Review: Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 – power meets off-road prowess

We’ve driven our share of muscular off-road machines. From the Ford Raptor to the uber-lush G Wagen and the Ram TRX, it’s all been fun. But wait, there’s more. Now there’s a Jeep Wrangler Rubicon with a 6.4-liter monster under its hood.

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Ford’s vehicles to offer autonomous ride-hailing through Lyft

Back in 2017, Ford made a significant investment in startup Argo, and the pair are now bringing Lyft into the fold in an effort to deploy autonomous ride-hailing on a commercial scale, with the first rides to take place later this year.

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Everrati zaps legendary Ford GT40 with 800 hp of electrification

Two auto companies that keep tradition alive are pooling their talents to make a cutting-edge version of a Le Mans legend. Superperformance and Everrati are collaborating on a "future-proofed" all-electric Ford GT40 continuation car.

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Jeep previews future of all-electric lineup and autonomous off-roading

Jeep intends to throw itself into the electric and autonomous revolutions, molding bleeding-edge technologies into experiences that enhance Jeep life, including fully electric and self-driving Wranglers.

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Lightyear One hits the track for 710-km single-charge test drive

The Lightyear One solar EV validation prototype has taken to the test track, where it was driven for almost nine hours at 85 km/h and clocked up 710 km on a single charge of the 60-kWh battery – with a little help from its solar panels.

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Gaussin’s skateboard for hydrogen trucks promises 500-mile range

Through trials and teasers from big names like Hyundai and Toyota, we are seeing how hydrogen could play a big role in sustainable trucking, and French outfit Gaussin has introduced a versatile skateboard platform it plans on riding into that future.

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Microlino electric microcar moves into pre-series development phase

In development for over five years, and originally due for production in 2019 before a complete redesign put the brakes on that timeline, the third prototype of the Microlino electric bubblecar from Micro Mobility Systems AG has now been completed.

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London startup adds classic Mini to range of electric conversions

Startup London Electric Cars is making use of old Nissan Leaf powertrains to give a new lease of life to a British icon, offering to bring classic Minis into our upcoming all-electric transport future.

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Tesla reveals Model S Plaid capable of 0-60 mph in less than 2 seconds

Tesla revealed the hotly anticipated Plaid variant of its Model S sedan today at its factory in Fremont, California, showcasing a blazing fast version of its four-door sedan that accelerates from 0 to 60 mph (96 km/h) in just 1.99 seconds.

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