Cars

Honda’s innovative Kurumaku air filter can literally destroy COVID-19 droplets

Honda’s innovative Kurumaku air filter can literally destroy COVID-19 droplets

Honda has come up with an obvious solution to protect car owners from COVID-19 infection. In a new press release, Honda Japan is introducing its latest Kurumaku cabin air filter. This new antiviral add-on not only catches coronavirus droplets inside the cabin, but the filter surface can damage and destroy COVID-19 virus cells in the process.

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Refreshed Tesla Model S spied cruising California streets

Refreshed Tesla Model S spied cruising California streets

Tesla has been producing its Model S electric vehicle essentially unchanged for several years now. In 2020, sales of the expensive electric vehicle slowed, resulting in a recent production shutdown as more buyers have turned to the cheaper Model 3 or Model Y EVs. A video has surfaced that shows what appears to be a refreshed Model S testing in the wild.

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The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1 is riding on some awesome wheels

The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1 is riding on some awesome wheels

We’ll be missing the Mustang Shelby GT350 along with the rest of the muscle car community, but Ford is spicing up the Mach 1 to make up for it. Part of the Mustang Mach 1’s optional Handling Package, those new wheels drew inspiration from bridges, roll cages, and – believe it or not – bird’s nests.

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Tesla offers details on Q4 2020 vehicle production and delivery

Tesla offers details on Q4 2020 vehicle production and delivery

Tesla is pushing hard to increase its sales and production capability. The automaker currently has some of the most popular electric vehicles on the market, and they also tend to be some of the most expensive. Recently, the automaker gave some details on vehicle production and delivery for Q4 2020.

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FCA makes a significant investment in Polish plant for building electrified vehicles

FCA makes a significant investment in Polish plant for building electrified vehicles

This week Fiat Chrysler Automobiles confirmed that it intended to refurbish a Poland plant, where it will build new models for the Jeep, Fiat, and Alfa Romeo brands. The vehicles built there will include hybrid and all-electric vehicles. While FCA has confirmed the factory's investment, it's unclear if vehicles built there will be for Europe alone or if they will be sold outside of Europe.

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GM to show off electrified vehicles at CES 2021

GM to show off electrified vehicles at CES 2021

CES 2021 is going to be very different from past years. Rather than hordes of technology fans and journalists showing up in Las Vegas in person, the entire event will be held online. A new report has surfaced that General Motors CEO Mary Barra will give the opening keynote address on January 12 for the show. During her keynote, she will reportedly provide a peek at coming electric vehicles.

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Be like Mike and buy Jordan’s old 2007 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren

Be like Mike and buy Jordan’s old 2007 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren

The 2007 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren is already an exciting car, but this one available for sale on eBay is a little more special. The car doesn't have a custom body kit or gobs of extra power. What makes it special is its past owner. Basketball legend Michael Jordan owned this 2007 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren.

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2021 Nissan GT-R Review – Godzilla in Snow Shoes

2021 Nissan GT-R Review – Godzilla in Snow Shoes

"Nissan has given us a 2021 GT-R Premium outfitted with winter tires. Would you be interested?" Some offers you don't say no to, and sometimes it just takes seeing something familiar through new eyes to gain a fresh appreciation for it. While Nissan's flagship sports car may now be more than a decade old, it makes for an unexpectedly entertaining snowmobile.

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Toyota shows off 2021 Tokyo Auto Salon cars

Toyota shows off 2021 Tokyo Auto Salon cars

Lots of Japanese car fans around the world look forward to the annual Tokyo Auto Salon. Auto manufacturers tend to unveil customized cars at the show, along with new performance accessories. Tokyo Auto Salon is very similar to the SEMA show in the US in many aspects. Thanks to COVID-19, this year, there is no in-person show in Tokyo, so auto manufacturers are revealing their cars online.

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Aspark Owl hypercar is officially on sale in North America and Europe

Aspark Owl hypercar is officially on sale in North America and Europe

One of the coolest hypercar's shown off in a while comes from a new company called Aspark. The car itself is called the Owl and is billed as the fastest accelerating car in the world. The vehicle is capable of accelerating from a standstill to 60 mph in 1.72 seconds.

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2020 Genesis G90 Review – Wheel Inspiration

2020 Genesis G90 Review – Wheel Inspiration

The auto industry loves a trend, so here's hoping the 2020 Genesis G90 proves inspirational for 2021 when it comes to wheel style. For such an important part of how a vehicle looks and performs, it feels a lot like rim design has fallen into a rut over the past decade. Then along came luxury contender Genesis, and upset everything.

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2020 Bentley Mulsanne Speed Final Drive – Farewell to the Master

2020 Bentley Mulsanne Speed Final Drive – Farewell to the Master

Change is in the air at Bentley and, as the British automaker mulls its electric future, the legendary Mulsanne bows out to make way for whatever modern luxury might look like in the next decade and beyond. Six-figures worth of handcrafted excess, the Mulsanne Speed remains a rarity even after 11 years of production, vast and uncompromising in both power and opulence.

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