2022 Kia K9 Similar to Hyundai Genesis Killer

Kia’s latest flagship model, the KIA K9, is about to undergo a facelift, and its interior is becoming more and more luxurious so that it can be compared with the luxurious Genesis brand internally. Like Genesis, Kia is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hyundai Motor, South…

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General Motors, Lockheed Martin develops a new lunar rover for NASA

Lockheed Martin and General Motors are cooperating to develop the next generation of lunar rovers for transporting astronauts on the surface of the moon, fundamentally developing and expanding humanity's deep space exploration footprint. These rovers will travel farther than Apollo General Motors. Provide battery power technology and propulsion systems.  The next generation of Mars rover will be able to better cope with rugged terrain. NASA's Artemis program is sending humans back to the moon, where they will use various rover exploration and scientific experiments.…

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The Mahindra Thar 5-door SUV is confirmed; it will start between 2023 and 2025

Mahindra and Mahindra have finally confirmed that they will launch a new generation of Thar 5-door version in India. Although there have been signs that the extended version is under development, the company has never officially confirmed it—until now. Earlier today, at an online press…

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In 2021 Kia Carnival, received a 5-star rating from the Australia NCAP chapter

The fourth-generation Kia Carnival minivan just received a five-star safety rating in Australia's latest round of NCAP crash tests. The MPV scores were particularly high in the adult occupant protection and child protection categories. The safety level is valid on all available powertrain variants and…

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The first Lamborghini EV will be launched as a two-door GT in 2030

Lamborghini bosses approved an expansion plan to be used on the production line of the fourth long-distance model of the company's first battery-electric model. The model will be in the form of a two-door, four-seater luxury station wagon. Owner Stephen Wynn Stephan Winkelmann confirmed that…

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