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2030: the end of dealers? Are we to expect the carmageddon?

Added 12 March 2020 by

In Armageddon (a 1998 film), a meteor is approaching Earth, threatening the very existence of all life on our planet. Now a similar danger awaits car manufacturers and dealers. We even know the date of the carmageddon: 2030.

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Continuously variable transmission: the pros and cons

Added 22 January 2020 by

Everyone who switches from a car equipped with a traditional manual transmission to a car with an automatic one immediately notices the difference in the quality of driving. But what do you feel when using CVT? Is it always a positive experience?

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Buying a Car?

The most expensive car accessories

Added 20 November 2018 by

How much do you have to pay for a champagne refrigerator to put in a Rolls-Royce? How much does a timepiece which unlocks an Aston Martin cost? At what price could we buy luxury luggages for a BMW? Today, we invite you to face the real “first world problems”. Let’s see how much the most expensive car accessories cost.

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Will rightsizing effectively replace downsizing?

Added 13 November 2018 by

Rightsizing is the engine development strategy initiated by Mazda and Audi, which is based on matching the cylinder capacity of the drive unit to the size of the vehicle. It’s a response to downsizing, common in the automotive industry, which means construction of smaller, yet more efficient engines, i.e. with increased power and torque parameters.

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