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This is your preview of the car Ferrari will campaign for overall victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans next year. The team in Modena hasn’t fought for the overall in France in 50 years, with the 312 PB that finished second. The Italians haven’t won since 1965 with the 250 LM, a run
Like many of its peers and rivals, Indian Motorcycles is releasing custom-inspired models to lure buyers who would normally turn to the aftermarket. It launched a pair of limited-edition baggers for 2022 that feature a head-turning look and a long list of standard equipment. Based on the Challenger and the Chieftain, respectively, the two bikes
Off-roading vehicles are a dime a dozen, but this epic all-terrain mini beast will turn heads. Atlas ATV is a Ukrainian-made off-roading vehicle that can traverse both land and water. If this vehicle looks familiar, it’s probably because it shares the same platform as the Sherp ATV. Unlike the Sherp ATV, Atlas ATV is longer
Spotted by Carscoops, Hyundai’s Indian operation outed the face-lifted Venue before the subcompact crossover debuts in other markets. If we get what India gets, the coming Venue will continue to follow the trail blazed by the Hyundai Palisade. That means giving up a diminutive version of the curvilinear waterfall grille for a diminutive version of
WASHINGTON — Five automakers including Ford Motor Co, Volkswagen AG and Honda Motor Co on Tuesday backed efforts by President Joe Biden’s administration to restore California’s ability to set its own strict tailpipe and zero-emission vehicle standards. Joined by BMW AG and Volvo Cars, the automakers in a court filing backed the U.S. Environmental Protection