Woo-Hoo! 3 More Dodge Challenger And Charger Models Coming

Plus, the Chrysler 300 survives. FCA’s three-year agreement with the Canadian auto workers union Unifor reveals that there are three new variants of the Dodge Charger and Challenger are on the way as part of a $50 million investment into the Brampton Assembly factory. In addition, the site will continue building

Porsche Already Sold More Than 10,000 Taycans

Close to one in ten new Porsches sold is all-electric globally. Porsche reports that its global car sales is improving, and the overall results after nine months is 191,543 – only 5% less than a year ago. Sales of the all-electric Taycan model during that period amounted to 10,944, which is

Nurburgring wants more regular F1 calendar slot | Planet F1

After a successful Eifel Grand Prix, the Nurburgring is aiming to be back on the Formula 1 calendar more regularly. For the first time since 2013, the famous German venue staged an F1 race in 2020 – and one that will go down in the record books for a couple

Get more flexible with F1 calendar – Romain Grosjean | Planet F1

Romain Grosjean has called on Formula 1 to alternate the race calendar each season to offer more variety among the circuits visited. The 2020 campaign has, of course, been hugely different to normal because of the global health pandemic, which meant the schedule has had to be confined exclusively to

VW Group To Rely More On Rail Transport Powered By Green Electricity

Tons of ID.3 are transported using rail. The Volkswagen Group announced that by early 2021 all of its Deutsche Bahn carriage of materials and vehicles within Germany will be powered by green electricity. Deutsche Bahn’s rail transport is already 95% green and reportedly the full switch will lower CO2 emission by

Renault CEO warns more cost-cutting may be needed – paultan.org

Renault CEO Luca de Meo has warned that more cost-cutting measures may have to be implemented in order to turn the company around. This is on top of the 2 billion euros (RM9.86 billion) cost cuts it had already set in motion, which involved laying off 15,000 employees and production

Ram recalling more than 189,000 pickup trucks for faulty floor mats

More than 189,000 2019-2020 Ram 1500 pickups will be recalled for faulty all-weather floor mats that may not clear adjustable gas and brake pedals in those trucks, the automaker announced last week. More than 160,000 trucks in the U.S. are affected by the recall, and additional trucks were sold in

Lando Norris: 'One more lap and I would've had Albon'

Lando Norris thinks that, if the Belgian Grand Prix had lasted one more lap, he would’ve passed Alex Albon and taken P6. After a fairly quiet race, the McLaren driver, sat in P7, began to catch Albon and Esteban Ocon towards the end, with the former struggling with worn out

Mercedes Might Build Even More Compact Cars

And there could be even more small EVs. Mercedes-Benz is busy working on a number of new models. Obviously, the new S-Class is the star of the show but there are also a number of other important products in the pipeline. These include the EQA, the brand’s first compact all-electric

Riders call for more consistent stewarding in MotoGP

Leading riders have called for more consistency from MotoGP stewards following numerous incidents across the Austrian and Styrian Grand Prix weekends. Opinion was split on the pitlane start penalty awarded to Johann Zarco for the Styrian GP after his horror collision with Franco Morbidelli in the Austrian GP the week