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  • Mazda looked to the future in 1981 with the MX-81 concept

    Mazda looked to the future in 1981 with the MX-81 concept

    Mazda has displayed its first concept car, the MX-81, now restored and accompanying the company’s newest and first electric vehicle, the MX-30 crossover utility. As were so many concept cars for Japanese automakers in the 1980s, the 1981 MX-81 was designed in Italy, in this case at Bertone by Giorgetto Giugiaro. The concept, alternately known […]

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  • Vin Diesel Divulges His Favorite Fast And Furious Car He’s Drove

    Vin Diesel Divulges His Favorite Fast And Furious Car He’s Drove

    There have been well over 100 cars to appear in the Fast and Furious franchise, exposing the stars to a plethora of makes and models. Series lead Vin Diesel has sat in the driver seat of a number of them, but which was his favorite? A new Supercar Blondie video has the YouTuber interviewing the […]

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  • Mazda Just Restored Its Amazing MX-81 Aria Concept Styled by Bertone

    Mazda Just Restored Its Amazing MX-81 Aria Concept Styled by Bertone

    At the intersection of Italian design and Japanese technology, Mazda unveiled the MX-81 Aria concept at the 1981 Tokyo Motor Show. It was Mazda’s first model to receive the MX badge (for Mazda eXperimental), a moniker the Japanese automaker would reserve for vehicles that pushed boundaries, and the futuristic MX-81 set the standard. See all 45 […]

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  • Charged EVs | WattEV’s E-Truck Stop to offer 40 charging bays with 25 MW of power, microgrid and battery storage

    Charged EVs | WattEV’s E-Truck Stop to offer 40 charging bays with 25 MW of power, microgrid and battery storage

    WattEV’s E-Truck Stop to offer 40 charging bays with 25 MW of power, microgrid and battery storage Posted May 14, 2021 by Charles Morris & filed under Newswire, The Infrastructure. Startup WattEV plans to build a 25-megawatt, solar-powered, electric-only public truck stop between California’s Central Valley and Southern California’s bustling ports and shipping hubs. The […]

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  • GTO Engineering Squalo to have bespoke V-12 with 10,000-rpm redline

    GTO Engineering Squalo to have bespoke V-12 with 10,000-rpm redline

    British company GTO Engineering has released the first details on the in-house developed V-12 engine that will power its upcoming Squalo sports car. The Squalo has been styled to resemble a classic Ferrari, specifically the 250 GTO of the 1960s, but there’s nothing classic about the hardware going into it. We’re talking about carbon-fiber body […]

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  • Charged EVs | Eaton to supply DC-DC converters for new electric semi

    Charged EVs | Eaton to supply DC-DC converters for new electric semi

    Eaton to supply DC-DC converters for new electric semi Posted May 14, 2021 by Tom Lombardo & filed under Newswire, The Tech. Power management company Eaton will supply its 24-to-12-volt DC-DC converter for use in a commercial heavy-duty EV that will go on sale in the North American and Chinese markets later this year. The […]

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  • Charged EVs | Xerotech and Agder partner to electrify mining and construction machines for the Scandinavian market

    Charged EVs | Xerotech and Agder partner to electrify mining and construction machines for the Scandinavian market

    Xerotech and Agder partner to electrify mining and construction machines for the Scandinavian market Posted May 14, 2021 by Charles Morris & filed under Newswire, The Tech. Ireland-based battery system manufacturer Xerotech and Agder Gruppen, a Norwegian supplier to the construction and mining industries, are working together to electrify over 200 units of construction and […]

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  • Toyota thinks 85% of its new US vehicles will have tailpipes in 2030

    Toyota thinks 85% of its new US vehicles will have tailpipes in 2030

    Toyota electric vehicles are arriving in the U.S. market in 2022.  While that itself stands as a surprise pivot for the brand, which was as recently as 2019 saying that there was essentially “no demand” for EVs at U.S. dealerships, hold your horses.  On Wednesday the company provided a better picture of exactly how committed […]

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