More On Tesla's Potential Entry Into India

Elon Musk has said in the past that the company is “quite likely” to site a future Gigafactory in India. 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 we been paid

Ferrari issues 'more complicated than just tyres'

Carlos Sainz has said it is too simplistic to suggest that Ferrari’s problems this season are purely down to how the team look after the Pirelli tyres. While Ferrari have made a significant step forward in 2021 following their worst finishing position in four decades last season, they still find

More upgrades for McLaren after summer break

McLaren plan to continue upgrading their MCL35M into the second half of the season, according to racing director Andrea Stella. McLaren went to the Hungarian Grand Prix armed with several upgrades to boost their low and medium-speed performance but as it turned out, they did not get the chance to

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As we look to curb the spread of Covid-19, we all need to do our part and stay home. But that does not mean you have to miss out on the BMW ownership experience, as Ingress Auto is now bringing the showroom to you with its Virtual Appointment feature. Yes,

BMW Group More Than Doubled Plug-In Car Sales In Q2 2021

The all-electric car sales almost tripled year-over-year in the first half of the year. The BMW Group reports an outstanding second quarter and first half of 2021 with record global sales volume. Also, the plug-in electric car sales reached new highs. The overall results stand at: BMW: 617,749 (up 43.5%)

Mercedes get more time in the wind tunnel to improve aero package

Mercedes have been declared as one of four teams to be allowed extra time in the wind tunnel to test aerodynamic parts this season. A re-adjustment of time allowances has enabled Mercedes to undertake more wind-tunnel testing for their parts, due to their current position in the Constructors’ Championship. The

Porsche to unveil a more powerful 631 BHP Cayenne Coupe soon

Porsche is working on a more powerful Cayenne Coupe SUV, powered by a twin-turbo V8 producing 631 BHP. Porsche is said to be working on introducing a more powerful variant of its Cayenne Coupe. This new variant is expected to come with a host of mechanical and cosmetic updates, with

Can Lexus RC F Beat The More Powerful AMG C63 S In A Drag Race?

Naturally-aspirated versus turbocharged, but traction’s not a friend. In the realm of V8-powered coupes, the Lexus RC F seems like an underdog against the Mercedes-AMG C63 S. That’s when you look at their spec sheets, with the German boasting a huge power gap advantage with its twin-turbo setup, pushing a

Christian Horner: More than 600 people applied for Red Bull Powertrains

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says he has been impressed with the take-up for roles at the newly-established Red Bull Powertrains division. The new positions have arisen as a result of the imminent departure of Red Bull’s current power unit supplier Honda from Formula 1, with high-profile appointments already

Stefano Domenicali: 'More than 23 races in a season is very unlikely'

Stefano Domenicali has played down the idea of having more than 23 races in a Formula 1 season, despite the newest Concorde Agreement between the teams allowing up to 25 races to take place in a single year. The CEO of Formula 1 was discussing the subject of whether or