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Wild coastlines, energizing cities, and a flourishing car culture — Portugal is constantly justified regardless of a visit, yet considerably more so when you arrive in Lisbon and a Land Rover Defender from Cool and Vintage is sitting tight for you… On his visits over the Alpine goes of Europe, Stefan Bogner generally takes his
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Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) tests its first driverless auto on open streets as the carmakers race against each other and tech firms to take advantage of new advancements London: Britain’s greatest automaker, Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), has tried its first driverless auto on open streets, it was said on Friday, as carmakers race against each
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A MECHANIC has con-verted his 1953 Morris Minor to electric. Matthew Quitter ditched the 1098cc engine for a 13  kilowatt power pack. Clean air campaigner Matthew, 41, said he could not ­afford a new £30,000 electric car — so instead forked out £6,000 for the Morris and spent £12,000 converting it. It costs £1 to charge
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Don’t be fooled by the the half-ton Sierra’s gussied-up image—it’ll upend stumps and tow several tons with ease. Like its General Motors sibling (the Chevrolet Silverado 1500), the Sierra is highly capable and endlessly configurable with a host of potent powertrain pairings. The crown jewel is an optional 6.2-liter V-8 making a class-leading 420 horsepower and
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GProgramm, a shop on Long Island in New York, will also build you a perfectly restored six-figure air-cooled Porsche. Ever since the Porsche 911 Reimagined by Singer came along, it’s sat on the top of every air-cooled enthusiast’s wish list. But Singer isn’t the only one you can buy a six-figure restored 911 from. There’s also GProgramm.
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NASCAR racer Dale Earnhardt Jr. got the best retirement present ever Friday afternoon from a track that he considers his “second home.” Talladega Superspeedway gave him the No. 2 Chevrolet Monte Carlo driven by his father for his rookie 1979 Cup Series season and his first championship in 1980.  Of course Dale Jr. immediately took
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For the past two decades a storm has been brewing, creating the perfect conditions for the electric car to kill the internal combustion engine. The car that could end the gas guzzler is the ⇒Tesla Model 3, which I believe will be as important as the Ford Model T in the history of the automobile. Here’s
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Deductive logic may lead to an uncomfortable truth for Land Rover fans around the world. This week, at a press event for the 2018 Land Rover Range Rover Velar, the automaker confirmed that it would offer electrified powertrain variants for its new models beginning with the 2020 model year. That push begins this year with the
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Porsche will start a “subscription service” for customers that could give them access to a number of their sports cars and SUVs, from $2,000 per month. Porsche Passport will start in November in Atlanta, the German company’s North American affiliate announced Tuesday. The automaker calls it a “white-glove” service intended to give users app-driven access
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Driving a car is sometimes worse than having a baby! Not to get us wrong, babies are great and we love them. Go babies! But, the care and the attention that you give to your infant is so hard and demands a lot of effort! So, what do you think? Is it different when it comes
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The “Dieselgate” scandal may have dented Volkswagen sales in the U.S., but demand remains strong for two VW products: classic Beetles and vintage buses. Collectors are pushing up prices of both. A small body shop in Williamsport, Md., has played a part in that. Cooker’s Restoration & Fabrication takes vehicles that look like they’re headed
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WHY IT MATTERS TO YOU American muscle is legendary in the car world, and these 10 cars are the cream of the crop Like food, music, or literature, every country puts its own spin on cars. While European and Japanese firms are known for emphasizing handling, the American approach has traditionally been all about power.
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