New car sales reach 145,000 in June as dealers reopen

New car registrations were down 34.9 per cent year-on-year in June 2020, with showrooms having reopened to customers A total of 145,377 new cars were registered in the UK in June 2020 – down 34.9 per cent year-on-year – with dealers having reopened their doors to customers. The UK’s coronavirus

Lexus UX 200 – where in Malaysia's premium SUV market does it stand? We compare size, specs, price –

It seems rather long ago no thanks to Covid-19 and the resulting movement control order (MCO), but the Lexus UX was officially launched in March, which is just four months ago. That it felt so long ago could be because most of that quarter year had nothing going on in

Tesla Is Leading The Charge In A Battery Revolution

If you were looking to nominate a technology as the most influential of the early 21st century, batteries would be a logical choice. This article comes to us courtesy of EVANNEX, which makes and sells aftermarket Tesla accessories. The opinions expressed therein are not necessarily our own at InsideEVs, nor have

NHAI suffers data loss in cyberattack

According to a media report, all the data on National Highways Authority of India’s (NHAI) servers was lost after last week’s ransomware attack. There could be various reasons that lead to the breach. It is said that weak cybersecurity infrastructure, lax monitoring and outdated legacy software were some of them.

Porsche Taycan Sales In U.S. See Notable Improvement In Q2 2020

The all-electric model now accounts for one in every 15 new Porsche models. Despite the COVID-19-related lockdown, which slowed down Porsche Taycan deliveries, the results are relatively good. Porsche delivered a total of 12,192 new cars, which is down 20% year-over-year, but overall demand for the reportedly rebounded since April.

In Q2, Chevrolet Bolt EV Sales In U.S. Decreased By 37%

Besides the COVID-19 lockdown, Chevrolet Bolt EV was no longer eligible for the federal tax credit. After the quite successful first quarter of this year, Chevrolet Bolt EV sales decreased in Q2 by 37% year-over-year to 2,498. The decline was slightly higher than in the case of the overall Chevrolet

Street Outlaws: Race Night in America Brings the Best No Prep Racing Teams Together

Drag racing fans can get their fix as they watch teams from across the country compete for a $100,000 prize. We’ve covered drag racing in all its forms over the years, and the perennial fan favorite is what can generally be called street-car racing: registered and road-legal cars that pull

Smith to race in S5000 due to Eurocup delay

Tommy Smith will contest the opening three rounds of the 2020 S5000 Australian Drivers’ Championship as he waits to see whether he can return to Europe later this year. Smith, who is related to Supercars driver Jack, was set to compete in the Formula Renault Eurocup this season with JD

Tesla Might Break Even In Q2: Musk Calls For All Hands On-Board

“Breaking even is looking super tight.” According to Reuters, the second quarter of 2020 may not be totally lost for Tesla, as the company is close to breaking even in Q2, despite the fact that its main plant in Fremont, California was closed between March 23 and May 13 (more

Supercars locks in Winton format

Supercars has locked in a three-race format for next month’s Winton Supersprint. The two-day, triple-sprint format that will debut in Sydney this weekend has been retained for the third round of the season, however there are some minor tweaks. The three races will be held over 35 laps, a distance