Car & Automotive

Bakery Cirebon Rasa Tak Bohong

Bakery Cirebon adalah toko yang menyediakan berbagai produk kue dengan segala varian yang rasanya tak tertandingi di Cirebon. Kue adalah bentuk makanan manis yang terbuat dari tepung, gula, dan bahan lainnya, yang biasanya dipanggang.

Dalam bentuk tertua mereka, kue adalah modifikasi roti, tetapi kue sekarang mencakup berbagai persiapan yang bisa sederhana atau rumit, dan yang berbagi fitur dengan makanan penutup lain seperti kue, meringue, puding,dan pai.

Roti Coating Crunch

Bahan kue yang paling umum digunakan termasuk tepung, gula, telur, mentega atau minyak atau margarin, cairan, dan agen ragi, seperti baking soda atau baking powder. Bahan dan perasa tambahan yang umum termasuk buah kering, manisan, atau buah segar, kacang-kacangan, kakao, dan ekstrak seperti vanila, dengan banyak pengganti bahan-bahan utama.

Kue juga dapat diisi dengan pengawet buah, kacang-kacangan atau saus pencuci mulut (seperti krim kue), es dengan buttercream atau icing lainnya, dan dihiasi dengan marzipan, pipa perbatasan, atau buah manisan.

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Toyota Remains World’s Most Valuable Car Brand, Study Finds

Tesla was the only car brand to increase its value.

Just three automakers made it to the top 100 brands in market researcher Kantar’s latest 2020 BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Brands study. Toyota, ranked 48th overall, still remains the world’s most valuable car brand despite losing approximately 3 percent of its value compared to 2019.

Mercedes-Benz is the second most valuable brand in the automotive industry according to the study, placing 56th overall, followed by BMW at 61st position, losing 9 and 12 percent respectively. Ford and Honda dropped off the top 100 list after losing 10 and 15 percent of their values compared to 2019.

The Results From 2018 And 2019:

“Since 2008, the car sector has declined in value and has never recovered,” Global BrandZ Strategy Director, Graham Staplehurst, told Automotive News. “It’s very different from other sectors. For example, the luxury sector

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2020 is the wrong year to launch a car, but Czinger is moving full speed ahead


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Los Angeles-based startup Czinger has remained relatively quiet since it unveiled the 21C, a 3D-printed plug-in hybrid hypercar, in February. Its plans to present the model at the 2020 Geneva auto show were derailed when the event was canceled, and it decelerated its operations to comply with California’s COVID-19-related lockdowns, but work never stopped behind the scenes. We caught up with the brand to get a better idea of where it stands.

Jens Sverdrup, the young brand’s chief commercial officer, told Autoblog engineers began testing prototypes on the road and on the track in August 2019. “This is not one of these stories where you see new companies coming out with a mockup or a computer rendering; we have fully functioning cars, and we’ve spent a significant amount of money on them,” he said. Testing abruptly stopped in the spring, fine-tuning a 1,233-horsepower

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Buying a car will be even more of a nightmare this summer as inventory dries up. Here’s what you need to know if you’re shopping around.

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  • The COVID-19 pandemic didn’t tank the used car market like many thought it would.

  • Currently, used car demand is strong because new car inventory is down.

  • It’s still possible to get a good deal; you just have to act fast and be flexible and patient.

  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Just because there’s the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic to worry about, it doesn’t also mean you have to hit pause on all aspects of your life. Perhaps you’re thinking about buying a car this summer. 

Business Insider spoke with Tom McParland, who runs a service called Automatch Consulting that helps people buy cars, about some advice. 

As he writes for the automotive site, Jalopnik, McParland warned that this year’s Fourth of July car deals might not be as great as people expect because of low inventory, cheap financing being walked back

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