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Mercedes-Benz E-Class getting tech, visual updates for 2021

Mercedes-Benz E-Class getting tech, visual updates for 2021 https://ift.tt/38o2Fey Mercedes-Benz is preparing to give the fifth-generation E-Class a mid-cycle update that will include visual tweaks, more advanced driver assistance features, and new hybrid technology. The face-lifted sedan could make its public debut during the 2020 Geneva auto show opening its doors to the press on […]

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Autoblog’s 12 favorite wristwatches for gearheads

Autoblog’s 12 favorite wristwatches for gearheads https://ift.tt/2NMBQsw slide-1299841 Image Credit: Manufacturer Affordable watches for car guys Whoa, Christmas is less than two weeks away. If you’re still struggling to find a gift, know that people who like cars also tend to like watches. Instead of the usual spendy Rolex Daytonas and Omega Speedmasters, we’ve limited this […]

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Bridgestone plans to introduce airless tires on commercial vehicles, bicycles

Bridgestone plans to introduce airless tires on commercial vehicles, bicycles https://ift.tt/36otmys Bridgestone wants to become the first tire maker to introduce airless tires on the market by targeting commercial vehicles rather than passenger cars, according to a report from Automotive News. But first, it will launch a smaller and lighter version of them on a […]

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New Subaru concept crossover EV shown in walkaround video

New Subaru concept crossover EV shown in walkaround video https://ift.tt/2NQYIXV Subaru held a technology briefing this week in Tokyo where it announced ambitious sustainability goals, but nearly lost amid the discussion of converting its fleet over to electricity was the unveiling of what appears to be an early concept version of a forthcoming battery-electric crossover. […]

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Formula One auction under way for Australian wildfire relief

Formula One auction under way for Australian wildfire relief https://ift.tt/38wGTW6 LONDON — Formula One, whose 2020 season starts in Melbourne on March 15, has announced an auction to help areas most affected by the Australian bushfires. The sport said in a statement that drivers, teams, partners and the governing body were contributing exclusive items […]

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What are you willing to pay for car technology? Not much, apparently

What are you willing to pay for car technology? Not much, apparently https://ift.tt/2TPjfzQ As OEMs everywhere are frantically developing electric and automated technologies for their vehicles, turns out that the likelihood of a return on their staggering investments is slim. Or so it seems given the results in the 2020 Deloitte Global Automotive Survey, which […]

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