LEGO Technic Lamborghini Sian

The fastest Lamborghini is now available as a LEGO Technic model (w/VIDEO)

Continuing with their partnership, Automobili Lamborghini and the LEGO Group have now come out with the LEGO Technic Lamborghini Sian FKP 37. In 1:8 scale, the powerful hybrid Sian FKP 37 comes in 3,696 pieces to be assembled into a car that is over 13 cm high, 260 cm long and 25 cm wide. The […]

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Sanitization Software in Ford Police Interceptor Utility Vehicles

Ford’s smart technology can sanitize police vehicles within 15 minutes

In pre-pandemic times, policemen in vehicles transporting people to hospitals or police stations have had the risk of picking up diseases from their passengers. But that was a reasonable risk in their line of duty. Today though, the COVID-19 coronavirus is a threat so serious that personnel who have to interact with people known to […]

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All-new Volkswagen Nivus to create new segment in Brazil

Brazil, though far from the major centres of the auto industry, is still an important location for some carmakers’ product development activities. The diversity of demographics, terrain and economy provides a rich environment to develop new models, especially for emerging markets. Pandemic nothwithstanding, Volkswagen is planning the brand’s largest product campaign in South America this […]

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Mitsubishi eK

Mitsubishi’s eK X and eK Wagon kei cars score highest ratings in JNCAP tests

Like other carmakers, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) aims to provide mobility with zero traffic accidents. In pursuit of this goal, it is fully committed to developing and implementing active and passive safety technologies and protection, even with its small kei-class cars. Demonstrating its efforts in this aspect are the scores achieved by the eK X […]

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2020 BMW 5-Series LCI

First look at the new updated BMW 5-Series

First introduced in 1972, with worldwide sales of the current generation reaching 600,000 units since 2016. Sales launch of new updated 5-Series in Europe from July 2020. Newly designed BMW kidney grille with slimmer LED headlights. Adaptive LED Matrix technology and BMW Laserlight also available. Three-dimensional sculpted rear lights, all variants now have trapezoidal exhaust […]

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Euro NCAP assessments become tougher in 2020 with new protocols

Since 1997, the European New Car Assessment Programme – better known as Euro NCAP – has conducted independent assessments of new vehicles sold in Europe for consumers’ information. The assessments include crash tests (but are not the only aspect) as well as other active systems influencing safety performance. While several European governments, motoring, consumer and […]

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ESP – the innovation that has prevented millions of accidents in 25 years

Until the mid-1990s, mention of ‘ESP’ would have had people thinking about Extra Sensory Perception, which is what those letters usually referred to. ESP was related to psychic abilities where some people could sense something that others could not, especially events that might happen. After 1995, though. ESP came to mean something else and interestingly, […]

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Volvo 180 kmh

Soon, you will be able to go only up to 180 km/h in any Volvo

Volvo’s reputation for safety has been built up over decades to the extent that it is recognised as a pioneer in the field. It therefore has a lot of credibility with its actions, even if they may be controversial. Like the announcement that it will limit all its vehicles to a maximum speed of 180 […]

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2020 Nissan GT-R50 by ItalDesign

Production-ready Nissan GT-R50 by ItalDesign makes debut on track

For the 50th anniversary of the legendary Nissan GT-R, the company commissioned ItalDesign to design a special version of the sixth generation of the model. Until now, renderings and pictures of a prototype have been shown and now we get to see the first production-ready version that is known as the GT-R50 by Italdesign. Unveiled […]

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