April 22, 2024
Land Rover Technology

MY2021 Land Rover Discovery with New Inline-6 Engines

Jaguar Land Rover announced the arrival of the brand new 2021 Discovery some time ago, and recently, it was announced in Australia with some updates concerning engine lineup. This means it will be offered with some powerful inline-6 engines, petrol and diesel, with mild hybrid technology. The price list starts with the entry-level S D300,

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Featured Mercedes

US: 2019 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Gang Receives New Tech and Power

Set to be introduced on the US market this autumn, the high-end 2019 Mercedes-Benz E-Class range is announced to come with plenty of high-tech gizmos and safety features and more power under the hood, thanks to the new upgraded engine suit. Visually, the new E-Class looks quite fresh compared to last year`s model, featuring in

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Gallery: Fourth-Gen Renault Clio Available with New Colors and Engines

The French based Renault carmaker is about to unveil the Clio facelift this summer in France, the model being available from €13,700 in the entry-level version, and €26,200 in the topper Initiale Paris Energy dCi 90 EDC. As we can depict from the massive photo gallery, the 2017 Renault Clio comes with a lot of

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Ferrari’s next California will likely get turbocharged

Last year, Ferrari introduced a facelift to their California. The model received a fairly unsubstantial set of changes. While they boosted the performance, dropped a bit of weight and re-engineered the noise coming out of its exhaust system, just about everybody agrees to it being superficial. This is not something unfamiliar with Ferrari mid cycle

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Jaguar C-X75 production decision in the spotlight

Jaguar is riding the wave, somewhat. Having put a lot of life into what used to be the most lackluster brand of the luxury segment, they’re looking at something that’s one notch above. That top end amazement was to come from something called the Jaguar C-X75. As one of the more interesting concepts of our

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2013 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible drops the cover

Timing is a wonderful thing. It really impresses the ladies on a date, it makes for great business practice and it can make a lot of money. That’s the great side to being good at timing but there’s also a bad side. There’s bumps on the head, unplanned parenthood and costly mistakes all over the

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Auto Shows Peugeot

Peugeot 301 humbly steps into Paris Motor Show

The dust has pretty much settled over the Paris Motor Show stands so we can talks about some of the less expensive and concept-like cars that were there. The Peugeot 301 is a classic example of the situation. It’s far from the RCZ-R sports car and on a different level from the Onyx supercar. Despite

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Auto Shows Fiat

Fiat Panda also gets 4×4 for Paris Motor Show

The Paris Motor Show saw Porsche unveil the four wheel drive version of their 911 Carrera and even BMW had something from the same department. So, if 4×4 is what people want, they’re bound to love this option as it’s one of the cheapest way of getting all wheels driven. It is, of course, the

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2014 Mazda6 unveiled in Russia

News from Russia: Communism is coming back. Well, not really, it never left, but that’s a different discussion altogether. What is important and happening in Russia is that the 2014 Mazda6 was just unveiled at the Moscow Auto Show. The design is almost identical to the Takeri concept. That’s by no means a surprise since

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Audi R8’s 2013 facelift unveiled

Porsche may not be too happy about the introduction of the Audi R8 but the truth is that the Ingolstadt outfit have really hit the nail on the head with it. It’s a supercar, it looks very dramatic and can come with a frighteningly high price tag. On the brighter side, it’s incredibly reliable and

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2013 Ford Mondeo spied in Europe

Though it’s not exactly a surprise, the next generation of the Ford Mondeo was spied in Europe wearing the newly designed skin of the 2013 Fusion. In shifting over from the United States to Europe, the exterior look of the sedan has remained pretty much untouched but the interior and engines haven gone through a

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Spied: Volvo XC40 testing

Volvo, the surviving large part of the Swedish automotive industry, is going strong and just as the company is, so’s the strive to build new better products. The latest of which was spied again, this time on European soil, further feeding the original idea that it will debut in the autumn. Particularly, most rumor makers

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Citroen DS5 pricing comes from the UK

France’s currently most interesting car lineup, the DS from Citroen recently got a little bit larger with the introduction of the DS5 model. Pretty much everything you needed to know about the quirky Citroen DS5 was available and nicely stitched together in incredibly long press releases. In fact, the only thing missing from the equation

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BMW Fisker

Fisker and BMW sign engine supply deal

Fisker’s not the sort of company that comes in second when it comes to just about any aspect except being on time. As part of their no nonsense attitude we’ve just seen them get out of a meeting with Bavaria’s finest. And I’m not talking about the German police here chaps, I mean BMW, the

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2012 Toyota Camry gets a leak unveiling

America’s best selling car (non-pickup) for several years generates so much media and customer interest that it really isn’t something a manufacturer can keep hidden for too long. This general truth was confirmed today as the Canadian Auto Guide magazine released the first images, along with some specs of what the 2012 Toyota Camry is

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Official launch: 2012 Mercedes-Benz M Class

Tired of hearing about the next generation Mercedes-Benz M being spied? Bored of looking at spyshots of it even with AMG pack or in ML63 AMG form? In this case, why not spare yourself the trouble and take a look at what the real 2012 Mercedes-Benz M Class looks like. There couldn’t be a better

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Hyundai’s Alabama plant gets more investments

Lately we’ve been getting a lot of information regarding car makers, but not necessarily of new models or design directions. As Saab fans will clearly know, it’s from the world of financing. Saab’s financing future is a little shaky but others keep investing to the point where it’s actually newsworthy. Another important investment will be

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Mercedes is still thinking about electrifying the S Class

From the outset, there’s plenty of people out there who don’t really like Mercedes as a brand, but as far as their engines are concerned pretty much everybody sees the positive side. After all, who couldn’t enjoy the engine in the Mercedes C63 AMG Performance, the new lineup for the E-Class or the fuel economy

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Mercedes’ CLS may get a smaller brother soon

The three pointed star is pretty proud of how the Mercedes CLS market welcoming and sale figures that they decided to start working on a smaller version of it. The diminutive version of the Mercedes CLS would be seen on the market in 2014 and it could be quite a lot different from its big

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BMW promises turbocharging on all four cylinder engines

The Bavarians aren’t kidding around with turbocharging. Even though BWM refused to have anything to do with it for a very long time, they’ve recently gotten into quite a stride with it. It has gotten to the point where BMW has reported that all of their future inline four cylinder engines will benefit from this

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