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Ford Mustang issues stop-sale at Mach-e, recalls 49,000 EVs due to potential power loss
Ford has issued a notice to all dealers to stop selling any new Mustang Mach-Es, while also enforcing a recall for 49,000 vehicles that could lose power. The problem arose due to the DC fast charging and the frequently open paddle event, the potential overheating of the Mustang Mach-E’s high-voltage battery main contactors. Fortunately for both Ford and Mach E owners, the problem seems to be resolved via an OTA update.
The 2023 Subaru Ascent has arrived this fall with a refreshed look and new technology
The 2023 Subaru Ascent will get a facelift with more prominent grille, new LED headlights, an aggressive front bumper, new taillights and updated wheel design. The interior will have a new 11.6-inch portrait-based display and the system will also have Android Auto and Wireless Apple CarPlay.
2023 Ford F-150 Raptor R Tized, listen it is supercharged V8 Roar
– Jim Farley (jimfarley98) June 14, 2022
The 2023 Ford F-150 Raptor R has been teased in the desert with a small clip of truck hooves. In it, we hear the sound of the 5.2-liter Predator V8 as the Ford Ram 1500 prepares to fight the TRX. The engine in the Shelby GT500 Mustang produces 760 hp (567 kW / 771 PS) and 625 lb-ft (846 Nm) of torque, although it can be reused for truck use.
The Spanish mechanic has won a lawsuit against Tesla for selling him a faulty Model 3
Angel Gaitan, a mechanic and self-proclaimed fan of Tesla, has won a lawsuit against the company for selling him a faulty Model 3. In addition to a welding point, his car came with an inconsistent hood, worn windscreen wiper, and problems with interior panels. After missing the return deadline, Tesla Spain offered to weld the car, which Gaitan thought was unacceptable for a new car – so he sued the company. A judge has found Tesla Spain guilty and liable to pay Gaitan € 62,330 (current exchange rate $ 64,984 USD), pending an appeal.
The Polyester 5 prototype will debut at the Speed Goodwood Festival
Polyester 5 dubbed, the new electric four-door GT will make its universal debut in prototype form at the Speed Goodwood Festival. In addition to the Polyester 5 prototype, the Swedish Automaker will have the original concept concept, the recently released O2 Roadstar Concept and Polyester 2, as well as performance-centric Polyester 2 BST version 270 on display.
The 2023 Corvette C8s is a 2,300 price increase
With the news that may make resellers happy, the price of the Chevrolet Corvette will get a big bump for the 2023 model year. People saw it for the first time midenginecorvetteforum (Via CorvetBlogger), effective June 13, 2022, the lineup, coupes and convertibles on each Corvette sting will be subject to the same 2,300 increase. This brings the new entry point to $ 64,200 before the mandatory delivery fee of $ 1,395.
Morgan four-wheelers return to the United States in January 2023 after a 15-year hiatus
Morgan will return to the United States after a 15-year hiatus. This is thanks to the Low Volume Motor Vehicle Manufacturers Act, which would allow low-output replica manufacturers to exempt vehicles from most federal standards. The first of the four-wheelers in North America is the Plus Four, which will be followed by the Plus Six six months later.
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Netflix is creating a real life squid game
It was recently announced that the breakout hit “Squid game“Coming back for a second season, Netflix has revealed that it is bringing the idea to reality.”Squid Game: Challenge.The game show will feature 456 players from around the world fighting for 4.56 million in prizes.
Microsoft has killed Internet Explorer today
– Paul Johansson (ulpauljohanson) June 15, 2022
Once a de facto web browser, Internet Explorer will finally get out of its predicament today. The share of IE usage peaked at 95 percent in 2003 but fell sharply due to the introduction of proud alternatives with faster speeds and better user interfaces. Internet Explorer is succeeded by Microsoft Edge, which has a 9 percent market share.