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Motor Bella comes roaring back after rainy start

Pontiac — Car enthusiasts came out in droves on a sunny Sunday morning at Motor Bella, a clear departure from the rainy start of the auto event last week at the M1 Concourse in Pontiac. 

Folks wandered around the sprawling display, lining up to test drive the newest models and stopping to admire restored vintage cars at the Detroit Auto Dealers Association’s mostly outdoors replacement of its twice-cancelled North American International Auto Show. 

“It’s kind of a mom and son thing,” said Keymari Eddings, 26, who attended with his mother, Karen Eddings-Howell, 49. “We’ve been doing this ever since I was a kid, every year except for the last year.”

Eddings-Howell, a nurse assistant, said her dream car was the Lincoln Aviator she and Eddings were circling. They both love cars, she said, and for them, Motor Bella is a chance to potentially shop but also to just take in

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Automotive Myths Face Scrutiny on ‘Motor Mythbusters’


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(L-R) Bisi Ezerioha, Faye Hadley, and Tory Belleci pose with the Flinstones car.

Automotive hijinks and science are on a collision course thanks to a new show from the MotorTrend Group. “Motor Mythbusters” takes on shows and movies from history and tries to determine whether certain things shown on-screen are even remotely possible. The result is a unique experience that addresses important questions, such as “can you improve the speed of a van by chopping the top?”

Co-hosted by “Mythbusters” alumnus Tory Belleci, mechanic Faye Hadley from MotorTrend’s “All Girls Garage,” and engineer and professional race car driver Bisi Ezerioha, “Motor Mythbusters” combines years of real-world experience in garages and shops with “lively curiosity” and old-school trial-and-error.

During the first season, the hosts focus on using urine in a radiator, improving the aerodynamics of a bulky van, whether “The Flinstones” car could work in

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Toyota Motor, Daimler, CNH Industrial and XPeng

For Immediate Release

Chicago, IL – July 16, 2021 – Today, Zacks Equity Research discusses Foreign Autos including Toyota Motor Corporation TM, Daimler AG DDAIF, CNH Industrial N.V. CNHI and XPeng Inc. XPEV.

Link: https://www.zacks.com/commentary/1761895/4-foreign-auto-stocks-braving-multiple-industry-headwinds

The prospects of Zacks Automotive – Foreign industry look bleak as the market is reeling under semiconductor supply shortfall. Various auto biggies across the globe are battling chip deficit, which is hindering their business operations and forcing them to idle production lines. Rising infections of delta variant in various key markets are adding to the woes.

Meanwhile, the electric vehicle (EV) market is growing prolifically, with advanced technology being leveraged more than ever before. Industry participants like Toyota MotorDaimlerCNH Industrial and XPeng are poised to fend off broader headwinds and witness long-term benefits amid rising EV popularity.

About the Industry

Companies in the Zacks Automotive – Foreign industry are involved in

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Motor Autos

Cars have come to be called “drivable computers.” Countless LAN-connected MCUs acquire information from actuators and sensors, and perform optimal processing to create earth-friendly cars. The present takes its name from a dystopic Academy Award-nominated 1963 animated quick film, Automania 2000, which options within the exhibit. Created by husband-and-wife group John Halas and Joy Batchelor (famed for their adaptation of George Orwell’s Animal Farm), it presages a future by which increasingly grandiose automobiles overrun civilization. It additionally spotlights less identified work, like automotive upholstery samples woven by Anni Albers and designs for a folding metal car seat by Lilly Reich, each outstanding Thirties Bauhaus designers. When you buy used automobiles from Enterprise Car Sales, you get our 7-day buyback, so should you change your mind, we’ll buy a car again with no questions asked. Compare used cars for sale by owner to our used car dealerships.

Manufacturers funneled their assets … Read More