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Road & Track Crowns the Taycan Turbo S With the "Performance EV of the Year" Title

The Porsche Taycan Turbo S has been named Road & Track’s 2024 Performance EV of the Year.
Road & Track states that the Porsche Taycan Turbo S: “is the best evidence to suggest that enthusiasts can still have a place in a battery-only future.” Although the Taycan has a 222-mile range compared to the Tesla Model S 348, Road & Track gushes that they enjoyed every mile of the Taycan Turbo S so much more.

What Happened at the Japanese Grand Prix? Highlights: Ferrari, McLaren, and Aston Martin

This Azure Continental GT Pays Homage to One of the The 2024 Japanese Grand Prix also saw Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz Jr. take the stage, winning third place. The Japanese GP held at Suzuka International Racing Course had an eventful start with a crash between Daniel Ricciardo and Alexander Albon that resulted in a red flag, halting the race for barrier repairs. A gearbox issue forced Zhou Guanyu of Sauber to retire early. Leclerc, on a one-stop strategy, finished behind Sainz due to the effective strategy and pace of the Red Bull and Ferrari drivers.

What Happened at 12 Hours of Sebring - Details About Lamborghini at the Race and Its SC63 Hybrid Racing Car

The Lamborghini SC63’s performance at the 12 Hours of Sebring was nothing short of spectacular. The #63 Lamborghini Iron Lynx squad, comprising Matteo Cairoli, Andrea Caldarelli, and Romain Grosjean, tackled one of the toughest endurance races of the season with prowess, securing a commendable seventh-place finish, 18 laps down, and recording the 10th fastest time.

Rimac Announces Significant Warranty Enhancement for the Nevera's Battery System

Rimac Automobili has recently announced that the Nevera’s battery system warranty will be significantly enhanced. The Croatian-based manufacturer confirmed that the Nevera’s battery system warranty will be extended to an impressive 8 years, accompanied by unlimited mileage. This upgrade is not only applicable to new Nevera owners but also retroactively includes all Neveras that have already been delivered.

Porsche Sugar Land Becomes the First Low-Carbon Concrete Placement in Texas

Porsche Sugar Land emerges as a beacon for the future of sustainable construction becoming the first low carbon concrete placement in the state of Texas. Collaborating with Terra CO2 Technology, indiGO Auto Group integrated Terra’s OPUS Supplementary Cementitious Material (SCM) at Porsche Sugar Land, showcasing a scalable, low carbon alternative for cement production on the premises.