Half of the body is finished in carbon fiber. By definition, the Bugatti Veyron is quite rare as only 450 vehicles were assembled at VW Group's Molsheim plant in France between 2005 and 2015. Modified examples are especially few and far between since only a handful of owners dared to make changes to the design pinned by Jozef Kabaň. Controversial tuner Mansory got its hands on a few W16 hypercars, including this example dubbed Linea Vivere. Initially unveiled a little over seven years ago at the Geneva Motor Show, the Veyron customized by the German aftermarket specialist has gone through a second makeover courtesy of West Coast Customs . It now boasts a satin finish while keeping the exposed carbon fiber, but the black panels have been resprayed in one of Audi's most famous and desirable colors – Nardo Gray. Gallery: Bugatti Veyron Linea Vivere Mansory modified by West Coast Customs 26 Photos … [Read more...] about See West Coast Customs Give Rare Bugatti Veyron Mansory An Audi Paint
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Motor1’s Man About Town digs into Tesla’s most recent scandal. The truth cannot be parsed. Half-truths are not true, and even if they are, they are also half-lies, especially if they are used to manipulate the real truth. Such is the case of Tesla Motors and the ongoing saga behind its potential suspension problems and the reaction from its top official, Elon Musk. For those not in the know, last week, a story from The Daily Kaban by Edward Niedermeyer titled “ Tesla Suspension Breakage: It’s Not the Crime, It’s the Coverup ” ripped through the Internet. It had two major claims: 1) There might be a problem with Model S steel ball joints and control arms. One ball was excessively worn for a car with just 70,000 miles on it, and the owner was told that the wear was not normal. 2) The owner was told since the car was no longer under warranty, Tesla would pay for half of the $3,100 repair if he signed a nondisclosure agreement, dubbed a “Goodwill Agreement.” The story goes … [Read more...] about Burgess: Tesla attacks reporter then fixes what reporter exposes
Home Four wheelers oi-Stephen Gershom By Drivespark Bureau Updated: Thursday, April 1, 2021, 19:21 [IST] The Indian government implemented the BS6-emission regulations in India from 1 April 2020. This led to the beginning of a new technological era in the Indian CV segment. Tata Motors - the commercial vehicle market leader, is at the forefront of this shift, bringing in value products designed to increase customer's profitability. The Indian transport industry is currently facing the heat of rising fuel prices, comparatively flatter freight rates, higher prices of BS6 vehicles, and increasing operating costs. These factors have a direct effect on the profitability of CV transporters. Tata Motors Limited understands these to the core and introduces a new product range that reduces the operating and maintenance costs substantially thereby improving customer profitability. The new product range would make transportation … [Read more...] about Tata Motors Introduces New TurboTronn Engines For CV Segment: Har Boond Mein Bachat!