For The Gamers Out There, Tesla's Elon Musk Got His Start Just Like You

Video games probably aren’t going to ruin your life, however, moderation is the key. This article comes to us courtesy of EVANNEX, which makes and sells aftermarket Tesla accessories. The opinions expressed therein are not necessarily our own at InsideEVs, nor have we been paid by EVANNEX to publish these articles. We find the company’s perspective as an aftermarket supplier of Tesla accessories […]

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Tesla Shopper Gets $15,000 Model S Due To One Faulty Battery Cell

Remember when we told you Gruber Motors can isolate and fix battery cell issues? We’ve reported several times about Tesla repair specialist Gruber Motors. The family-owned Phoenix-based company specializes in restoring and repairing old Tesla Roadsters, though it can fix other Tesla vehicles as well. Not long ago, we told you about Gruber’s new Tesla Model S battery pack repair […]

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2021 Yamaha NMax 155 scooter in Malaysia, RM8,998 – paultan.org

Following its release in the Indonesia market in December 2019 and Thailand in April 2020, the 2020/2021 Yamaha NMax 155 is now in Malaysia, priced at RM8,998. Pricing for the NMax 155 is recommended retail and does not include road tax, insurance or registration. Mechanically unchanged from the previous model, the NMax 155 carries a single-cylinder SOHC, VVA unit displacing […]

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Rolls-Royce launches “Pursuit Seat” accessory for £6,500

Rolls-Royce says its new, collapsible seat makes the perfect perch for outdoor performances and motorsport events Rolls-Royce has launched a branded, collapsible seat for its Cullinan SUV called the Pursuit Seat. The new accessory can be bought individually or as a pair, with prices starting from £6,581 per unit (excluding taxes). The Pursuit Seat has been designed to slot into […]

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F1 news: Red Bull to delay Albon decision until post-season

Red Bull will not make a decision on Alexander Albon’s future with the team until after the final race of the 2020 Formula 1 season. Albon is currently under pressure to retain his seat alongside Max Verstappen for 2021 as Red Bull’s bosses ponder replacing him with a more experienced driver. Red Bull has openly said that if it were […]

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Crossover vs SUV: What is the Difference?

The Drive and its partners may earn a commission if you purchase a product through one of our links. Read more. You’ve probably noticed a new vehicle trend. There’s even a chance that you’ve contributed to it, too. We’re talking about the crossover craze that’s sweeping consumers up and has led to dealerships overflowing with the raised not-quite-a-car, not-quite-an-SUV models. […]

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2021 Ford F-250 Tremor and F-350 Limited Pros and Cons Review

Pros Fantastic engines Phenomenal transmission Exceptional towing ability Cons Disappointing interior Tremor’s off-road experience Pricey Going into to this year’s Truck of the Year competition, the refreshed Ford Super Duty was the odds-on favorite. In 2017, the then-new Super Duty took home the Golden Calipers; this year’s edition just went through a particularly thorough refresh. View Other 2021 Truck Of The […]

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Lucas di Grassi wants to stay in Formula E after Audi exit

Audi driver Lucas di Grassi has “no hard feelings” about the manufacturer’s decision to exit Formula E at the end of the season but wishes to remain in the championship. The German manufacturer announced on Monday it would withdraw the factory team from FE at the end of the 2020/21 season in favour of a Dakar Rally programme.  It will […]

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2021 Jeep Gladiator Pros and Cons Review

Pros Improved fuel economy Better off-road capability Better steering Cons Reduced payload and towing capacity Leaky soft top Scary towing experience Character and heritage are as much Jeep’s stock and trade as off-road capability. “It’s a Jeep thing” can be as much praise as it can be damnation, though, depending on who’s saying it and why. The 2021 Jeep Gladiator […]

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Roberts: Not heroic, did what was necessary | F1 News by PlanetF1

Stepping into the flames to help Romain Grosjean, F1 doctor Ian Roberts says he’s not a hero, he did “what was necessary”. Grosjean crashed on the opening lap of the Bahrain Grand Prix, his Haas piercing the guardrail and splitting in half before bursting into flames. As the Frenchman climbed out of what was left of his car, Roberts was […]

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