Last year it was presented as a study model, this week Nissan let the satin cloth slide off the production version: the new Nissan Z. Indeed: without a number in the name, as was the case with its illustrious predecessors - from 240Z to 370Z - . The new Nissan Z has a six-cylinder engine with two turbos and 400 hp, and it competes with the Toyota GR Supra. Guaranteed to be a success. But only in North America. After all, Europe can whistle for the new Z ... (and that's a flop again).
Motorway power providers - such as Fastned and MisterGreen Fast Charging Network - were not at all happy that several oil companies also had fast charging stations installed at their filling stations. They went to court ... and were proved wrong. Good news for (especially) the private EV driver, because if more suppliers of electricity are added, the price per kilowatt delivered will fall in the long term.
Wealthy car collectors seem to be flocking to the McLaren F1. If one of the 106 units built is put up for sale at an auction, it is bound to set a record price. During the Monterey Car Week (with the concours d'élégance of Pebble Beach as the highlight) it was again hit at auction house Gooding & Co. That brought a unique example under the hammer, with only 390 original kilometers on the clock. Highest bid: over $20 million! Never before has so much money been paid for a McLaren F1. But it's actually a shame that no one has ever been able/wanted to enjoy this car ...
In 2016, Honda launched the long-awaited successor to the legendary NSX. The super sports car was ultramodern, with a complex hybrid system that made the car very fast but also (relatively) economical and clean. Only a selected number of countries were allowed to sell the car. Five years later and we can conclude that the new NSX has failed miserably - the counter is not even at 3000 copies. Honda is licking its wounds with the NSX Type S, a more powerful version of which no more than 350 units are built. After that it's over and closing for the NSX...
Teslas flip when an ambulance or fire truck is around. No fewer than eleven serious accidents have happened in America, in which a Tesla on Autopilot flipped on top of a stationary emergency vehicle. Coincidentally, these accidents all happened at night. The Autopilot may not then 'see' the flashing lights of the ambulance or fire truck. Anyway, the idea that Autopilot is capable of anything needs to be dispelled ASAP. Autopilot is not an autopilot, and must be able to be corrected by the driver at all times.
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