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Karma Automotive Named “Official Luxury Vehicle of the Las Vegas Raiders and Allegiant Stadium” | News

IRVINE, Calif., Sept. 1, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Karma Automotive and the Las Vegas Raiders announced today that Karma has been named the “Official Luxury Vehicle of the Las Vegas Raiders and Allegiant Stadium.”

“As one of the most prestigious franchises in not just all of professional football, but the world, the Raiders and Allegiant Stadium are an ideal partner for Karma,” said Karma Automotive CEO Dr. Lance Zhou. “The loyalty and devotion exhibited by the team’s die-hard fans is reminiscent of the excitement we receive from Karma enthusiasts.”

Karma will sponsor a variety of consumer-driven experiences and events geared to the Raiders’ loyal fans — offering them the opportunity to enjoy and interact with Karma like never before.

“We welcome Karma Automotive as the ‘Official Luxury Vehicle of the Las Vegas Raiders and Allegiant Stadium’ and are pleased to feature their products for Raider Nation,” said Raiders President,

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Mom And Son Accused Of Luxury Car Thefts

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We’ve seen a lot of this lately…

Law enforcement in Fort Bend County, Texas say they’ve arrested a mother and her son, who are accused of being involved in a lucrative luxury car theft ring. The investigation is ongoing, so some details simply aren’t available, but the local sheriff’s office did provide some information to the media.

A man stole 50 luxury cars for his multiple girlfriends. Find out more here.

According to authorities, Nga Thi Nguyen, 47, and her son Alex Van Le, 22, were both arrested on August 12 after an anonymous tipster provided information. When police arrived at the home of the mom and son, they claim what they found were 5 stolen luxury cars with a combined market value of $528,000.

Sometimes journalists and law enforcement can get a little loose with the term “luxury car

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Ferrari Enters Luxury Fashion, Targeting Uninitiated Youth

Maranello, Italy (AP) — Ferrari V12 production cars were suspended over the factory floor Sunday night as the 74-year-old luxury carmaker launched a new era as a lifestyles brand, with a runway show unveiling its first ready-to-wear collection targeting a younger generation that might not be aware of its Formula One racing pedigree and coveted performance street cars.

Models walked along the halted production line in a symbolic gesture that underlined the creative interplay between Ferrari’s long lineage of sleek, curved automotive bodies and the fashion line by creative director Rocco Iannone, strong on structured outwear contrasting with fluid, bright printed silks in Ferrari red, Scuderia yellow and electric blue.

Iannone’s collection could easily have narrowly targeted Ferrari’s already loyal customer base — mostly more mature consumers who fill waiting lists for the nearly 10,000 annual production of luxury cars that start around $200,000 — with more staid driving clothes

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A Rare Representation Of Post War French Luxury

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Talbot got its start in a prewar automotive market. Struggles through the Great Depression led to ownership being transferred to Antonio Lago by the end of the 1930s. Lago was responsible for pulling the company back from receivership and into prosperity.

As an excellent engineer, Lago’s influence on the Talbot name created some of the company’s most iconic vehicles and positioned the French automaker to properly compete with some of the world’s top high-performance and luxury touring car manufacturers. With stretched finances caused by a post war market, Lago, with help from designer Carlo Marchetti, began development of a new 4483-cc inline-6 engine that would be fitted to a new model in 1946. The Talbot Lago Record T26 would go on to be a revolutionary vehicle that would compete well with many of the era’s top luxury models and would ensure that the

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