FIA says there’s ‘no question’ over DAS safety

The FIA has said it is fully satisfied that Mercedes’ new DAS system is safe, despite the unusual movement of the steering wheel. Mercedes has come up with an innovative solution to change the toe angle of its front wheels. It uses a clever design that makes the alteration through the drivers pushing and pulling on the steering wheel. While […]

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Aprilia reveals 2020 MotoGP livery

The Aprilia Racing Gresini team became the final MotoGP manufacturer to unveil the colours its bikes will sport during the 2020 season. This season will be Aprilia’s sixth since it returned to MotoGP in 2015 with a works effort in conjunction with Fausto Gresini’s satellite team. Aprilia is due to field Aleix Espargaro and Andrea Iannone again this year, though […]

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Choose F1 Experiences for the 2020 Vietnam Grand Prix in Hanoi

A memorable first experience of the Vietnam Grand Prix awaits you with ticket packages from F1 Experiences’ Platinum Champions Club. Formula 1 will be visiting Vietnam for the inaugural Grand Prix in 2020, which will be held on the Hanoi Street Circuit on April 3-5. The 23-turn circuit has been designed by Hermann Tilke and inspired by iconic tracks; the […]

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Bottas feels rivals will struggle to copy DAS

Valtteri Bottas believes it will be hard for teams to copy Mercedes’ novel dual-axis steering system concept, saying he first heard about its development almost one year ago. Mercedes sparked intrigue in the Formula 1 paddock when it debuted its new DAS system on the second day of pre-season testing in Barcelona. The system allowed Bottas and teammate Lewis Hamilton […]

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Uber Returns To Colombia Less Than A Month After Exit

Uber Technologies Inc resumed transporting passengers in Colombia on Thursday with a new service model that allows users to rent cars with drivers, just 20 days after it exited the Andean country following a ruling by regulators which the company described as arbitrary. The Superintendency of Industry and Commerce (SIC), which regulates fair competition and protects consumers, in December ruled […]

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Could A Tesla Really Be An Appreciating Asset?

The Tesla Model 3 has already proven it has very low depreciation, but to grow in value seems crazy. EDITOR’S NOTE: 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 […]

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Lordstown Motors Provides Peek Inside Its Electric Truck Plant: Video

Lordstown’s motto appears to be “Ride With Lordstown.” Lordstown Motors, the company that is working on an all-new Endurance electric pickup truck, this week released a first look inside its plant in Lordstown Complex in Ohio, acquired from GM. We were told that this is the first in a series of behind-the-scenes videos, so hopefully, we will be able to […]

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The 495-HP, 2020 Mid-Engine Chevrolet Corvette Is Here, and it Costs Less Than $60K

After five decades of fitful development, the mid-engine 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray has finally been revealed. Those who have been following the eight-generation Corvette’s not-so-secret development will no doubt know some of the highlights already, but here’s everything straight from Chevrolet. The 2020 C8 is the first Corvette to move the engine behind the cockpit, changing up the performance dynamics […]

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Is The Kandi K27 America's Next Most Popular EV?

No. The US is known for its long roads, great travel distances, and love for big vehicles. Smart tried to convince Americans into “small is beautiful” and failed spectacularly. Any Chinese company should better have that in mind to sell here then, right? Kandi and SC Autosports, LLC, didn’t. And they are now trying to sell a new vehicle in […]

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