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Showing posts from November 19, 2017

BMW Stops Sales Of i3 And Issues Voluntary Recall Of All Models

Over the weekend, stories surfaced that BMW had ordered a revenue stop on all i3s fashions in the United States and the company was on the verge of recalling of every i3 bought in America because 2014.

The information was initially pronounced by InsideEVs which overrated an image of a non-compliance recall document which counseled i3 vehicles from the 2014-2018 model years were going to be recalled due to their failure to meet frontal impact functionality standards.

We reached out to BMW of North America and Product and technology spokesperson Rebecca Kiehne mentioned : "In a contemporary National toll road visitors protection administration (NHTSA) crash test of the BMW i3 – specially the unbelted small grownup inflexible barrier test (NHTSA’s 5th percentile female) - the driver seat occupant sustained a toilet marginally above the limit."

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Kiehne went on to say "While BMW’s compliance testing …

Aria Unveiling, Mysterious Sports Car On November 30

Aria Group, the company in the back of an incredibly-sexy mid-engine Corvette concept, has just teased its latest car project.

Dubbed the Aria FXE, the vehicle will most fulfilling on November 30th at the LA Auto Show and while no details about the concept are known, this teaser previews what seems to be a very promising design.

Key design standouts are a set of slender LED taillights a brake light at the base of the glass engine canopy and a light blue or silver paint finish. formidable wheel arches and aggressive wing mirrors are additionally visible.

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Now, there are some design similarities to their previous concept from earlier this year, which had Corvette-like features and a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 drivetrain, putting down 650 HP and 650 lb-ft (881 Nm) of torque. however since we might be looking at some thing entirely various it's pretty much impossible to count on what it could do performance-wise.