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    Tesla CEO Musk again teases rocket tech for Roadster, due in 2022

    Elon Musk seems eager to capitalize on his control of both Tesla and SpaceX. He confirmed Thursday that the second-generation Roadster has been delayed until 2022—while still encouraging speculation about rocket tech for the electric supercar. When Tesla unveiled the Roadster in November 2017—and began accepting substantial reservation fees—it said production would start in 2020. […] More

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    Tesla Roadster delayed to 2022, engineering not completed yet

    The second-generation Tesla Roadster was originally scheduled to start production in 2020, but that deadline came and went with little comment from the company. Now Tesla CEO Elon Musk says Roadster production won’t start until 2022. “Finishing engineering this year, production starts next year,” Musk tweeted Thursday in response to a question about the Roadster’s […] More

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    GM joins growing number of automakers going electric to reduce emissions

    General Motors on Thursday pledged to pursue the goal of eliminating all tailpipe emissions from passenger vehicles by 2035, making it the first traditional domestic automaker to pledge to eliminate a main cause of global warming. GM CEO Mary Barra also announced a plan for the company to achieve net-zero carbon status by 2040, including emissions […] More

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    2022 Lincoln Navigator spy shots: Flagship SUV to receive refinements

    Lincoln hit a home run with its redesigned Navigator launched for 2018. It offered road presence, a genuinely luxurious feel, and surprisingly good dynamics, helped along by the addition of independent rear suspension. But Cadillac has since introduced a redesigned Escalade, one that’s seriously good and better than the Lincoln in many attributes… Source link More

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    MDX versus Telluride, Toyota tops VW, Lordstown plans electric van: What's New @ The Car Connection

    2022 Acura MDX vs. 2021 Kia Telluride: Compare Crossover SUVs Better features and strong safety scores lift a returning champ above a strong contender. GM joins growing number of automakers going electric to reduce emissions GM’s goal of eliminating tailpipe emissions by 2035 brings it in line with several automakers aiming to go electric to… […] More

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    2021 Tesla Model S, 2022 Ford Expedition, SCG 003S: Car News Headlines

    The latest versions of Tesla’s Model S and Model X feature a new steering wheel without any stalks for the indicators and transmission behind it. If you were wondering how someone would use those features, Elon Musk has come out to explain that the car will indicate and shift between park, reverse and drive all […] More

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    Here’s your chance to own the last available SCG 003 supercar

    American sports car manufacturer and race team Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus has a come a long way in the five short years since its 003 supercar made its debut. The 003 has been replaced by the 004 supercar and SCG is currently hard at work on an 007 hypercar to field in the World Endurance Championship’s […] More

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    2022 Acura MDX vs. 2021 Kia Telluride: Compare Crossover SUVs

    Three-row crossover SUVs pepper the landscape of America like minivans did a generation ago. Many of these seven- and eight-seat crossovers are good—but which of the better efforts really is the best? We’ve driven the 2022 Acura MDX, and found plenty to admire in its suave good looks, its well-sorted handling, and its high level […] More

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    Lordstown confirms electric van for 2022 production, LG Chem batteries for Endurance pickup

    Ohio-based Lordstown Motors released the most substantial update on its business in many months, detailing, among other things, the battery supplier for its Endurance electric pickup truck, and confirmation of an electric van for 2022. Lordstown confirmed that it recently signed a “multi-year” battery-supply agreement with LG Chem for the Endurance. CEO Steve Burns previously […] More

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