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5 BMW Motorcycles You Can Likely Afford

5 BMW Motorcycles You Can Likely Afford

The first BMW Motorrad model rolled off the production line in 1923, kicking off decades of new, increasingly sleek motorcycles. Over these decades, BMW has made a strong foothold in the market with high-quality bikes for every kind of enthusiast – be it a sports bike lover, roadster fanatic, an adventure biker, or touring motorcycle aficionado.

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How the F-150 Lightning can “share” its range with other EVs

How the F-150 Lightning can “share” its range with other EVs

Ford's F-Series pickup trucks have been the most popular line of trucks in the U.S. for more than 44 years (via CNBC). Among the F-Series, the F-150 is by far the most popular model, as noted by 24/7 Wall Street). As a result of its popularity, it's no surprise Ford chose the F-150 as a platform for its electric vehicle (EV) efforts, which will go by the moniker of the F-150 Lightning.

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Bollinger has bad news for B1 and B2 EV reservation holders

Bollinger has bad news for B1 and B2 EV reservation holders

Bad news if you wanted one of Bollinger Motors' all-electric B1 SUVs or B2 pickups, with word today that the EV startup is shelving its consumer vehicle roadmap. Announced back in 2017, the Bollinger B1 was to be a marriage of classic Land Rover-inspired styling with a modern electric drivetrain, though - it was later revealed - that matrimony wasn't going to come cheap.

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Liberty Walk has turned the Mitsuoka Orochi into a gorgeous racing machine

Liberty Walk has turned the Mitsuoka Orochi into a gorgeous racing machine

You probably heard of Japanese coachbuilder and automaker Mitsuoka, known for building retro-flavored renditions of modern cars, crossovers, and SUVs. Less than two years ago, Mitsuoka unveiled the Buddy, a modern Toyota RAV4 that resembles an old K5 Chevy Blazer.

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If the Toyota GR Yaris is sacred fruit, this GRMN variant is Eve’s apple

If the Toyota GR Yaris is sacred fruit, this GRMN variant is Eve’s apple

Japanese automaker Toyota started the new year by teasing us with a new GR GT3 concept and a tuned GR Yaris a week before the 2022 Tokyo Auto Salon. What really struck our fancy is the GR Yaris since Toyota refuses to bring its "rally-bred pocket rocket" to Uncle Sam’s willing buyers. And now, Toyota has unveiled the GR Yaris GRMN, a limited-edition and more hardcore version of the brand’s world-beating hot hatch.

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Tesla Cybertruck production reportedly pushed back to early 2023

Tesla Cybertruck production reportedly pushed back to early 2023

The Tesla Cybertruck is radical, to say the least. But despite Tesla CEO Elon Musk's vision to position it as a futuristic and "insane technology bandwagon" (via Twitter), the Cybertruck has barely moved any closer to actually being out of the post-apocalyptic future and teleporting into the present. Since its announcement in 2019, the Cybertruck has been in the news for facing several production delays, and even two years later, the problems don't seem to see any closure.

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Lamborghini broke sales records in 2021 with 8,405 vehicles sold

Lamborghini broke sales records in 2021 with 8,405 vehicles sold

Italian automaker Lamborghini is selling more cars than ever before. It broke its all-time sales record last year and sold 13-percent more vehicles than in 2020, representing 8,405 cars sold worldwide, the most in its 58-year history. The year 2021 was a breakthrough for the raging bull, and the company is setting its sights for future growth in an electrified realm.

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Noble M500 makes smashing debut with its analog charm and turbo V6 engine

Noble M500 makes smashing debut with its analog charm and turbo V6 engine

Low-volume British automaker Noble gave Autocar an exclusive first look into its newest M500 supercar. The concept is a follow-up to the M600 unveiled in 2009, but Noble designed the newest M500 to be less powerful yet more attainable than the former.

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Nuro’s new autonomous vehicle has a safety feature you wouldn’t expect

Nuro’s new autonomous vehicle has a safety feature you wouldn’t expect

Nuro, the car company known for creating autonomous delivery vehicles, has established itself as a budding industry leader in autonomous deliveries (via Reuters). The company develops driverless cars for businesses that need to deliver goods to customers and that want to do so in a sustainable and efficient manner. Nuro's autonomous electric vehicles are currently used by major brands including Kroger, 7-Eleven, and FedEx, among others.

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How long does it take to charge a Tesla?

How long does it take to charge a Tesla?

Teslas are among the most popular electric vehicles (EV) on the market and offer a number of models to choose from (via Car and Driver). The company has also worked to deploy an expansive network of chargers for its customers, recently even opening its Supercharger network to non-Tesla vehicles. Despite the growing popularity of EVs, including Teslas, one of the biggest impediments to greater adoption is range anxiety, the anxiety caused from worrying about whether a charging station will be available and within range.

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Lexus and JAOS turn LX600 into a true off-road hero

Lexus and JAOS turn LX600 into a true off-road hero

Toyota’s luxury arm Lexus and off-road specialist JAOS* have collaborated to create a one-off Lexus LX 600 for the incoming Tokyo Auto Salon (TAS). Christened as the Lexus LX 600 Offroad JAOS version, the working concept has many off-road-ready features and accessories to improve the luxury SUV’s rugged capabilities.

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Ringbrothers 1969 Dodge Charger CAPTIV packs a Hellcat V8

Ringbrothers 1969 Dodge Charger CAPTIV packs a Hellcat V8

When it comes to taking old derelict cars and bringing them back to like-new condition, there are many ways that a car can be restored. For example, some people want to restore classic muscle cars from the 60s to completely stock condition just as they were from the factory. However, some people want to take iconic muscle cars like a 1969 Dodge Charger and combine its classic old-school looks with modern hardware and appointments, something known as a restomod.

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