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Drone Delivery By Geely: Selling Cars In The Age Of COVID-19

March 29th, 2020 | by Jo Borrás

The whole process is incredibly polished, and could set the standard by which direct-to-consumer sales start to happen globally. That's especially significant these days, too, now that the laws surrounding dealerships and franchises continue to get challenged by upstart EV makers. Heck, even the keys themselves are next-level -- take a look for yourself!


Lotus & Hope Launch 2020 Olympics Track Weapon

December 19th, 2019 | by Jo Borrás

Hope Bicycle Technology (HB.T) recently announced the launch of an all-new, high-speed pursuit weapon that, it hopes, will give UK cyclists a competitive edge at the upcoming 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. To make sure they've put their best foot forward, they've partnered with one of the most storied names in racing and engineering alike: Lotus


2000 HP Electric Lotus Evija Makes Its Racetrack Debut (Video)

November 25th, 2019 | by Jo Borrás

When it debuted earlier this year, the all-electric Lotus Evija promised buyers that its electric motors would put some 2000 HP to the ground once it reached production. If true, that claim would make the Evija easily the most powerful production car on the planet, electric or otherwise


Move Over, Tony Stark — Elon Musk Admits To James Bond Villain Side Project … Or Something Like That

June 12th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

He may or may not have been digging around in his pocket to find his bowtie, but even without it, Elon Musk's jacket started looking a bit more like a Tuxedo when a shareholder from the audience dropped the last question of the day. The shareholder in question asked if Tesla had any plans to make an aquatic car, and Musk started giggling as if he had been waiting for this exact question all day


Polestar Now An Electric Sports Car Company!

June 21st, 2017 | by Jo Borrás

Polestar has been making a name for itself on race tracks around the world by providing some of the closest and most exciting race finishes in recent history. Now, the Volvo-owned tuning firm is going to be competing with the real big boys in the automotive business — by becoming a manufacturer in its own right



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