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Ferrari just gave us a glimpse of its hybrid supercar tech

Ferrari just gave us a glimpse of its hybrid supercar tech

Ferrari might not be the first automaker you'd associate with a hybrid engine, but the famed Italian supercar-maker has cooked up an innovative new electric turbocharger that could deliver both performance and an iconic soundtrack. It's another sign that, though Ferrari has been cautious about electrified sports cars, the automaker isn't dismissing the idea out of hand.

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Nissan Leaf Nismo Debuts in Japan aiming at green hooligans

Nissan Leaf Nismo Debuts in Japan aiming at green hooligans

If you ever wanted to be the sort of hooligan that flies around the city, racing from stop light to stop light, but you also want to do it without hurting the environment Nissan has your ride. The new Nissan Leaf Nismo will go on sale July 31 in Japan. Nissan says that the Leaf Nismo combined the world's bestselling EV with the sporty image and performance of Nismo road cars.

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2018 Hyundai Sonata Plug-In Hybrid gives a choice: lower price or more tech

2018 Hyundai Sonata Plug-In Hybrid gives a choice: lower price or more tech

Hyundai has lowered the cost of its popular Sonata Plug-In Hybrid, with the 2018 car dropping more than $1.3k versus last year's prices. The hybrid also lifts the all-electric range compared to its predecessor, with that rising by a mile to 28 miles, while a better-spec Limited model adds more standard technology including wireless charging.

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Faraday Future FF 91 Autobahn development testing underway

Faraday Future FF 91 Autobahn development testing underway

Faraday Future has lofty goals for its slick FF 91 EV. It had the car at the Pikes Peak hill climb last year and the FF 91 set a new EV class record at the event. Obviously, that record fell this year when VW and its I.D. R absolutely crushed the mountain. Faraday Future is now talking about the development it is doing for the FF 91 when it comes to sustained high-speed cruising of the sort you do on the Autobahn.

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Roborace driverless racing car takes on Goodwood

Roborace driverless racing car takes on Goodwood

Autonomous cars will be a mainstream part of life at some point in the not-so-distant future. People will get around without having to drive or even pay attention to what's going on around them. That day isn't here just yet but we are getting closer.

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Porsche’s first fast charging park to pack 800V tech

Porsche’s first fast charging park to pack 800V tech

Porsche has announced that it has opened a fast charging park that is located at the Berlin-Adlershof Technology Park. This car park has four customer parking spaces that are equipped with the Porsche charging infrastructure. Of those four spaces, two of them have new 800-volt charging technology that was developed by Porsche Engineering Services GmbH.

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Tesla Model 3 rollover crash has a good ending for the driver

Tesla Model 3 rollover crash has a good ending for the driver

2018 hasn’t exactly been good for Tesla, with the company being embroiled in not a few high-profile scandals. Those range from poor working conditions to low Model 3 production output to, unfortunately, an Autopilot-related death. There has, however, been no report of a rollover crash, especially involving the months-old Model 3. Now there is and, for a change, the incident doesn’t have a grizzly ending except for the Model 3 itself.

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Pininfarina PF0 electric hypercar to surpass 250mph in 2020

Pininfarina PF0 electric hypercar to surpass 250mph in 2020

Pininfarina has cranked up the teasing of 250+ mph electric hypercar, showing off three design sketches ahead of the super-fast sports car's expected launch in late 2020. The car, currently codenamed the Pininfarina PF0, will be the first to commercially launch bearing the company's own brand.

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Volkswagen’s Climb to Redemption

Volkswagen’s Climb to Redemption

After a 31 year absence, Volkswagen has returned to Pikes Peak to set the record straight. Its last, and only other trek up the mountain was on pace to set a best time, but ended in disappointment as Jochi Kleint’s 625bhp, dual-engine Golf failed just 600 feet short of the finish line. Add to that the recent emissions scandal, and you’ve got a company hell bent to prove itself.

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Tesla tax credits are changing, and Model 3 buyers face a tough choice

Tesla tax credits are changing, and Model 3 buyers face a tough choice

Tesla has become the first automaker to hit the tax credit threshold, hitting the 200,000 US deliveries mark and potentially leaving buyers of its EVs hit harder in the wallet depending on when they get their new cars. The current tax incentive system, designed to encourage drivers to purchase electric or electrified vehicles, offers a $7,500 tax credit on new cars, but only up to a limit.

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McLaren hybrid plan sees every supercar electrified by 2025

McLaren hybrid plan sees every supercar electrified by 2025

McLaren has revealed an ambitious plan to make all of its sports cars hybrids by 2025, a $1.59 billion project the British automaker has called Track25. A total of eighteen new models are expected to be launched over the next seven years, building on the roadmap set out by the gas-electric McLaren P1.

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Alieno Arcanum hypercar claims 5,221hp and 303mph top speed

Alieno Arcanum hypercar claims 5,221hp and 303mph top speed

It seems like the world is awash with insanely fast hypercars today. We have the Agera RS hitting over 270mph and now we have a car from a Bulgarian company called Alieno claiming a top speed of 303 mph. The car is called the Alieno Arcanum and the concept images look fantastic.

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