Good morning and welcome to our daily digest of automotive news from around the globe, starting with…
A sudden drop in demand for gasoline in the early stages of the pandemic, an aging workforce and drivers who simply don’t want to deal with the new safety protocols are factors being blamed for a driver shortage that could impact fuel deliveries.
The 1973 hp Evija is in the final stages of development ahead of a launch later this year, but this video from Lotus gives us a taste of what to expect from the British hypercar that’s claimed to accelerate from 0-186mph in 9 seconds.
We’ve spotted the luxury Korean EV testing several times and now reports out of its homeland suggest it could be unveiled as early as June. The GV60 will use the same EGMP platform and 800v charging technology as the Ioniq 5 and Kia EV6.
Tamiya has teamed up with the people behind the Baby Bugatti Type 35 to create an 8/10th scale version of one of its most popular 1980s R/C kits.
Porsche North America’s CEO Says Company’s Biggest Benchmark Is Now Apple
Kjell Gruner thinks Porsche’s next priority is creating infotainment systems that switch on and are ready to use immediately, just like a smartphone.
Volkswagen has given the ID.4 electric SUV a 91 hp power boost and resurrected an old badge for its sportiest ID model yet. The bi-motor GTX can sprint from zero to 62mph more than 2 seconds faster than the single-motor ID.4.
Aston Martin has unveiled a special variant of the forthcoming V12 Speedster that pays tribute to the DBR1 that claimed victory at the Nurburgring and Le Mans in the late 1950s.
What Else Is Making The News
Bang & Olufsen’s Beolab 28 Wireless Speakers Cost $14,750
Bang & Olufson’s latest wireless speakers are as beautiful, well built and expensive as you expect anything from the Danish hi-fi experts to be. But, as Engadget points out, they’re almost affordable next to the Beolab 50, which starts at $40k…
Isn’t it annoying when all your parking meter change falls out of your pocket into the abyss between the seat and transmission tunnel? You wouldn’t have to worry about it with this 8-inch, £10k British coin – though getting it in the meter slot might be a problem.