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New car sales are forecast to fall by more than 20% compared to last May
New car sales are forecast to fall 20.9 percent this month compared to the same period last year – a staggering drop of 8. 8.3 billion. The decline in sales is not due to declining demand; In fact, it’s sky-high. Rather, the inability of manufacturers to build cars fast enough due to supply chain problems means low stocks and rising prices.
The 2023 Maserati MC20 Cielo Spyder gets a retractable glass roof that becomes completely opaque from cleaning
Say hello to the 2023 Maserati MC20 Cielo Spyder that comes with a roof that can be retrieved in just 12 seconds, as well as clear and opaque at the tap of a button. The new drop-top month adds 143 pounds (64 kg) to the MC20’s weight (now 3,395 lbs / 1,540 kg), but the performance space remains the same as the fixed-head version with 621 hp (630 PS) and 538 lb-ft (730 Nm). From the 3.0-liter bi-turbo V6.
The 2023 Honda CR-V has been teased ahead of its summer debut for North America
Looking at the recent Chinese version of the new CR-V from Honda, the latest teaser of the North American car makes it clear that the two will be identical – close any trim differences. This means HR-V-style headlights, a larger grille and tweaked taillights for a more mature look overall, just like the recent Civic. Soon after the release of a summer, autumn sales will begin.
ORA Ballet Cats have a ‘warm man mode’ for that time of the month
While the rest of the world is trying to get rid of the shackles of sex that look down on female drivers, it seems like not everyone got the memo. In fact, in the ORA ballet, the cat could shoot for the title “the sexiest car ever made.” The “warm man mode”, which is designed for women to use during menstruation, is quite problematic. It simply goes bad with a dedicated make-up box, a selfie camera and a “lady driving mode” that uses adaptive cruise control, voice-controlled parking and voice-controlled reverse, among other features to make driving easier.
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Powered by: 2022 Kia Sportage GT-Line 2.0 Diesel will take off your socks
After spending two weeks behind the 2022 Kia Sportage GT-Line 2.0 diesel wheel and more than 5,300 km (3,300 miles), we are pretty impressed. It is true that appearance is not for everyone, but the interior is a well thought out place. Sportage may even be able to perform some light off-roading duties. Read our full review for all the details!
ALPINA’s Facelifted 3-Series and BMW’s 50 Year Edition M3 Sedan and M4 Coupe Special
For BMW fans, it was a busy day. Just a week after announcing the Facelifted 3-Series range, the latest versions of the Alpina equivalent were also released. Meanwhile, the celebration of the 50th anniversary of M GmbH will see the return of some classic colors, thanks to the North American-exclusive 2023 BMW M3 version 50 Jahre BMW M. These include the Cinnabar Red found on the E30 M3, the E36 M3 from Techno Violet, and the Deep Interlagos Blue from the E46 M3. The rest of the world will be treated to the BMW M4 50 Jahre Edition, which includes Carbon Black, Macau Blue, Brands Hatch Gray, Emola Red and San Marino Blue. China has got two special colors of its own for the M4, including Fire Orange and Stratus Gray to celebrate the Year of the Tiger.
Break-checking Florida police almost killed a motorcyclist in Florida
Brake checking is a phenomenon that is, and always will be, dangerous, stupid, and usually you are asking the problem. This is probably the last thing you would expect from a law officer. And yet, a policeman did just that on an unmarked Florida Highway Patrol Dodge Charger. Worst of all, the sudden stop was performed on a motorcycle, the rider of which could be seriously injured or killed. Although the biker was not at fault, did it justify police action?
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Australian number plates set new sales record
The number plate ‘VIC14’ has set a new public record for a Victorian Heritage Plate, which sold for a total of $ 2,384,025.
Two serious bidders fought it out, one eventually taking out দাবি 2,270,500 and an additional $ 113,000 to claim the plate at the buyer’s premium. pic.twitter.com/CHJQxWmXDQ
– 10 News First Melbourne (@ 10 News First Melbourne) May 25, 2022
The Australian number plate “VIC14” sold for AU 2,384,025 (US $ 1,700,000 at current exchange rates) at an auction. Two-digit heritage plates are known to be extremely rare, this sale has set a new record for Victoria.
Get more extensions of F1 driver’s jewelry rules
Lewis Hamilton can still race with his jewelry intact. Big problem for the Mercedes star: Rough and tumble track at the Monaco Grand Prix: “It looks like the balls in my eyes are coming out of their sockets."
By Jeromepugmayar https://t.co/g99jKOg96q
– AP Sports (@AP_Sports) May 27, 2022
Drivers have been given more extensions in the FIA’s clampdown on jewelry worn during the race. In particular, this means that seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton will be allowed to race on the Monaco circuit this weekend.