Tesla Inc. has officially decided to stop using ultrasonic sensors on its entire range of electric cars, instead betting it all on video cameras. The sensors will disappear from all newly produced Model 3 and Y vehicles before the end of the year, followed by the Model S and X next year.
The video here has been shot in London and dedicated to Sir Paul McCartney’s ride of choice, the Lamborghini 400 GT 2+2. We are told that the Beatles musician owned the coupe in late 1960s.
The Tegeran-based automaker known as Iran Khodro (IKCO) has wrapped up the production of two sedans, Peugeot 405 and Iran Khodro Samand, after multiple decades of lively sales.
Lamborghini has shared another video dedicated to its own apiary. Inhabited by some 600,000 bees since 2016, the grounds currently yield around 430 kilograms of product per year. But rather than sell it, Lambo distributes the honey among its entire staff when Christmas comes.
Toyota has no intention to expand its current GR lineup, says Yasunori Suezawa, Chief Engineer of the GR 86 project. According to him, sported-up versions of popular cars will continue to appear, but the Camry will not be among them.
Everrati has unveiled an open-top, widebody version of the Porsche 964 running on 507 PS of electric power. According to the tuner, this is the world’s first EV conversion of this particular model.
The seventh generation of the Ford Mustang debuted last month and was shortly followed by two track-only specials. Today, another such special has been announced.