The First Rolls Royce EV Comes With Futuristic Suspension

A photo of a camouflage Rolls Royce Spectre driving on a highway.

The Rolls Royce Spectre is the firm’s first EV.
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Like every other car maker, Rolls-Royce is going electric. By 2030, the firm says it’ll be a fully electric car maker, and is now preparing to launch its first EV. Coming next year, the Spectre is now undergoing an impressive array of tests to put the

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The short happy life of Car Thing, what’s next for Spotify?

Spotify Car Thing
Spotify Car Thing
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Spotify introduced Car Thing to the world earlier in February. It launched at an $89.99 price tag in the US, and it promised to provide more control and freedom than using your smartphone while driving. The idea was good; it was fairly inexpensive, yet it failed to take off, and it’s now getting discontinued.

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Students Build a Car That Removes Carbon From the Air as It

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Every few years, students at Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands develop some kind of amazing technology for cars. This year, the students didn’t want to just go green; in the words of Ruby Rhod, they wanted to go super green. They came up with the Zem, an EV that actually captures carbon as it travels.

The Zem

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Car 101: Things that are ruining your car’s battery life

That tick-tick-tick of a dead battery is the last thing anyone wants to hear when they’re late.

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That tick-tick-tick of a dead battery is the last thing anyone wants to hear when they’re late.

A flat car battery is a quick way to ruin your day, and winter introduces more ways for your battery to drain.

Here are a few things to keep in mind when it comes to your vehicle’s battery health.

Cold weather

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How many miles should a used car have?

(iSeeCars) – When it comes to car buying, you want your new-to-you used car to give you thousands or tens of thousands of miles of trouble-free transportation. And common sense seems to suggest that the fewer miles a used car has, the longer it will faithfully serve you. But with used car prices at record highs, a higher mileage car

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How many miles should a used car have? | SiouxlandProud |

(iSeeCars) – When it comes to car buying, you want your new-to-you used car to give you thousands or tens of thousands of miles of trouble-free transportation. And common sense seems to suggest that the fewer miles a used car has, the longer it will faithfully serve you. But with used car prices at record highs, a higher mileage car

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How many miles should a used car have? | WIVT

(iSeeCars) – When it comes to car buying, you want your new-to-you used car to give you thousands or tens of thousands of miles of trouble-free transportation. And common sense seems to suggest that the fewer miles a used car has, the longer it will faithfully serve you. But with used car prices at record highs, a higher mileage car

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A Rolls-Royce Phantom Isn’t a Car, It’s a Lifestyle

“Phantoms exist in a completely rarified atmosphere,” regaled Rolls-Royce’s now-ex Director of Global Communications, Richard Carter, to the luxury lifestyle journalists and gurus in the five-star Maybourne Riviera Hotel in Monaco – a fitting backdrop to test the new Rolls-Royce Phantom VIII. But as Hypbeast was soon to find out, really guests weren’t here to “drive” the Phantom, because being

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