2023 BMW 3-Series Facelift, Mercedes AMG GT63 S F1 Edition, and 1400 BHP

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U.S. traffic deaths rose more than 10 percent to a 16-year high in 2021, but there is an explanation

About 43,000 people died in road accidents in 2021, the highest number of traffic deaths in 16 years, according to the NHTSA. This is a significant 10.5 percent increase over the previous year. There is an explanation for the jump in statistics, though, and that is that the estimated total vehicle mileage traveled was about 325 billion miles more than in 2020. Considering this, deaths would be reduced by 0.01 percent. It goes without saying that there is no room for improvement, though.

The 2023 BMW 3-Series Facelift proves that beautiful looking beavers can exist today

The 2023 BMW 3-Series brings a subtle facelift that, surprisingly, doesn’t look terrifying. The lights are now thinner and less messy, the graphics have changed to an “inverted L” shape, and the grille has tweaked contours and double bars. The new wheels have a choice of designs and colors, while the interior is compatible with the latest models from BMW with iDrive 8 and curved displays. All US-Market 3-Series will now be built in Mexico, while engine and performance statistics will remain the same.

The new F1 version package for the Mercedes-AMG GT 63 SE performance will cost you around € 24,000

Mercedes-AMG continues to celebrate its 55th anniversary with the launch of the GT 63 SE Performance F1 Edition. Once that face name is finished, you’ll notice that the car’s drivetrain remains untouched – although the car remains the brand’s most powerful production model with 831 hp (620 kW / 843 PS) and over 1,032 lb-ft (1,400 Nm) of torque. The F1 package comes with an exclusive manufacturer’s alpine gray exterior with AMG characters as well as a color gradient that changes from gray to black. Also included are the AMG Aerodynamics package, the AMG Knight and Knight II package, the 21-inch fake wheel with matte black finish and a unique car cover.

Tesla will take a 20,000 deposit per semester, although there is no guarantee of when you will actually receive it.

Tesla Semi has not had much fanfare since it was first announced in 2017. But now, potential customers can make a 20,000 deposit for Semi. It’s all well and good, but there’s nothing in the fine print to indicate a production timeline for Cm, when the price hasn’t been updated since it was unveiled five years ago.

Hoonipigasus is for the 1,400 HP Porsche 911-based racer Pike Peak in Ken Block.

Ken Block and the Hunigan Racing Division have unveiled their homage to the old classic Porsche. Parody of the legendary “Pink Pig”, Hunipigassus will be driven by blocks in the Pike’s Peak Open class. Built by BBi Autosport, it has a 1,400 hp flat-six engine mounted in the middle with an all-wheel drive. The dazzling racer weighs just 1,000 kg (2,205 lb), and the suspension is height-adjustable based on GPS data using telemetry for previous year’s races.

Rumors of the Ford Thunderbird (indirect) returning as a Corvette rival

A report from Ford authorities claims that the Blue Oval is considering reviving the Thunderbird to indirectly fight the Chevrolet Corvette. This means that any potential plan to revive Thunderbird could see a name return associated with a larger GT, offering a Hello car that isn’t quite a gun for the C8 Corvette. There are still many questions surrounding the renaming of Thunderbird, such as how many seats it will have and perhaps more importantly, whether it will be an EV.

The driver of this McLaren 720S had a great day in Mexico

Supercar crashes rarely bring joy to anyone, and despite the details not being abundantly clear in this scene, our hearts go out to the owner of this wrecked McLaren 720S. The aftermath of the crash was reported in Toluca, Mexico, where the driver’s side rear wheel was torn off, along with the brake disc, caliper and many suspension components.

And what news making

F1 will not replace Russian GP

Formula 1 has announced that the Russian Grand Prix will not be replaced in the 2022 calendar, with the total number of races being revised from 23 to 22. The venues rumored to stand in the frame are Sepang, Malaysia and Qatar, which will start 10 years from 2023 as an F1 venue. There were also rumors that Singapore was interested in hosting a day / night race the week before its existing GP slot.

Netflix subscribers cut 150 jobs in recession

Netflix has announced that it is cutting 150 employees, less than a month after the streaming service announced it was losing its first subscriber in a decade. Redundancies will affect about 2 percent of the North American workforce, with that Los Angeles Times Reporting that the recruitment, communications, and content sections have all been affected.

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