Maserati GranTurismo Folgore EV Spied At The Nurburgring

[ad_1] Pre-production testing of the all-electric Maserati GranTurismo Folgore continues and a prototype of “the world’s first electric luxury sports car” was recently caught on camera lapping the Nurburgring. This is not the first time we are able to catch a glimpse at the electric gran tourer, though we can finally see footage from the … Read more

New Kia EV6 GT 2024 review

[ad_1] Verdict The new EV6 GT can be viewed in two ways: as an exclusive, expensive and exceptionally engineered Kia, or as a cheaper, better value, but almost as entertaining Porsche Taycan rival. It’s hard to ignore that the standard all-wheel drive EV6 represents better value for money, but for the handful of buyers that … Read more

Junkyard Gem: 1984 Volvo 760 Turbo

[ad_1] When it came time for Volvo to replace the aging 200 Series (which debuted in 1974 but looked nearly identical to the mid-1960s-design 140 it was based on), the result was the 700 Series. This car first hit Volvo showrooms in 1982, and the initial models were all upscale 760 sedans with the same … Read more

Mercedes-Benz Trucks Opens Charging Park For Customers In Germany

[ad_1] Mercedes-Benz Trucks, in partnership with Netze BW (a subsidiary of EnBW), opened an interesting eTruck Charging Park to demonstrate charging concepts from different manufacturers in day-to-day operation. The station is located in Wörth, Germany, where the company produces the all-electric eActros trucks and eEconic trucks. The project is focused on consulting customers on charging … Read more

A speed bump for Sonic, Penske used-only car dealerships

[ad_1] CarShop’s second-quarter revenue increased 15 percent to $468 million on sales of 20,124 vehicles, up 7 percent. Penske operated 21 CarShop outlets in the quarter, after it in May closed two small CarShop express locations in the U.K. CEO Roger Penske said it’s tough to acquire vehicles for CarShop right now. The unit isn’t … Read more