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Ford CEO Confirms 2024 Mustang Reveal At Detroit Auto Show This September
The new Mustang will make its premiere at the Detroit Auto Show on September 14, as announced by Ford CEO Jim Farley on Twitter. The accompanying video displays two things that’ll excite fans: the choice of a V8 engine and a manual transmission. Nevertheless, this stang will probably be the first to be electrified, as the company announced a hybrid model back in 2018.
2023 Chevrolet Colorado Grows Up, Techs Out, And Goes Turbo And The Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Packs 310 HP, A 3-Inch Lift And 33-Inch Tires
The third-generation 2023 Colorado has been unveiled almost 10 years after the outgoing model made a splash. Its new aggressive features include a dramatic grille, bulging hood, fenders that resemble the Silverado’s, and a 5′ 2″ bed. The new turbocharged 2.7-liter four-cylinder engine comes in three flavors. The ZR2, the top model in the series, produces 310 horsepower and 430 lb-ft of torque. It features a 3-inch (76 mm) lift and 17-inch beadlock-capable wheels shod with 33-inch tires.
The Facelifted Alfa Romeo Giulia Is Getting A Digital Instrument Cluster And Facelifted 2023 Alfa Romeo Giulia Copped Undisguised?
Thanks to a spy picture, we have a glimpse inside the new Alfa Romeo Giulia. It reveals a digital instrument panel that is similar to the Alfa Romeo Tonale SUV’s panel and has at least one circular gauge. Images of a facelifted Giulia customized for the Italian police service also show headlights with distinctive inner design elements that are comparable to those on the Tonale.
Audi Q6 Unveiled In China As A More Premium Sibling To The VW Atlas
The brand-new Audi Q6, a three-row full-size SUV with an ICE engine, has been launched in China. With a wheelbase of 2,980 mm (17.3 inches), it’s identical to the less premium VW Atlas. The Q6 is available with a range of turbocharged petrol engines, with the most powerful being the 295hp variant.
Tesla Remotely Disabled 80 Miles Of Range From Customer’s Car Demanding $4,500, Backtracks When The Web Finds Out
A 2013 Model S 60 was upgraded to a 90 kWh battery pack under warranty when it was with its first owner. While with its third owner, Tesla, however, reduced the range of the EV via a software update and informed him that he must pay $4,500 to reclaim it. But after a workshop owner tweeted about the problem, Tesla is understood to have resolved the issue and remotely reverted the extra 80 miles of range.
Six Charges Later, This 2023 Toyota bZ4X Is Toast
GM Shows Us How The Cadillac Celestiq’s Design Was Refined Over The Years
Lamborghin Huracan Sterrato First Official Teaser Takes Us Beyond The Concrete
Lamborghini has teased its first rally-prepped supercar, the Huracan Sterrato featured in the “Beyond the Concrete” video. It is dressed in a “Brave, Authentic, Unexpected” livery and outfitted with skid plates, roof rails, LEDs on the front bumper, and other off-road goodies.
Woman Has An Epic Response To $6.7 Million Parking Ticket In Greece
A woman in Greece received the world’s most hefty parking ticket of €6,648,444 ($6,740,657). She realized it must be an error following the discovery, which nearly caused her to pass out. She went to the municipality and said that she would like it to pay in cash. The worker swiftly cleared up the mistake – but the woman’s response was pretty epic anyway.
What Else Is Making The News
Elon Musk Believes That Inflation May Be On The Decline Based On Commodity Pricing
Today, Elon Musk tweeted that he might be seeing a declining trend in inflation based on commodity prices that Tesla is monitoring. Musk has previously stated that he’d wait for it before beginning to lower the cost of Tesla cars. The CEO made his statement the day after Senate Democrats said that they had reached an agreement on the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, which, among other things, amends the federal EV tax credit.
Bitcoin’s Price Surges Above $24,000 Following The Fed’s Increase In Interest Rates
Bitcoin hits 6-week high topping $24,000 in a post-Fed rally https://t.co/jaEN72x45P
— CNBC (@CNBC) July 29, 2022
The most significant digital currency in the world reached $24,412 around 2:30 am ET on Friday, marking its highest point in more than six weeks. This is according to data from CoinDesk. Bitcoin has increased by more than 10 percent over the past 24 hours as a result of the Federal Reserve raising its benchmark interest rate by 0.75 percent.