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Industrial Designer – Automotive

Position Summary We are looking for an Industrial Designer to join our Automotive Interior Design Studio based in Munich. You will work on all detailing within the car, vehicle accessories and push innovation to achieve intuitive solutions that embody the NIO brand. A broad set of skills is essential including research, ideation sketching, 3D modelling, […] Source link

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Toyota introduces the new GT86 Club Series Blue Edition

The Club Series versions of the Toyota GT86 focus on the coupe’s style and performance appeal as a car that’s all about the pure joys of driving. The latest addition to this select group is the new GT86 Blue Edition, offering an exclusive exterior paint finish and the option of a Performance Pack for even sharper handling. The Blue Edition makes a strong street statement with its Electric Blue bodywork and contrasting black styling details, including front grille, rear spoiler…

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News: Daimler’s Freightliner Takes Cover Off Electric Trucks

Aims to Beat Tesla in the Market’s Electric Truck Race Daimler, the world’s biggest truck-maker best known in the U.S. for its Freightliner brand, unveiled two new battery-powered models as it looks to protect its market dominance. One, an all-electric Class 8 big rig called the Freightliner eCascadia, will compete directly with Tesla’s Semi. Daimler shows off two upcoming electric trucks The two electric trucks were revealed during the annual Daimler Trucks Capital Market and Technology Day, held in Portland,…

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Nine Cool Cars from the 2018 McPherson College CARS Club Motoring Festival

You might not think that an obscure car show at a small college in the middle of Kansas would draw in cars and attendees from all across the nation, but that’s what happened as the McPherson College C.A.R.S. club held its 19th annual Motoring Festival. Some 400 cars poured onto McPherson College campus grounds, thus making it the largest show ever held at the school. From the average car enthusiast to the hot-rodder or restoration expert, the show had something…

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This Is Drag Battle

When an angry pack of insanely quick GT-Rs descended on the sleepy rural town of Cootamundra for Australia’s GT-R Challenge, they didn’t roll in alone. Along for the ride was a motley crew made up of various modified makes and models, all hungry to prove their own street status and rip up some tarmac in the process. […] The post This Is Drag Battle appeared first on Speedhunters. Source link

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This 1968 Subaru Sambar Mini-Truck Is Little, Bright, And Really Cool!

Up until about a year ago, I had viewed the little Japanese Kei trucks with a jaundiced eye. They were just little weird things that did not seem to have any guts of any real purpose. Trucks are supposed to be big and rugged. Trucks are supposed to be powerful and unstoppable. Trucks are supposed to be freaking useful! Then I actually got into and drove a Kei truck and was blown away. They are little pack mules, automotive ants…

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Plan for Success

A loud groan from the car trailer’s suspension broke the silence as we winched the old Ford truck aboard. The old pickup was once Ralph’s dream, as thoughts of driving his family around the neighborhood or in the local Fourth of July parade fueled his passion. But, like so many other unfinished projects I’ve bought over the years, Ralph’s dream failed to become reality when a lack of resources and knowledge stalled the project. As years passed, his patience and…

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