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  • 2018 Electric GT & 1934 Bugatti Type 59

    2018 Electric GT & 1934 Bugatti Type 59

    Autódromo de Sitges-Terramar, an abandoned race track south of Barcelona, has become a canvas for awardwinning Italian artist Johannes Stoetter. The 3D art depicts a 1934 Bugatti Type 59 painted onto the 2km 60 degree banked section of the circuit.

  • 2020 Tesla Model S 2.0

    2020 Tesla Mosel S

    Выглядит словно Мазда 6 текущего поколения на стероидах? Что действительно нового – дизайн – это вряд ли. Просто очередное творение Маска и компании его инженеров (не самых лучших).

  • 2020 Tesla Model S 2.0

    2020 Tesla Mosel S

    Виглядає ніби Мазда 6 поточного покоління на потужних стероїдах? Що дійсно нового - дизайн - це навряд чи. Просто черговий витвір Маска і компанії його інженерів (не найкращих).

  • All new 2020 Tesla Model S 2.0

    2020 Tesla Mosel S

    The Model S reinvents itself. When will she come, the much talked about second generation Tesla flagship? Elon Musk is (still) shrouded in silence. Electric car shows how designer Emre Husmen imagines the future of the luxury electric car. By Rudolf Huber. Photos: Emre Husmen, Tesla.

  • Electric Racing - Electric GT 2019 Tesla Model S P100d

     Electric Racing - Electric GT 2019 Tesla Model S P100d

    An all-electric GT racing car series that will race the Tesla Model S P100d (pictured) in its first season, but will be open to other cars thereafter is planned to start late this year. The series will race in Europe and use massive container-loads full of batteries to run the entire event, when grid power proves insufficient.

  • Luxembourg Police choose Tesla Model S

    Luxembourg Police choose Tesla Model S

    Police the world over have taken to electric vehicles, including London’s own Metropolitan Police who trialled the BMW i3. The latest force to go electric are the Luxembourg Police, who have added two Tesla Model S to their fleet. Key in their decision making was the Model S’ accelerative performance, which should help nab criminals. “Police cannot use a 2CV on the motorway, they need a car that can move fast,” Francois Bausch told state broadcaster RTL.