen Technologies was the company that presented the Five crossover vehicle at Wednesday’s 2021 Los Angeles Auto Show. Now, the company is accepting orders. They expect to be able to deliver by mid-2024. Mullen has

By |2021-11-22T16:59:55+00:00November 21st, 2021|Categories: Electro Car's, Featured, News|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

Aston Martin will introduce a new mild-hybrid DBX SUV soon

All-new mild-hybrid inline-six-powered DBX SUV will be introduced at the upcoming Guangzhou Motor Show, China. The news was confirmed by Aston Martin CEO, Tobias Moers. But... The new Aston Martin mild-hybrid DBX is limited to the Chinese market. And a company spokesman has confirmed to the recognised auto portal, Autocar UK, that the car won’t

Volkswagen Sold Over 12,000 ID. In China Last Month

Volkswagen reports 12,736 sales of all-electric ID. cars in China, which is another monthly record and at least the fifth consecutive month of growth. The company sold the first locally-produced Volkswagen ID.3, launched in October, and a total of 11,481 ID.4 and ID.6. FAW-Volkswagen reports 5,684 ID.4 CROZZ and ID.6 CROZZ, which leaves 5,797 for

New Opel Mokka-e Wins 2021 Golden Steering Wheel Award

German manufacturer Opel, which continues its move towards electric without slowing down, was selected as the Best Car Under 25.000 Euros at the annual “Golden Steering Wheel Awards” organized by the German Auto Bild magazine with its battery-electric Mokka-e. Opel, one of the leading brands of electric transportation, reinforces its success in this field by

Plug-In Car Sales Reach 23% Share In October 2021 In UK

The passenger car market in the UK noted its fourth consecutive year-over-year fall and the weakest October since 1991, with 106,265 new registrations (down 24.6% year-over-year). One of the main reasons is car supply constraints. Nonetheless, the plug-in electric cars are expanding even in the challenging environment. In October, some 24,537 new plug-ins were registered

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