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  • Fantastical Plans Are on Hold, and More Car News This Week
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    Fantastical Plans Are on Hold, and More Car News This Week

    It continues to be pretty awful out there in the world. Flying cars might not be coming anytime soon, the Google sister company Sidewalk Labs canceled its fantastical plans to build the city of the future in Toronto, and suffering government budgets will make it harder to fix roads. And yet! WIRED found some bright […] More

  • The time Aston Martin Threw A Tracksuit On The DB9
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    The time Aston Martin Threw A Tracksuit On The DB9

    GT racing through the changing times of the noughties Racing’s always been expensive but, as technology advances, the sport keeps getting more and more pricey to take part in compared to the average cost of, say, a house, a normal sedan, or a plot of land of a decent size. If, for instance, the Ferrari […] More

  • Fewer Wrecks, Grounded Planes, and More Car News This Week
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    Fewer Wrecks, Grounded Planes, and More Car News This Week

    Even in the midst of a pandemic, never doubt the world’s ability to surprise. This week, we tracked some remarkable trends. Serious crashes are, blessedly, down in California, according to a new analysis—people aren’t really traveling after that whole shelter-in-place thing. While delivery robots (and the companies that built them) are trying their best to […] More

  • The C8 Corvette's Hardtop Isn't Exactly Easy on Rear Cargo Room
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    The C8 Corvette’s Hardtop Isn’t Exactly Easy on Rear Cargo Room

    Can You Still Carry a Golf Bag In the C8 Corvette With the Top Stored? When Chevy introduced the C8 Corvette, it told us there was about 13 cubic-feet of cargo room divided between the front and rear cargo areas., but that only holds true when the roof is in place. If you remove the […] More

  • 2015 Chevy Colorado with 700-HP Cadillac ATS-V Engine
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    2015 Chevy Colorado with 700-HP Cadillac ATS-V Engine

    It Is Powered By Cadillac’s LF4 V-6 Mill Mallett Performance showcased this truck at the 2015 SEMA Show. First things first, the truck is powered by a 3.6-liter, V-6 engine borrowed from the Cadillac ATS-V. However, the mechanics ripped it apart and rebuilt it with forged pistons, forged crankshaft, titanium connecting rods, custom 64mm C&R […] More

  • A Coronavirus Silver Lining: Less Driving, Fewer Crashes
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    A Coronavirus Silver Lining: Less Driving, Fewer Crashes

    For all the misery Covid-19 has wrought, the shelter-in-place orders imposed in the name of public health have yielded a few benefits, at least for driving. American motorists are putting half as many miles on their odometers as they usually do this time of year, according to Arity, a data analytics company. One result is […] More

  • Drone Deliveries, Food Supplies, and More Car News This Week
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    Drone Deliveries, Food Supplies, and More Car News This Week

    This week, we talked to people trying to help stem the hurt of the Covid-19 pandemic—with mixed success. One company, Zipline, is using drones to help deliver virus testing supplies and personal protective equipment in Ghana. It has accelerated efforts to bring the approach to the US, though don’t expect to see helper drones in […] More

  • Closed Streets, Pumping Air, and More Car News This Week
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    Closed Streets, Pumping Air, and More Car News This Week

    This week, we found ourselves fascinated by some of the more hidden effects wrought by the Covid-19 pandemic. By the complicated journey, for example, of the oxygen that is eventually pumped into life-saving ventilators, and the tricky art of storing the stuff. By the less flashy tweaks that hospitals have made to their buildings, which […] More

  • Genesis Just Let Us In on the Secret That is the 2020 G80 Sedan
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    Genesis Just Let Us In on the Secret That is the 2020 G80 Sedan

    What’s so special about the new Genesis G80? To start with, not much is out of the bag yet. Genesis still has a lot of details un reveal, so for now we’ll make do with the few bits of info the carmaker made public. For starters, the car’s kisser is, in fact, inspired by the […] More

  • Cupholders? The Koenigsegg Gemera is the Most Practical Hypercar Ever Built
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    Cupholders? The Koenigsegg Gemera is the Most Practical Hypercar Ever Built

    While high-performance grand tourer and supercars are fast and some of them even luxurious, passenger space remains an issue in most of them. While hypercars usually offer space for just one additional passenger, grand tourers have uncomfortable rear seats and very limited rear legroom. This isn’t an issue in the Gemera. Not only the rear […] More

  • Here's How Porsche to the 2021 911 Turbo S to Places It's Never Been
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    Here’s How Porsche to the 2021 911 Turbo S to Places It’s Never Been

    The new 911 Turbo S is 45 mm wider above the front axle… This is the 911 Turbo S we’re talking, so performance has to come first. Porsche has made sure of that by tweaking the 3.8-liter straight-six to crank out 640 horsepower (that’s 69 horsepower more than the previous 911 Turbo S), while torque […] More

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