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You don’t have to go all the way to Stuttgart, or even to company-owned facilities in Atlanta for restoration of your classic Porsche. To underscore that fact, the 2021 Porsche Classic Restoration Challenge involves 40 dealership service departments across the United States, each restoring a car for the company-sponsored contest. “The entries run the gamut
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The Toyota Prius may have popularized the concept, but hybrid cars existed long before the now-ubiquitous Toyota hatchback. The Owen Magnetic featured on this episode of Jay Leno’s Garage dates to 1916—about 80 years before the Prius launched. It’s important to remember that, at the turn of the 20th century, battery-electric cars were quite common.
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Racing champion Hurley Haywood reflects on his half-century career in some of the world’s greatest Porsches in the latest installment of the Brumos Collection’s “Inside the 59” video series. “Conversations with Hurley Haywood,” which has been posted on Brumos’ social channels, commemorates the 50th anniversary of his first championship, the 1971 IMSA title he earned
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Would you pay a quarter of a million bucks for a vintage but resto-mod Ford Bronco? That’s what Dallas-based Classic Recreations wants for each of the vehicles in its new series of the early model off-roaders. The company, known for producing custom high-performance vehicles, including Shelby continuation cars, has announced a production line to supply
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The S-Class has been the flagship model of the Mercedes-Benz lineup for decades, but in the shift to electric cars it’s about to at least share that top pedestal with the EQS. Last week, the German automaker revealed the interior of the Mercedes-Benz EQS electric sedan and provided new details regarding the car’s design, while
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Rivian plans to launch a nationwide charging network for its R1T electric pickup truck and R1S electric SUV, but the electric car startup is taking a different approach than Tesla and its Supercharger network. Instead of highway rest stops and shopping centers, the Rivian Adventure Network will cluster around mountains and other recreational areas. The
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