Monthly Archives: March 2021

Genesis X Concept

From the official Press Release: The Genesis X Concept is the brand’s fifth concept car, following the New York, GV80, Essentia, and Mint concepts, and epitomizes its new take on sustainable luxury car design. [embedded content] In particular, the new concept car is a high-performance GT that maximizes use of the Two Lines design element…
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WRC hybrid rules make it “credible platform” – Hyundai

Adamo made the comments as it was announced that the South Korean company will be joining M-Sport Ford and Toyota Gazoo Racing in the FIA championship until the end of the 2024 season. The news ends weeks of speculation as to whether Hyundai was committed to the introduction of electrification, despite Adamo telling Autosport this…
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Australia’s Most Iconic Vehicle the 1963 EH Holden

The EH Holden hit the market in 1963, taking Holden into unchartered and exciting territory. Buyers were drawn to the EH’s modern new look. Moving on from the Holden EJ, the EH Holden had clean lines, and sales quickly soared, hitting a quarter of a million by the time production stopped in 1965. Although the…
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WRC hybrid rules safeguards M-Sport’s future

The decision will also protect jobs at M-Sport’s new state-of-the-art facilities at Cockermouth in the UK and ensures that its working ties with Ford’s competition arm, Ford Performance, are strengthened. Since joining forces in 1997, the two brands have been a constant in the series and have gone on to claim over 60 wins, 262…
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