Bollinger B1: the coolest electric car you’ve never heard of

Not every electric car needs to be a high-tech speed machine capable of sorting your email, giving you a back rub and making you an espresso, all while hustling down the highway on its own. An electric car can also be a low-maintenance, utilitarian workhorse that would be right at home for example...

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Porsche commits to Formula E, ends LMP1 campaign

Porsche on Friday confirmed plans to enter the Formula E Championship with its own factory-backed team starting in the 2019/2020 season, the electric car racing series' sixth. It means Porsche will be entering Formula E at the same time as Mercedes-Benz, though it will be a year later than...

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Rolls-Royce Phantom sets new standard we’ll never achieve

The newest Rolls-Royce Phantom was unveiled Thursday in London, the eighth-generation of the benchmark ultra-luxury sedan and the most recent iteration since 2003. The new Phantom is the second generation developed under BMW ownership and features an aluminum spaceframe "Architecture of Luxury"...

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Bugatti Chiron: How the fastest car in the world was made

Bugatti isn't in the business of mass producing cars, so it's a big deal when a new vehicle surfaces from the storied French marque. The latest, if you haven't heard, is the Bugatti Chiron, which arrives with 1,480 horsepower and a limited top speed of 261 mph. As you can imagine, quite a bit of...

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Rare 1961 Jaguar E-Type found in pieces to be completely restored

Classic Motor Cars of Bridgnorth plans to undertake quite a challenge, signing on to fully restore a 1961 Jaguar E-Type that was found in pieces. But this isn't your ordinary E-Type. CMC has identified the car as chassis number 875256, which happens to be one of the very first left-hand drive...

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