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Formula E public testing kicks off in UK on July 4

Formula E public testing kicks off in UK on July 4

Formula E cars look something like the Formula 1 cars from years past with the big difference being no gasoline engine powers the racecar. Rather than burning fuel, Formula E cars run on electricity alone. First test laps for the Spark-Renault SRT_01E racer were run late last year in France. That car will call Donington Park home, as will the rest of the teams.

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Peugeot Exalt hybrid concept has lots of wood inside

Peugeot Exalt hybrid concept has lots of wood inside

Peugeot has a new concept car that it has unveiled called the Exalt. The car is picking up in part where the past Peugeot concept called the Onyx left off and the two share some design similarities. Exalt is a hybrid concept car that has lots of wood on the inside. The body is a 5-door hatchback that hides the rear doors well giving the car a coupe feel with the functionality of a sedan.

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Bentley plug-in hybrid concept promises 50km on electricity only

Bentley plug-in hybrid concept promises 50km on electricity only

Bentley is set to show off its hybrid car concept at the Beijing International Automotive Exhibition on April 20. The hybrid vehicle that will on display at the show is based on the Mulsanne, which is the top of the line vehicle that Bentley produces. Bentley won’t be offering the Mulsanne in a hybrid version anytime soon. It's simply the test bed for showing off the plug-in hybrid technology.

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Tesla targets EVs for business with lease expansion

Tesla targets EVs for business with lease expansion

Tesla is aiming to push the Model S into businesses, announcing lease plans for companies wanting an EV in their parking lot, though as with the car firm's previous financing deals there's some juggling to be done with the numbers. The headline figure Tesla has gone with is $408 a month, however that takes into account not only business tax benefits, but an estimated fuel saving, without which the recurring fee would be much higher.

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Land Rover Transparent Bonnet concept lets you see what’s under the car

Land Rover Transparent Bonnet concept lets you see what’s under the car

Land Rover has unveiled a new concept system that makes the hood of the car see through so that the driver can see what is under the car and out of their line of sight. The tech is called the Transparent Bonnet concept and provides a full view of what is under and in front of the car, so drivers can see hidden obstacles. Land Rover says that the transparent bonnet system is part of a suite of concept tech being showcased in the Discovery Vision Concept car at the New York International Motor Show.

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2015 Honda Fit first-drive

2015 Honda Fit first-drive

Subcompact cars needn’t be underwhelming or underspecified, at least that’s what Honda believes with the 2015 Fit. Making a small, affordable, and capable car is arguably tougher than a $65k+ luxury sedan: sticking to budget while still delivering that premium feel just about every driver now demands. There’s plenty riding on the new Fit, especially since it’ll also be the basis for Honda’s upcoming “urban SUV” later this year. SlashGear spent some time behind the wheel to see if it’s more than Fit for purpose, and whether the new Honda Link infotainment system really can bring the best of your iPhone to the dashboard.

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