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The Ford F-650 Pickup Is Turned Into a Camper

EarthRoamer has expanded its modal range by representing the new XV-HD high-end camper based on the Ford F-650. The vehicle brings travelling to remote places to a new level. Going there by the XV-HD, you shouldn’t worry about safety and comfort.

The 2016 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Cabriolet Is Partly Removed from the Secret List

The Mercedes S-Class Cabriolet, which is going to be introduced closer to the end of the year and launched in early 2016, is already tested. Some details about the long-awaited auto have been identified and revealed.

Surveys Show People Approve Alt-Fuel Vehicles

Today’s state of environment, which is heavily influenced by such pollutants as hydrocarbons, lead, ozone, carbon monoxide, etc. coming out of cars’ tailpipes, urges us to reconsider our views and incline to a ‘green’ philosophy in order to save nature and ourselves.

Smart Finds a New Way of Long-Distance Travelling

Close cooperation of Smart and Interfleet, a British train engineering company, in the course of hard six months resulted in creation of the Smart Forrail. Although its name speaks for itself, the invention boggles the mind, right?

Rolls-Royce Introduces Its Most Powerful Production Car

Rolls-Royce unveiled a special version of its Wraith coupe that is called the St. James Edition. The car is the brand’s most powerful production auto in history. The St. James Edition is equipped with a 6.6-litre 12-cylinder twin-turbo engine producing 640 hp and 800 lb-ft of torque.

Renault Has the Talisman Now

Renault has unveiled the Talisman that’s going to substitute the Laguna model. The new sedan hasn’t been represented officially yet. Its public presentation will take place at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt in September this year. The Talisman will start to be sold at the end of the year.

Public Hearing On Fiat Chrysler Multiple Recalls

Yesterday, July 1, 2015, federal regulators conducted a public hearing upon a case of nearly two dozen recalls by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles over the past years. The hearing will determine whether the automaker should be imposed a fine. If yes, the company will have to pay hundreds of millions of dollars.

Nissan Recalls Millions of Its Vehicles with Takata Air Bags

Nissan, along with some other automakers, has recalled millions of its autos all over the world due to a defect in air bag inflators made by Takata Corporation. As the Nissan spokesman reported, a Takata air bag inflator caused a fire in a crashed car in Japan.

New Hampshire Has Prohibited Using Handheld Devices at the Wheel

As CBS Boston reports, New Hampshire has finally banned drivers to use any handheld devices at the wheel. Under the ‘usage of handheld devices’, telephone calls, texting, laptop, tablet, and smartphone operating are meant.

More Powerful Nissan Leafs Are Expected

Soon, buyers of the Nissan Leaf will be able to choose a model with battery capacity most appropriate for their life style. The automaker intends to build a Leaf that can go up to 250 miles on a full charge due to a more powerful 30 kW battery.

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