The spectacular rise of virtual motorsport

Sporting enterprises are searching for new ways to cater to a locked-down world and while most flounder in the virtual realm, motorsport is quite the opposite: no other virtual sport can replicate the real deal for a spectator quite like motorsport.

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Puch G-Class mini-RV trots the globe as a literal Swiss Army camper

Usually "Swiss Army camper" denotes a multifunctional camping vehicle, but the Lorinser Puch 230 GE gives it a more literal meaning. After finishing its Swiss military career, this particular G-Wagen has become a worldly two-person adventure camper.

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HyperPower: The high-density electric motor set to accelerate the hyperloop

Michael Fragomeni is sitting on the threshold of plugging in an electric motor design that, despite modest dimensions, can thrust a hyperloop pod from rest to 155 mph in a fraction of a second.

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Outclass Suzuki off-road micro-camper van explores small spaces

Ever wonder what a Sprinter 4x4 off-road camper van would look like if you shrunk it? It'd look something like this Suzuki Every from Outclass Cars, one of the smallest, most efficiently packaged micro-campers you'll see this year (or any year).

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Lada 4×4 mini-motorhome brings Russian-grade adventure in tiny package

The 3-door Lada 4x4 Bronto may look too small to base a motorhome on, but Russia's Lux Form proves it possible. It turns the 4WD hatchback into a sub-5-m off-road mini-motorhome that sleeps two and includes a kitchen, dinette and bathroom.

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Gesture-operated dashboard tray takes form only when needed

While dashboard-integrated trays are useful for storing items such as sunglasses, they can also add to a sense of in-car clutter. With this in mind, German scientists have created a tray that flattens into the dash when not required.

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Review: 2020 Fiat 500X is better than it looks

When people think of driving in winter weather, they don’t tend to think of Fiat. Yet the 500X has a lot of improvements for the 2020 model year that could change those notions. Snow, ice, and kids came together as we tested the car for ourselves.

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Interview: Mate Rimac, Croatia’s answer to Elon Musk

Mate Rimac is one of the most important single figures in the electric vehicle revolution, and has achieved some truly extraordinary things at the tender age of 32. He spoke with New Atlas over a Skype line in the midst of the COVID-19 lockdown.

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Karma L4 E-Flex Van would make a killer self-driving e-camper van

Karma Automotive's second electrified vehicle platform, the L4 E-Flex Van supports a full-size van with Level 4 autonomy and battery electric drive power. It's for utility vans first and foremost but could lead to a smarter, cleaner camper vans.

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The Audi ABT RS6-R 740 hp Avant: The world’s most practical supercar

The $120,000 Audi RS6 Avant is a station wagon with four-wheel-steering, four-wheel-drive and an eight speed auto transmission. Now ABT is offering a 200 mph 740 hp RS6-R version with a four-year, 100,000-mile warranty for an additional $76,000.

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