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The small radiator grille stays, to the relief of many, but expect to see the latest version of iDrive and the wide, curved display already shown in the iX SUV.
The electric personal transport company says its $10,699 Apex H2 runs on swappable hydrogen canisters and can reach 62mph in less than 4 seconds.
The crossover craze isn’t going away, but 2021 is shaping up to be sports car fans’ best year in a long time. Subaru, Toyota and Nissan all have new cars poised for launch, but which one gets your vote?
Owners of cars like the Ioniq 5 that support 800v charging technology will be able to add 62 miles of range in just 5 minutes at 12 E-Pit highway rest areas, and at eight urban stations.
Shamefully, many of us have tapped out a quick text while driving, but Lexus fitted a UX with a dimmable electrochroamatic windshield to create a video that reminds of the danger we pose to ourselves and pedestrians when we do. Fortunately, no white blocks were harmed in the making of this film.
No one outside of the factory has even driven Maserati’s new supercar yet, let alone taken delivery, but New York-based 7 Designs has already restyled it with lashings of carbon fiber.
America’s noughties supercar still looks great 20 years later and the LM-spec versions of the Saleen S7 were good for a crazy 1300 hp on race fuel. Bonhams’ 300-mile 2018 car is as near to new as you’ll find, but you’ll also need to find $1m+ to buy it.
For every person that loves the new Mustang Mach-E you’ll find someone that wishes Ford had left the badge alone. But the haters almost always come around eventually, as this story proves.
What Else Is Making The News
Fujifilm’s $100 Retro Instant Camera Takes Us Back To The 1970s And ’80s
The Japanese photo giant’s Instax Mini 40 has a cool retro outer case, and can create a fully developed picture in 90 seconds. But use sparingly – a 20-pack of pics costs $15.
Samsung’s $280 A Series Is A Bargain Entry Point to 5G Phone Tech
If you want blazing-fast phone download speeds on the move, the A52 is packed with features and does’t cost a fortune. And if you’re happy with 4G, its entry-level A02S will set you back just $110, says CNET.