Kia Grand Carnival cars exported to Thailand (Source: THACO) It is the second batch of passenger cars that THACO has exported to Thailand, the Southeast Asia’s biggest auto hub, in 2020. Previously, the company delivered 40 of the same cars to Thailand in February. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese automaker boosts sales of passenger cars to Thailand
Kuniskis acknowledged that he couldn’t beat the Ford Mustang GT500, adding, “I’d have to have a wing the size of a house, I’d have to have no seats.” That’s just something Dodge can’t do. However, that doesn’t appear to be an issue for the automaker anyway. Many of Dodge’s customers identify with drag racing as opposed to road course racing, according to MC&T. Dodge doesn’t need to build one because the customers are satisfied with what the automaker offers today. … [Read more...] about Dodge Challenger ACR Ruled Out Because It Would Be Too Heavy
Renault Trucks has joined hands with SUEZ to use electric trucks for waste collection. The first Renault Trucks D Wide Z.E. model (26 tons), which is a completely zero-emission model will be used for waste collection in Paris region, claims the company in a release.The Renault's zero-emission truck is manufactured at the automaker’s plant in Blainville-Sur-Orne in the Calvados department (France). As the company claims, it will begin operations in July 2020 on several SUEZ’s waste collection contracts in the Paris region.Commenting on this, Olivier Metzger, Director of Alternative Energies at Renault Trucks France, said, “This model is the product of a true partnership between SUEZ and Renault Trucks. We have been working for a long time with SUEZ, an environmental business leader in France, to develop this type of 100% electric solutions. Our relationship of trust is key for developing strategic projects.”As the company claims, garbage trucks have many … [Read more...] about Renault Trucks partners with SUEZ to provide electric trucks for waste collection
Speaking of mystery, the latest Bronco teaser posted today talks briefly about the SUV's various drive modes. Another carousel of images in a single post shows a Bronco badge in mud, sand, and dirt, which Ford mentions are three of seven different available drive modes. … [Read more...] about Ford Bronco Colors Revealed In Travel-Themed Teaser Post
Electric vehicles (EVs) have a clear environmental advantage over their gas-guzzling counterparts, but when it comes to longevity, the two are in a dead heat. Two hundred thousand miles is considered a good, long run for a car built today, regardless of whether it’s powered by a lithium battery or an internal combustion engine. But if a flurry of recent reports are to be believed, EVs may soon surge ahead in this long-distance competition—not by mere thousands of miles, but by 800,000. … [Read more...] about What Happens After a ‘Million-Mile Battery’ Outlasts the Car?