It seems that scammers are targeting FoMoCo once again as the American automaker issued a statement concerning a ‘phishing’ email claiming that Ford is offering 2010 Fusion Hybrids for $15,000 a piece as part of a special program. “The email sender does not represent Ford and no such program exists. We recommend people receiving the email delete it without opening the attachment,” said Ford in an official statement. For the record, the base sticker price for the new Fusion Hybrid is $27,270.
Ajlani Motors is looking for an investor to put its hypercar, which might be named the Dragon, into production.
Porsche’s offering the 718 Cayman GT4 Sports Cup Edition for a limited period in its home market, starting October 14.
The tiny electric vehicle has three seats and will be available with either a 12 kWh or a 24 kWh battery pack.
The new entry level version of Porsche’s first EV still has two electric motors and does 0-62 mph in 4.0 seconds, but comes with a much more affordable starting price.
According to the report, the German group wants to free up resources for EVs and focus on its VW, Audi and Porsche brands.
The 620R seems to be the most track-focused model in McLaren’s Sports Series range, upstaging even the mighty 600LT.
The tech allows one truck to act as the leader in a convoy and others to follow, react and adapt to its movements.
The Lambo replica is powered by a twin-turbocharged, 5.7-liter Corvette V8 and its bodywork was created by just three cheap 3D printers.
The key in question was first recalled by General Motors in June 2014, yet an employee discovered it was still available as a replacement.
Good thing BMW has no plans whatsoever of building such a thing, because…. well, it just doesn’t make sense.