Alfa Romeo will finally embrace electrification with their next small SUV. Named after a mountain road in the Italian Alps, the Tonale will sit below the Stelvio crossover in Alfa Romeo's line-up when it goes on sale in 2020 and will be available in a plug-in hybrid electric. Audi Facing stiff competition from the all-new BMW 3 series, the facelifted Jaguar XE and the recently refreshed Mercedes C Class, news that Audi has revamped their A4 for 2019 should come as no surprise. The styling has been tweaked inside and out but the look is very familiar. Under the bonnet, six turbocharged engines will be available and all include an 8-volt mild-hybrid system. Available to order from autumn 2019, pricing will be confirmed in the coming weeks. A new Audi A6 allroad quattro, with standard all-wheel drive, adaptive air suspension and increased ground clearance will go on sale here later this year. BMW While looking remarkably similar to the model it replaces, a new 1 series promises a roomier … [Read more...] about From EVs to sports cars… the A-to-Z of cars heading our way
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Staff Reports Pacific Daily News/USA TODAY Network Published 4:07 AM EDT May 14, 2019 Triple J’s Honda Tech Meet will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. May 19 at the Guam International Raceway Park in Yigo. Highlights include event-only specials, Test and Tune Grudge Racing, trophies for show categories, raffle giveaways and limited edition Honda Tech Meet shirts for sale, according to a news release. Photos: Honda Tech Meet 2018 Photos: Smokin' Wheels Stance PH x GU Car Show 2019 There also will be contests, such as the Slam-a-Nathan hotdog eating contest, Donne’ Challenge and a 12 Year Champ — the person who can bring all 12 limited edition Honda Tech Meet events shirts! Honda and Acura Show categories include: Best in Show Fastest Drag Best Stance People’s Choice Award Best Type R Admission is free and open to the public. The event is sponsored by Triple J, Docomo Pacific and Bank of Guam. More in sports Resolution honors All-Island Girls Softball team … [Read more...] about Honda Tech Meet set for May 19
Users of car-sharing apps like Turo can rent their cars, but the renters pay no taxes.That has rental-car companies, airport authorities and local governments saying the apps' users should pay the same taxes and fees that come with traditional rentals.Bills governing the practice have been introduced in more than 30 states.Lobbyists from both sides are now fighting to influence lawmakers to craft legislation favorable to their respective interests.Phoenix - When Chris Williamson was in the market for a new family car, a timely ad and conversations with a co-worker convinced him to try something out of the ordinary. He bought a BMW 3 Series convertible and covers the payments by renting it to strangers on a peer-to-peer car sharing app called Turo. It allows his family of seven to have a nicer car, essentially for free. "It's great to have that little bit of extra income and not have to worry about the car payments," said Williamson, a teacher from the Phoenix area.But his customers and … [Read more...] about Car-sharing apps face a roadblock in state legislatures
Michelle Maltais USA TODAY Published 4:36 PM EDT Apr 26, 2019 Sure, we know that Tesla brought sexy back – its lineup is literally S, 3, X, Y. What is actually "sexy" to me is this car being in reach for more than just the super wealthy with more tens of thousands to spare than I could dream of. I've been more the target for cars like the Honda CR-V and Toyota Corolla. Still, I've long admired Teslas' sleek look, innovation and the complete detachment from L.A.'s $4 gas. But that was definitely from a very disengaged distance, not really daring to aspire to drive let alone own one myself. That changed in December. At the end of 2018, my husband and I got our his-and-hers Model 3s for Christmas, fulfilling his dream to prove me wrong. (When he pitched the idea when the Model 3 was first announced, I told him he was kidding. It wasn't a question.) Initially an experience reserved for the luxury buyer, owning a Tesla is now comparable to a … [Read more...] about Tesla: Could family’s new Model 3s pay for themselves as robotaxis?