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Video: 2020 Ford Shelby GT500 debuts in Detroit Auto Show

Video: 2020 Ford Shelby GT500 debuts in Detroit Auto Show

Ford recently launched the 2020 Shelby GT500 at this year’s Detroit Auto Show. The numbers are not out yet, but the 5.2-litre V8 supercharged engine is said to produce over 700 hp. This should be enough to propel the GT500 from a speed of 0-100 kph easily in less than 4 seconds. It is mated to a 7-speed dual clutch automatic transmission. There will be no manual option. 

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2019 Ram HD debuts in Detroit Auto Show

2019 Ram HD debuts in Detroit Auto Show

Ram has revealed the 2019 Heavy Duty version pickup truck at this year’s Detroit Auto Show. The most powerful engine in the HD model, the 6.7-litre inline-6 cylinder turbocharged diesel Cummins engine produces 400 hp and 1356 Nm of torque. Towing capacity is said to be almost 16,000 kg and has a payload capacity of 3484 kg. The engine is mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission.

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Rivian R1T electric truck and R1S SUV promise supercar performance

Rivian R1T electric truck and R1S SUV promise supercar performance

As the automotive market evolves around electric vehicles and other green fuels, we have witnessed the growth of many new companies, with one, in particular, hogging all the attention. And now, there’s a new one called Rivian and they’re here with quite a bang. They arrived at the 2018 Los Angeles Motor Show in style with their all-electric R1T pickup truck and the R1S SUV. The trait that they both share? Supercar performance.

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2020 Genesis G90 gets an extensive facelift

2020 Genesis G90 gets an extensive facelift

The Genesis G90 is a car that has come a long way since the time it started out its life as the Hyundai Centennial. The 2020 G90 gets a slight refresh to finally give it a face that’s uniquely recognisable, although not necessarily attractive to everyone.

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Long-term update: Our SRT gets ceramic paint protection and wheel protectors

Long-term update: Our SRT gets ceramic paint protection and wheel protectors

Our cars are parked on the street. As much as people like to baby their cars, some of us truly have no time to fiddle with microfibre cloths or doddle around at manual car washes. So we do what the majority of people do — get a dude to clean it. These dudes use dirty cloths and muddy waters, but there’s not much you can do about it unless you like sitting and supervising these things. Regular paint protection loses its shine in months and barely lasts a year, as per our experience. So we decided to try out the new-fangled “nano-ceramic”

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