It had a 15.1 percent share of the worldwide sports coupe market. The Ford Mustang celebrates its 57th birthday on April 17, and there's good news for the iconic model. It's the world's best-selling sports car for the second straight year and best-selling sports coupe for the sixth year in a row. The Mustang moved 80,577 units globally in 2020. Based on research by the industry analysts at IHS Markit, the pony car held a 15.1 percent share of the worldwide sports coupe market, which was up from 14.8 percent in 2019. Gallery: 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1: First Drive 14 Photos The Mustang proved especially popular in Europe in 2020. The model's sales were up 68.8 percent in Hungary, versus 2019. The numbers in the Netherlands were up 38.5 percent, and Denmark saw a 12.5 percent boost. Of the deliveries, Ford moved 61,090 units of the Mustang in the US, which … [Read more...] about Ford Mustang Crowned Best-Selling Sports Car In The World Again
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Home Four wheelers lekhaka-Athul z By Athul Z Updated: Tuesday, April 13, 2021, 22:54 [IST] The BYD e6 electric MPV has been spotted testing in India. The e6 is an all-electric MPV manufactured by Chinese company BYD. It has been spotted while being tested in Chennai and is the second generation model. The Chinese brand plans to launch several electric vehicles in the Indian market and it seems like the e6 is one of them. It will most likely be launched as a CBU unit. Being CBU, BYD doesn't need to homologate if they plan to import less than 2500 units this year. From the front, BYD e6 looks like a conventional MPV with a pleasant-looking front fascia. The large wrap-around headlamps and perforated front grille look quite contemporary, while the rear-view mirrors hinged from the door make the e6 look more premium. Despite the MPV silhouette, the e6 looks quite muscular and brawny with strong shoulder lines and … [Read more...] about BYD e6 Electric MPV Spotted Testing In Chennai; To Be Launched By The End Of 2021
The roof opens and closes in 19 seconds. The Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible arrives just weeks after the coupe's debut for folks who want to combine the power with open-air motoring. As befitting the British luxury brand, the cabin is opulent, too. Like the coupe, the Continental GT Speed Convertible has a twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter W12 that makes 650 horsepower (485 kilowatts) and 664 pound-feet (900 Newton-meters) of torque. An eight-speed dual-clutch transmission routes the power to an all-wheel-drive system. Gallery: Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible 21 Photos The powertrain gets the droptop to 60 miles per hour (96 kilometers per hour) in 3.6 seconds and a top speed of 208 mph (335 kph). For comparison, this is a tenth of a second slower to 60 mph than the coupe's 3.5 seconds, but the maximum velocity is the same. In addition to the … [Read more...] about Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible Debuts As 650-HP Droptop
It's perfect for the person that doesn't have 60 seconds to phone in a pizza order. There seems to be no stopping the progression of technology in automobiles. The latest feature that will soon grace your infotainment system is a spiffy app from Domino’s Pizza that lets you order up dinner from the comfort of the driver’s seat. As far as critical vehicle functions go, a Domino’s app isn’t exactly high on the list. Then again, any young family with hungry kids screaming in the back might appreciate a quicker solution to sourcing dinner. Domino's Pizza Is On The Move: 1984 Tritan A2 Domino's Pizza Delivery Car Is Up For Sale ⠀ Man Faces Legal Action After Buying Domino’s Pizza Delivery Car The global pizza chain is working with Xevo Inc. to bring the app to vehicle systems. Xevo is a major player when it comes to in-car commerce systems, and like it or not, shopping for a variety of goods and services while jaunting across town is quickly becoming a … [Read more...] about Domino’s Developing In-Car Pizza Ordering App Because Why Not?
James has played an instrumental role in creating and implementing many of the technical systems and processes that have helped make F1 such a global hit – including the establishment of its state-of-the-art broadcast centre. As well as helping ensure the sport remained at the cutting edge of technology and never missed a beat during his near three-decade involvement, he helped see it through a number of particular challenges. One such moment came at the 2019 Japanese Grand Prix when James had to lead the relocation of F1's Media and Technology Centre because of a typhoon threat. Had he failed, the event would have had to be called off. Read Also: The inside story of how F1 kept the Japanese GP on TV One of James' most recent efforts was helping deliver F1's transition to rely on remote operations facilities for its coverage of grands prix weekends. The change was prompted by the coronavirus pandemic, but will now likely become a more permanent solution longer … [Read more...] about F1’s technical director James to leave role next month