2023 Pagani C10 to be revealed on 12 September

The previous rendering, allegedly of the C10, appeared on a new and anonymous Instagram account at the beginning of the year, accompanied by a picture of a document allegedly targeted at potential buyers, suggesting the leak came from an early customer presentation. The original pictures have now been taken down, but were widely circulated online.… Continue reading 2023 Pagani C10 to be revealed on 12 September

2022 Ford Expedition Timberline borrows Bronco tech to gain off-road capability

Two new models of Ford’s big Expedition SUV add a more powerful engine for the 2022 model year, and one delivers an off-roading feature borrowed from the hot-selling Bronco. The Expedition Timberline and Stealth Performance models are rolling into dealerships now. Prices start at $69,695 for the off-road-focused Expedition Timberline. The Stealth Performance package emphasizes… Continue reading 2022 Ford Expedition Timberline borrows Bronco tech to gain off-road capability

2023 Integra captures the value and performance that made Acura a hit from the start

AUSTIN, Texas — The 2023 Acura Integra sporty compact hatchback is a delight: attractive, fun to drive and affordable. It’s everything that made Acura a hit when the original Integra helped launch Honda’s luxury brand in 1986. It’s the kind of car Acura should never have stopped building. It could win the brand a new generation… Continue reading 2023 Integra captures the value and performance that made Acura a hit from the start

More car buyers ready to consider EVs, but lack of charging access remains hurdle for some

New electric vehicle offerings, including electric pickups, may be pushing more consumers to seriously consider buying an EV, but a lack of access to charging capabilities is a key reason some shoppers say they aren’t interested, according to a new survey. Almost a quarter (24%) of shoppers surveyed in the J.D. Power 2022 U.S. Electric Vehicle Consideration Study released… Continue reading More car buyers ready to consider EVs, but lack of charging access remains hurdle for some

BMW announces the ‘successful industrialization’ of 3D printing via its IDAM project 

Multinational automotive manufacturer BMW has announced the success of its Industrialisation and Digitalisation of Additive Manufacturing or ‘IDAM’ project.  Launched three years ago, the initiative has seen BMW and its partners establish two digitally-connected automotive 3D printing production lines. One located at material developer GKN Powder Metallurgy’s base in Bonn, and the other in Munich,… Continue reading BMW announces the ‘successful industrialization’ of 3D printing via its IDAM project 

EOS to 3D print race car parts for Sauber Technologies as part of new three-year partnership

Leading 3D printer manufacturer EOS has agreed a three-year technology partnership with Sauber Technologies, a subsidiary of the Sauber Group that runs the Alfa Romeo Formula 1 team. Signed at last weekend’s Spanish F1 Grand Prix, the deal will see the pair 3D print everything from production aids and aerodynamic spoiler designs to end-use race… Continue reading EOS to 3D print race car parts for Sauber Technologies as part of new three-year partnership

It’s hard to believe Google Drive’s just now getting copy / paste shortcuts

Google has announced that it’s adding the ability to use keyboard shortcuts to cut, copy, and paste files in Drive, as long as you’re using Chrome. The feature will use th— okay, hold on just a minute here. Are you really trying to tell me that we couldn’t already do this? Sure enough, when I… Continue reading It’s hard to believe Google Drive’s just now getting copy / paste shortcuts

Judge John Hodgman on Driving Stick

Sarah writes: My husband and I will be traveling to Portugal in a month with our two kids. Renting an automatic-transmission car costs nearly two times the price of a manual! My husband thinks I should learn to drive stick. But is it worth the stress? (Note: My husband is blind, so he can’t do… Continue reading Judge John Hodgman on Driving Stick

Tesla moves to expand Gigafactory Berlin on new 250-acre land

Tesla has started to officially move to expand Gigafactory Berlin on a new 250-acre lot with the submission of the construction plan to the municipality. The automaker has just started production at the factory, and it is still having issues ramping things up, but that’s not stopping the company from already expanding the plant. Tesla… Continue reading Tesla moves to expand Gigafactory Berlin on new 250-acre land