Proton website now supports voice activation for X70

Proton’s attempts to venture deeper into the tech side of things has led to the creation of a new feature on its website – voice activation. Yes, you can now use voice commands to navigate through the X70 on Proton’s website, but the function is currently supported on any Android mobile devices, as well as Google Chrome desktop browser. Unfortunately, […]

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Aston Martin V12 Speedster revealed – 5.2L twin-turbo V12 with 700 hp; limited to 88 units; from RM4 million

The list of reveals in the absence of this year’s Geneva Motor Show continues, with Aston Martin lifting the veils off of the new V12 Speedster at its headquarters in Gaydon. Created by the British marque’s bespoke customisation division “Q by Aston Martin,” only 88 units of the limited-edition model will be made, with a starting price of 765,000 British […]

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BMW Concept i4 Video Preview Goes In-Depth

Top Gear video shows a concept that will mostly make it into production. BMW is getting serious in the electric sedan segment by introducing its first EVs into its core range. The Concept i4, that should have debuted at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show, previews the second such model to join the Bavarian automaker’s range after the iX3 SUV. Now […]

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Mercedes-Benz E-Class Gains Revised PHEV Powertrain, Headed For U.S.

It’s the first electrified E-Class to be sold in the States. Mercedes-Benz has thoroughly refreshed its midsize E-Class model, and while its exterior and interior changes are noteworthy, we’re interested in the revised E350e motivated by the brand’s third-generation plug-in hybrid system. It pairs a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with an electric motor for a total of 315 horsepower combined at […]

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Tesla Model 3 Performance Sets New Track Record At Buttonwillow

Unplugged Performance proves the Model 3 is a top-notch track car. Tesla aftermarket maker and supplier Unplugged Performance (UP) recently announced on the Tesla Motors Club (TMC) forum that it broke lap time records at the Buttonwillow Raceway Park in California. The record was set by a modified Tesla Model 3 during the track’s recent Tesla Corsa event, which was […]

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Brabus Gives Mercedes-Benz EQC Power And Torque Bump

It’s not that much more powerful, but the torque gain is significant Brabus is a well known name in the world of souped up Mercedes-Benz models – they do everything from the tiny Smart car all the way to the big GLS SUV. Now they’ve tackled their first all-electric vehicle from the Three Pointed Star, the EQC SUV, and their […]

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2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E Nearly Sold Out

If you build it, they will come… According to reports from the Mach-E forum, Ford now has more than 40,000 reservations for the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E, representing about 83% of the 50,000 unit production capacity for the 2021 model year.  Granted, not all of the reservations will convert to sales, and the $500 deposit requirement is fully refundable for […]

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Tesla Sentry Mode Records A Model 3 Egging In Canada

A kid’s prank, vandalism or both? More than that, why a Tesla? When kids decide to egg something, why do they do it? Is it for a twisted sense of adventure? An attack on something they believe they hate? This is probably the first time we see an egging Tesla Sentry Mode video. It was recorded last February 29 in […]

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Could Tesla Disrupt Shipping Industry With Battery-Powered Boats?

Tesla’s advances in battery tech could pave the way for much bigger products. Cargo vessels (shipping boats) are larger than any other man-made moving object on the planet. This means some need to carry millions of gallons of fuel just to make their trek across the ocean. Nonetheless, despite the huge cost of fuel, this is one of the most […]

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Geely investing in low-orbit satellite manufacturing to provide more accurate data for self-driving vehicles

The Zhejiang Geely Holding Group is investing $326 million (RM1.36 billion) in a new satellite manufacturing plant in China where the eventually-produced satellites are to provide more accurate data for self-driving cars, Automotive News Europe reported. The company has aimed to reach a production rate of 500 satellites a year by 2025, at which time the company expects more of […]

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