Refreshed 2022 Acura RDX adds wireless CarPlay, updated drive modes

The 2022 Acura RDX five-seat crossover SUV comes with more standard tech, a quieter cabin, and retuned drive mode dynamics, Acura announced this week.  Subtle styling updates include a thinner chrome surround on the grille, larger front air intakes, and, in back, rectangular dual exhaust tips. The refresh is meant to follow the redesigned 2022 Acura MDX three-row crossover. New […]

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Ford Choosing Euro Transmission Plant To Build EV Powertrains

According to Automotive News, sources familiar with the matter have stated that Ford is in the final stages of choosing which of its European transmission factories will produce electric vehicle powertrains.  The sources say Ford is down to a choice between a facility in Cologne, Germany, or another in Halewood, England. The Cologne plant would make plenty of sense since Ford is […]

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2022 Ford Expedition SUV adds off-road and performance versions, updates tech

The 2022 Ford Expedition full-size SUV comes with new versions aimed at off-roading and performance, an upgraded suspension, a larger touchscreen, and a limited hands-free driver-assist system for its mid-cycle refresh. The front and rear get a makeover as well, Ford announced this week.  Standard LED headlights highlight the changes to the broad face of the big SUV, and the […]

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UK: Plug-In Citroen C5 Aircross Black Edition Priced Under £37k

The new Black Edition variant of the Citroen C5 Aircross plug-in hybrid SUV has gone on sale in the UK with prices from just under £37,000. Marked out by dark trim features and offering plenty of standard equipment, the new model is the new pinnacle of the C5 Aircross SUV range. Sitting above the previously range-topping Shine Plus model, the […]

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FP1: Bottas lays down a marker as Merc reign in Sochi

Valtteri Bottas was the Mercedes driver to beat in Friday’s first practice for the Russian Grand Prix, two-tenths up on his team-mate Lewis Hamilton. But with the Finn having already acknowledged he’ll take one for the team if need be as Hamilton chases down Max Verstappen for the World title, Friday may be his only opportunity for a P1 this […]

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Electric cars in Norway: why the country is in love with EVs

More than 50 per cent of new cars sold in Norway are electric, and a further 27 per cent are hybrids. We find out what’s driving this trend Despite being one of the world’s most oil-rich countries, Norway’s love affair with the electric car is well documented. The Scandinavian nation is one of the biggest and most influential global EV […]

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More local fuel shortages could be coming, but don’t panic

Transport Secretary tells drivers to carry on as normal, as BP and Esso report more filling station closures Drivers have been warned to expect more localised filling station closures as the UK’s HGV driver crisis continues to bite, even though there’s no national petrol or diesel shortage. BP and Esso have both announced that a ‘handful’ of filling stations were […]

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Ferrari's new PU is only a 'little bit better' says Leclerc

Charles Leclerc isn’t suddenly expecting to be challenging for pole in Russia, saying his new Ferrari engine is only a “little bit better” than its predecessor. After weeks of delays, Ferrari announced earlier this week that their new hybrid system is ready to be raced and that Leclerc would be doing so at the Russian Grand Prix. As the new […]

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