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  • Henrik Fisker teases upcoming EV’s “butterfly” doors

    Henrik Fisker teases upcoming EV’s “butterfly” doors

    Well, damn. Henrik Fisker just took to Twitter and gave a lesson on teasing upcoming products. According to his tweet, the upcoming reborn Fisker EV will have wild butterfly doors — you know, the type of doors kids will put on their hand-me-down Honda Accords. He says in the tweet the crazy doors are for easier ingress and egress, but really he’s just throwing down with Elon Musk… Read More

  • 5 supercar secrets starring the 2017 McLaren 570GT

    5 supercar secrets starring the 2017 McLaren 570GT

    Supercars are called super for a reason: these are not everyday sedans. They’re more powerful, more strikingly designed, and more expensive than the cars we usually drive to work. But there are some things you probably don’t know about supercars. I’ll use the 2017 McLaren 570GT to illustrate. You can’t just get in and out. Here’s how to enter and exit a supercar… Read More

  • Audi axed its electric supercar, per report

    Audi axed its electric supercar, per report

    The Audi R8 e-tron is dead if a report from Car and Driver is to be believed. The production version of the car was unveiled at the 2015 Geneva Auto Show and apparently Audi produced fewer than 100 vehicles — which sported a $1.1 million window sticker each. When announced, the e-tron seemed like a key part of Audi’s future. Built in the same vein as the R8, the e-tron sat on top… Read More

  • EV Mini Sport: Mini Electric Sports Car From Japan (Video)

    EV Mini Sport: Mini Electric Sports Car From Japan (Video)

    It’s not a Tesla, but Japan-based Tajima Motor Corporation has developed a zero-emission (and pretty cool-looking) mini sports car. The so-called EV Mini Sport [JP] has been publicly showcased first in 2010, and will go on sale in Japan and abroad “soon” (according to the company’s website). The car weighs just 280kg and is 2.49 m long, 1.29 m wide, and 1.09 m high. It… Read More