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techcrunch.comFrom Ferraris to flying taxis: Q&A with Lilium’s new Head of Product DesignMunich-based Lilium, the super ambitious company developing an electric vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) jet and accompanying “air taxi” service, continues to hire top talent to make its vision a reality. The latest new recruitment is car design veteran Frank Stephenson, who has previously work…
cgasky.comToyota Corolla 2019, Ready For Formula Drift With 1000HPThe new Corolla is modified specially to join the Drifting formula, it has been modified by (Racing Cars Development Section), (Toyota Racing Development). This drifting car has abandoned the basic engine, which is 4 cylinder and 2LT, and borrowed the 4 cylinder, 2.7LT engine from toyota rav4, and provided4
jalopnik.comHow To Tell You Need New TiresLook at almost any new car or SUV on the market today and you’ll find advanced safety features devoted to preventing accidents. Technology has come a long way since the invention of the automobile, but too many folks are neglecting one of that most basic of automotive safety components—the tires.
jalopnik.comInfiniti Is Making An Electric Car Based On The Striking Q Inspiration Concept When we last chatted with you about the Infiniti Q Inspiration concept, we left off with the hope that it would usher in a new era of Infinti production cars. Lord knows Infiniti needs it. And it looks like we’ll be getting some electrified version of it within the next five years.
fastcompany.comAt long last, New York’s Central Park will finally be car-freeOn June 27, Central Park, New York City’s 2.5-mile-long green space, will officially go car-free. Mayor Bill de Blasio announced the news, saying: “This park was not built for automobiles. It was built for people. People walking, people biking–that’s what this park will now be about.” It may seem that this monumental announcement is the … Continue reading “At long last, New York’s Central Park will finally be car-free”
sfgate.comRoyal baby: It's a boy for Kate on England's national dayLONDON (AP) - For Kate, the wait is over. The Duchess of Cambridge gave birth Monday to a healthy baby boy - a third child for Kate and Prince William and fifth in line to the British throne. The couple's Kensington Palace office announced news of the birth around lunchtime, about five hours after the 36-year-old duchess and her husband traveled by car from their Kensington Palace home to the private Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital in central London. The palace said the baby prince was born at 11:01 a.m. (1001 GMT; 6:01 a.m. EDT) and weighed in at eight pounds, seven ounces (3.8 kilograms). Prince William was in attendance, and the palace said mother and child were both doing well.
jalopnik.comVolkswagen Says Its New All-Electric Prototype Racer Is Faster Than An F1 CarVolkswagen wasn’t kidding around when it said it wanted to take on the record for fastest electric car on the annual Pikes Peak International Hill Climb—that was obvious when it showed renderings of its “I.D. R” race car. But now the real car is ready to go, and Volkswagen said it’s faster than a Formula One car.