Check Out The Tesla Model Y's Roomy Cargo Hold

Recent “leaked” images give us a solid look at the Model Y with the rear hatch open and seats folded down. The Tesla Model Y is set to launch in the coming weeks and there are still some key details missing. We haven’t seen the available third-row seats or good shots of the cargo area. While we’re still waiting on […]

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Panasonic To Exit Solar Production At Tesla’s New York Plant As Partnership Frays

Panasonic Corp said it would exit solar cell production at Tesla Inc’s New York plant, the latest sign of strain in a partnership where Panasonic’s status as the U.S. electric vehicle (EV) maker’s exclusive battery supplier is ending. The move increases uncertainty over Tesla’s solar business which is already under scrutiny, having been drastically scaled back since the U.S. firm […]

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Which Cars Have CVTs for 2020?

Continuously variable transmissions, or CVTs, are a type of transmission that trades the fixed-ratio gears of conventional automatic transmissions for a system involving two pulleys and an intervening belt or chain, which can infinitely vary gear ratios in real time. CVTs are hardly new; Subaru marketed the first stateside example in the late 1980s. But their usage spans a wide […]

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2021 Triumph Tiger 1200 Spotted On Test

Triumph Motorcycles may be working on updating the top-of-the-line Triumph Tiger 1200, after introducing the new Triumph Tiger 900. Latest spy shots from Europe show an advanced prototype of what is likely to be the 2021 Triumph Tiger 1200, which will likely get significant upgrades in performance and capability, with many new features to improve its off-road potential. Like the […]

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GT Sport Returns for 2020 National Sports Festival of Japan

After making its debut in the esports category of the 2019 National Sports Festival of Japan — or Kokutai — GT Sport will again feature as an event for the 2020 tournament. The National Sports Festival takes place in early autumn each year, with hosting duties rotating around Japan’s 47 prefectures. In 2019, that fell to the Ibaraki Prefecture — […]

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CIRAS Certification Offered at International Car Rental Show

At this year’s International Car Rental Show, Jim Schalberg, owner of Auto Rental Solutions, will once again offer attendees the CIRAS Certification session.  The Center for International Rental Automotive Standards (CIRAS) certification program aims to equip car rental employees with the knowledge and tools needed for success in the car rental industry. Topics include customer service procedures, incremental sales, insurance […]

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Hertz Named Among World’s Most Ethical Companies

The assessment includes more than 200 questions on culture; environmental and social practices; ethics and compliance activities; governance; diversity; and initiatives to support a strong value chain.  Photo via Depositphotos. The Hertz Corporation has been recognized by Ethisphere, a global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices, as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies of 2020. […]

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Spa-winning GPX squad gets factory Porsche drivers

The Spa 24 Hours-winning GPX Racing team will field two Porsches featuring the German marque’s factory drivers in the new GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup season. GPX participated in what was then known as the Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup last year with one season-long Porsche 911 GT3 R entry in the Silver Cup. However, it entered an extra […]

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