Month: August 2020

Polestar 2 Is the First Real Car from the Brand

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Polestar’s (Volvo’s electrified performance subsidiary founded in October, 2017) second car to be released is called the, wait for it, Polestar 2. But in many ways the name is misleading because this is the first real Polestar to the hit the market.” data-reactid=”24″It’s fitting enough that Polestar’s (Volvo’s electrified performance subsidiary founded in October, 2017) second car to be released is called the, wait for it, Polestar 2. But in many ways the name is misleading because this is the first real Polestar to the hit the market.

The Polestar 2 you see here with its twin-electric motors, one for each axle, fixed drive-down gear transmission, and 78kwh battery pack powertrain is the first full battery electric vehicle the Swedish brand is selling. Going forward, it will sell nothing but BEVs.

Polestar 1, is a halo car and

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This High-Dollar Automotive Graveyard Makes Us Incredibly Sad

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Oh, the inhumanity!

car dumped in a river, field, or really anywhere else (garage finds can be cool, but still sad when you see the decay). That’s why it’s always sad to see a cool car left to rot by someone who didn’t have the sense or decency to do the right thing. We’re not talking about Honda Civics here, because what makes us sad is to see valuable muscle cars, sports cars, and exotics abused this way.” data-reactid=”14″As gearheads, we’re really not keen on seeing any car dumped in a river, field, or really anywhere else (garage finds can be cool, but still sad when you see the decay). That’s why it’s always sad to see a cool car left to rot by someone who didn’t

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Widespread uncertainty causes 20% July drop in UK car production

A car salesman shows customers vehicles in a Vauxhall dealership in London on June 4, 2020, as showrooms in England reopened. Photo: Justin Tallis/AFP via Getty Images
A car salesman shows customers vehicles in a Vauxhall dealership in London on June 4, 2020, as showrooms in England reopened. Photo: Justin Tallis/AFP via Getty Images

The collapse in global demand for new cars caused by the coronavirus pandemic continued to drag on the UK automotive sector in the month of July, with car production down 20.8% compared to July 2019.

The latest data released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) shows that 85,686 vehicles were manufactured last month.

While production lines at nearly all of the UK’s car plants were rolling again, severe economic uncertainty surrounding the pandemic and social distancing measures at dealerships put a dampener on demand.

“As key global markets continue to re-open and UK car plants gradually get back to business, these figures are a marked improvement on the previous three months, but the outlook remains deeply uncertain,” said SMMT chief

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2020 Rolls-Royce Cullinan Road Test

Rolls-Royce of …,” which gets applied to any kind of thing, say a particularly nice vacuum cleaner, and it is immediately understood. “Rolls-Royce” is all you need say.” data-reactid=”21″A tenet of good writing says you can’t modify a superlative. “Very best” gilds the lily, and “one of the best” is a hedge. Best is all you need say. That’s the spirit of the phrase “the Rolls-Royce of …,” which gets applied to any kind of thing, say a particularly nice vacuum cleaner, and it is immediately understood. “Rolls-Royce” is all you need say.

Cullinan, the most expensive SUV in the world.” data-reactid=”22″So it’s a rare event when the pinnacle of automotive excellence, and the symbol of supremacy in everything wrought by human hands, heaves to in one’s driveway. The Rolls in this case was the 2020 Roll-Royce Cullinan, the most expensive SUV in the world.

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