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Dodge Viper might be coming back by 2021

Last year Chrysler ceased production of the Dodge Viper and at the time we thought it was done forever, but a new report claims that Chrysler is cooking up a new Dodge Viper. According to a report from Car and Driver, a new Viper is in the works and we could see it as early as next year. Not a lot of details are out there yet, but according to the report the new Dodge Viper will ride on a…

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NMA Driving News Weekly Roundup for May 25, 2018

In this week’s Driving News Roundup: –Trump and Automakers Reaffirm National Mileage Rules— –Prelim Report on Fatal Uber Crash has been released by the NTSB— –Trump weighs new tariffs on imported cars/parts based on national security concerns— –NTSB recommends seat belts on all new school buses– Click on the color headline to read the full story. NMA Driving News Stories of the Week Trump, Auto Officials Re-Affirm Goal of National Mileage Rules California’s top air-quality official held a series of…

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Primer Rods and Classic Trucks at the 2018 Lone Star Round Up!

The 17th annual Lonestar Round Up hit two extremes during its April 7-8 run at the Travis County Expo Center in Austin, Texas. More cars than ever pre-registered, with about 1,000 paying up front for the privilege of being exhibited, said host club Kontinentals chief Steve Wertheimer. And while Friday’s weather was all you could ask for with warm southerly breezes and occasional sun in the mid seventies, a Texas-style Blue Norther blew through for close-to-record cold temperatures all day Saturday.…

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Indian government’s plan of all vehicles running on electric power feasible only by 2050, says Toyota

Toyota is clear that the Indian government’s plan of electrifying all vehicles plying on roads here by 2030 is a target that is not possible to achieve. The automaker feels that the government should focus on encouraging hybrid vehicles instead. Toyota feels that vehicles in India will shift to electric power completely only by 2050, and until then hybrids could be a bridge technology that helps all stakeholders make the shift from petrol/diesel powered vehicles to all-electric vehicles. Presently, Toyota…

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BangShift Top 11: McTag’s Selections From Gateway Classic Cars’ Nashville Shop!

One day a year I get to act like I’m something important and today is that day. Somehow, between teenage stupidity, the military, heroic amounts of alcohol over the years and many, MANY bad decisions later, I’ve managed to make it to 35 years old. And this year, I knew what I wanted to do for my birthday: I wanted to rip a very fat burnout in a Dodge Demon. Since that ain’t happening, I decided to return to Gateway…

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55% of Global New Car Sales Will be EVs by 2040: Report

A new report says that electric car sales are expected to increase massively in the next few years, reaching 55 percent of global new car sales by 2040 and replacing 7 percent of gas and diesel consumption. Sales of electric cars have just managed to top 1.1 million per year, but a new report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance says that they are set to grow to 11 million in 2025 and topping 60 million vehicles, about 55 percent of…

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[SPIED] Is This the Mid-Engine C8 Corvette’s Front Axle Lift System in Action?

Photo Credit: Spiedbilde One of the reported new features of the mid-engine C8 Corvette is a front axle lift system that will have multiple applications for the driver. If you have ever cracked a $3,000 carbon fiber spoiler on a speed bump, curb or other obstruction, this will be of interest to you. Front Axle […] The post [SPIED] Is This the Mid-Engine C8 Corvette’s Front Axle Lift System in Action? appeared first on Corvette: Sales, News & Lifestyle. Source…

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