There are no affordable 4x4s except Mahindra Thar in India

The numbers will tell the tale clearly and manufacturers won’t put an iota of money for something that won’t sell. BHPian chatto63 recently shared this with other enthusiasts. Folks, I was just asking why are Indian SUV manufacturers not prioritizing the launch of 4X4 SUVs a tad more luxury-oriented than

Alpine say there is no Formula 1 midfield anymore

Discussing the 2021 pecking order, Alpine director Marcin Budkowski says that he doesn’t expect there to be a clear-cut midfield pack. Last year’s highest-ranking midfield teams endured mixed fortunes in pre-season testing, with McLaren and Alpine looking quick and encountering few issues, while Ferrari and Aston Martin were less convincing.

Ford v Ferrari: Why there needs to be a Le Mans 1966 sequel

The Hollywood blockbuster that brought the story of Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby and Le Mans 1966 to the silver screen was so good that it’s crying out for a sequel, says Charles Bradley. I really enjoyed James Mangold’s retelling of the Ford v Ferrari story, in which Christian Bale utterly

Is There a Future for the Dodge Car Brand at FCA-PSA?

The Dodge brand is a bit of a conundrum, and it doesn’t help that for 2021 it has been reduced to three vehicles: Two aging muscle cars and a large three-row SUV. (The Grand Caravan minivan kinda-sorta lives on—or at least keeps getting stays of execution, but is slated to

Mercedes: 'There will be staff redundancies'

Mercedes F1 boss Toto Wolff has confirmed that although the team are looking at solutions, it’s inevitable that staff will be made redundant. This is all down to the upcoming budget cap which from next year will require teams to slash their spending to $145m per season with only a

UK Study Reveals There Are 55 Electric Cars Per Each On-Street Charging Point

Britain has just 4,453 on-street charging points. A lack of on-street charging facilities could threaten the uptake of electric cars in Britain according to new research. UK-based manufacturer of home charge points Andersen analyzed Zap-Map data to rank the best and worst areas in the country for access to street chargers

UK Study Reveals There Are 55 Electric Cars Per Each On-Street Charging Point

Britain has just 4,453 on-street charging points. A lack of on-street charging facilities could threaten the uptake of electric cars in Britain according to new research. UK-based manufacturer of home charge points Andersen analyzed Zap-Map data to rank the best and worst areas in the country for access to street chargers

There Are Over 80,000 Public Charging Points In The U.S.

The number of places to charge soon should exceed 100,000 and more importantly, there are now more and more DC fast chargers. In late 2019, the number of public charging points in the U.S. exceeded 80,000, which is over an 8-fold improvement within six years. According to PlugShare.com, the growth rate in

There Are Two Types Of Tesla Model Y Rear Ends, But Why?

Only one of them is expected to enter production, right? Last month the Tesla_performance_3 tweeted an interesting thing, presenting two Tesla Model Y rear ends – one with a straight trunk edge and one with a curved trunk edge. “There are two kinds of Model Y prototypes: Straight or Curved

Is there value in crossovers like Hamilton/Rossi?

Is there any value for a Formula 1 team in organising a crossover such as Valentino Rossi and Lewis Hamilton’s? Can Ferrari gain from an early car launch? Gary Anderson answers these questions and more We saw Valentino Rossi in the Mercedes a few days ago. You had some unusual