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Lordstown Motors attempts damage control as Tesla rival’s CEO & CFO resign

Lordstown Motors attempts damage control as Tesla rival’s CEO & CFO resign

Electric truck-maker Lordstown Motors is seeing its troubles go from bad to worse, with the exit of its CEO and CFO today sending its stock plummeting. Chief executive officer Steve Burns, and chief financial officer Julio Rodriguez, both resigned, with Burns also stepping down from his position on the company's Board of Directors.

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This Audi RS6 Avant Johann Abt Signature Edition has an 800HP twin-turbo V8

This Audi RS6 Avant Johann Abt Signature Edition has an 800HP twin-turbo V8

German tuning house ABT is celebrating its 125th anniversary with a huge bang. Meet the Audi RS6 Avant Johann Abt Signature Edition. Yes, you probably heard of the ABT RS6-R and RS7-R, hardcore versions of a standard Audi RS6 and RS7 Sportback. But the Johann ABT Signature Edition is taking it up a notch.

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2022 Subaru Forester debuts in Japan with a mild facelift and a torquey Boxer turbo engine

2022 Subaru Forester debuts in Japan with a mild facelift and a torquey Boxer turbo engine

The 2022 Subaru Forester recently debuted in Japan with a few exterior tweaks, better interior materials, and a host of new features. The most noticeable change starts with new upright headlights with a taller profile, making the Forester seem like a bigger crossover at first glance.

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McLaren intends to enter the Extreme E race series next year

McLaren intends to enter the Extreme E race series next year

McLaren is heavily involved in automotive racing in multiple segments all around the world. A new report has surfaced that McLaren intends to enter another racing series called Extreme E. This is a unique racing series and something that McLaren has never participated in before as it involves racing electric SUVs.

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Dodge plans to build an electric vehicle that can beat the Hellcat

Dodge plans to build an electric vehicle that can beat the Hellcat

Anyone who follows electric vehicles knows that they can be incredibly fast. An excellent example is the Tesla Model S Plaid which is one of the fastest cars in the entire world. American automaker Dodge has a history of building some very fast muscle cars, including the Dodge Hellcat with its supercharged V-8 engine. A new report is making the rounds the claims Dodge intends to build an electric vehicle that will put the Hellcat to shame.

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I can’t stop thinking about a Ford F-150 Lightning Raptor

I can’t stop thinking about a Ford F-150 Lightning Raptor

Ford confirmed the power figures for the 2021 F-150 Raptor this past week, and it's fair to say they came as a surprise. Since the first generation of the performance truck back in 2010, the Raptor badge has meant Ford's most potent version of the pickup. Problem is, even before it hits dealer forecourts, the new Raptor finds itself in an electric shadow.

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Ringbrothers 1970 Chevy Blazer is incredible

Ringbrothers 1970 Chevy Blazer is incredible

Ringbrothers have been making highly customized classic vehicles filled with modern parts for a long time. Typically the vehicles are made for well-to-do buyers on commission or sold and six-figure prices. Recently, Ringbrothers created a one-of-a-kind 1970 Chevrolet Blazer for a contest being held at Omaze.

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My biggest Toyota and Lexus complaint is finally being fixed

My biggest Toyota and Lexus complaint is finally being fixed

The new 2022 Lexus NX looks slick, gets a welcome plug-in hybrid option, and an uptick in power, but it's the dashboard tech that I'm most excited by. It's fair to say that Lexus' infotainment systems haven't exactly been the most popular over the past 5-10 years, and while there have been multiple reasons for that, a lot of the blame can be placed squarely on the touchpad or joystick.

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Volkswagen data breach leaks information on 3.3 million customers

Volkswagen data breach leaks information on 3.3 million customers

Volkswagen has found itself in hot water multiple times in the last few years, most notably for dieslegate scandal where it was cheating emissions. Volkswagen has now announced another problem with a data breach at a vendor that has impacted more than 3.3 million customers and potential customers in North America. Almost all of the information leaked was of current or potential customers of Audi, which is owned by VW.

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2022 Lexus NX delivers new plug-in hybrid and an overdue dash tech treat

2022 Lexus NX delivers new plug-in hybrid and an overdue dash tech treat

The second-generation 2022 Lexus NX is debuting with an updated face, a fresh interior, and a new plug-in hybrid model. The latest Lexus NX now gains athletic styling cues from its larger RX brethren and is better suited to outclass other competitors like the Mercedes-Benz GLB, Infiniti QX50, and Acura RDX.

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Alpha Wolf+ Cloudbreak has an innovative camper tent from Heimplanet

Alpha Wolf+ Cloudbreak has an innovative camper tent from Heimplanet

The Alpha Wolf and Wolf+ (Wolf Plus) have yet to make it to production, but the California-based startup is already working on an overlanding version of its first all-electric small truck. Alpha Motor Corporation (AMC) has collaborated with German outdoor specialist Heimplanet in creating a bespoke Cloudbreak tent that neatly integrates into the truck bed.

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2021 Mercedes-AMG E 63 S Wagon Review: Family Fortune

2021 Mercedes-AMG E 63 S Wagon Review: Family Fortune

Look, I have already sung the praises of wagons. I have waxed about their practicality; shook my fist at the sky and howled about their aesthetic superiority. I have made it abundantly clear that I am on Team Wagon, and so the fact that the 2021 Mercedes-AMG E 63 S Wagon has an early advantage with me should come as little surprise.

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