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What Will Automobiles Be Like In 25 Years?

Most of the changes occurring within the automotive market at present, together with tightened credit markets in a capital-intensive business and elevated authorities involvement are the most recent international challenges. In contrast to enormous 1,000-cc-plus engines on bigger journey bikes, the 790’s parallel-twin is slender and simple to regulate. And typical of KTM, there’s no unnecessary body work or equipment, which keeps weight down. That makes the 790 agile and manageable on tough roads and especially on punishing surfaces like sand and dirt. Plus, there’s excessive-finish tech like traction management and a color sprint. KTM additionally takes endurance testing for its engines to extremes: 48 testers running on dynamometers for a hundred and eighty hours nonstop, they say). We might pay the $1,000 over the usual Journey for the upgraded suspension with larger journey.

The most important of the Neo Retro Cafe” Hondas is a highly stylized magnificence powered by … Read More

Epic Tale Of A Rare 1969 Dodge Super Bee Finally Back Home After 24 Years

In 1977, when Edgar Anderson was just eight years old, his father – also named Edgar – purchased a 1969 Dodge Super Bee that was located in Jamestown, New York, for just $750. Edgar lived in Chicago with his mother, and his father did not live close so he would visit him whenever he could. Eager to pay a visit to his dad, Edgar and his aunt Dana were scooped up in a B5 Blue 1970 Plymouth Satellite driven by Levi, his father’s best friend. One thing Edgar recalls from that ride to his father’s house is that the speedometer needle mainly sat at nearly 100 miles per hour for almost the trip’s entirety.

Once they arrived at his father’s home, the Super Bee was up in the air in the garage as his dad wrenched away under the car. Edgar fondly remembers his dad asking him to hand … Read More

Major car shows have been struggling for years. But, COVID-19 may mean their ultimate demise.

"The auto show was certainly on life support already," said Jeff Schuster, lead auto analyst with consultancy LMC Automotive. "With the rolling cancellation of one show after another, the coronavirus may be speeding up their demise."
“The auto show was certainly on life support already,” said Jeff Schuster, lead auto analyst with consultancy LMC Automotive. “With the rolling cancellation of one show after another, the coronavirus may be speeding up their demise.”

(Photo by Paul Hennessy/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

  • The coronavirus pandemic threatens the future of traditional car shows as attendance dwindles and sponsorship weakens.

  • Car shows face competition as automotive manufacturers turn to the internet and off-site media previews to debut new vehicles.

  • Experts don’t expect traditional car shows to disappear completely but suggested that car shows must innovate if they are to stay relevant.

  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Last week would have been a big week in Motown, the North American International Auto Show opening its doors to the public for the first time since abandoning its traditional winter timetable in January 2019.

The move aimed to revitalize what

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