Tesla Gigafactory 4 Update: Site Rendering And New Videos

Site rendering give us glimpses of the Tesla Gigafactory 4 plan. The progress of the Tesla Gigafactory 4 (aka Giga Berlin) in Grünheide, near Berlin in Germany seems to be moving at a similar pace to the Gigafactory 3 in China (at comparable stage). Part of the plot – for the first phase – was already cleared, and new construction equipment […]

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Brake failure issues in Hyundai Creta

Thanks to BHPians naveen.raju, RavenAvi, navy68 and Paul63 for sharing their experiences regarding the failure of the Hyundai Creta’s brakes. In November 2019, the traction control and ABS warning lights lit up for 30 seconds in BHPian naveen.raju’s Creta. The owner’s manual of the car states that while normal braking function will still be operational in such as case, it is […]

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Carlos Sainz never questioned legality of Racing Point's RP20

Carlos Sainz has denied he personally questioned the legality of Racing Point’s RP20 ahead of the new season. The RP20, dubbed the ‘pink Mercedes’, has caused quite a stir in the Formula 1 paddock with Racing Point ditching their own philosophy in favour of following their engine suppliers on their development path. During pre-season testing, McLaren driver Sainz said: “I […]

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‘Not a chance’ of Australian GP without spectators

Australian Grand Prix boss Andrew Westacott says that the Melbourne race will not follow Bahrain and be run without spectators. Westacott cited the Women’s T20 World Cup final, which took place on Sunday at Melbourne Cricket Ground with a crowd of over 86,000. On Sunday Bahrain organisers announced that only “participants” would be allowed into their event, and ticket holders […]

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Josef Newgarden: F1 'looks down' upon American drivers

Two-time IndyCar champion, Josef Newgarden, thinks it is hard for American drivers to race in F1 due to a European “bubble” that exists in the sport. There has not been an American representative on the Formula 1 grid since Alexander Rossi departed in 2015 following a five-race stint with Manor Racing. Newgarden did try to plot his own path to […]

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Spain Starts 2020 With Record Plug-In Electric Car Sales

European plug-in car sales are blooming and Spain, in particular, is one of the examples. Spain is one of the hottest plug-in electric car markets right now, as after a great year in 2019, January and February have proven to be the best months ever. In January, sales reached a new all-time high of 3,265 with almost 400 Renault ZOE […]

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SPYSHOTS: Mercedes-Benz EQE seen for the first time

Mercedes-Benz’s EQ range of electric vehicles looks set to welcome a new model in the form of the EQE, which will join the existing EQC and upcoming EQA and EQS. Recently spotted undergoing testing by our spy photographers, the EQE is to the E-Class what the EQS will be to the S-Class. At first glance, the camouflaged prototype seen here […]

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Webber: Hamilton a more complete driver than Schumacher

Mark Webber feels Lewis Hamilton should be considered the best Formula 1 driver of all time, ahead of the legendary Michael Schumacher. Hamilton is looking to join Schumacher as a seven-time World Champion this season, but ex-driver turned pundit Webber thinks the Mercedes driver has already surpassed Schumi in terms of on-track talent and that the records will soon follow. […]

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