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The Fiat Abarth 500 has one strange history. With its incredibly small 4 cylinder turbo, its peculiar exhaust note, and short appearance is not thought to be one of extreme performance any time soon. However this one has a larger turbo on it with every suspension modification you could possibly imagine. With its constant turbo sound and feeling like a literal go kart I had no idea what I was in for driving this thing in the mountains. It’s been years since I’ve driven this car, so has my opinion changed? Let’s go for a drive and find out. Thanks for watching and new uploads every Tuesday,Thursday, and Saturday!
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This is the Peugeot e-208! It’s almost identical to the recently released 208, only unlike the regular small hatchback, it’s all-electric! Hiding within the e-208 you’ll find a 50kWh battery pack and a 126hp electric motor, and you can expect to achieve a range of around 217 miles in it. As for the price? Well, it doesn’t come cheap, starting at around £29,000 – and that’s after UK buyers receive a £3,000 government grant for buying electric! So does this new player have what it takes to beat already established EVs such as the Nissan Leaf or Renault Zoe? Join Mat for this review to find out!

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The Jaguar XE has always stood out in its class for its looks and the way it drives, but it was lagging a bit behind its German rivals on the comfort and luxury fronts. With the facelift introduced in December 2019, however, that’s been given an improvement. Saumil Shah drives it on Indian roads to tell you what’s changed and how it stacks up.

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At $19 million, this is the most expensive new car ever made! It’s already been sold and there will only ever be one made. The name is La Voiture Noire, inspired after the $40 million Bugatti Type 57 SC Atlantic. Rumour is the former Chairman of Volkswagen Group – Ferdinand Piëch is the proud owner of this car.

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The 2020 Lincoln Corsair is an excellent compact luxury crossover — if you want luxury. Today I’m reviewing the 2020 Lincoln Corsair, and I’m going to show you all the quirks and features of the Corsair. I’m also driving the Corsair to show you what it’s like on the road.


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The Daewoo LeMans is a compact car, first manufactured by Daewoo in South Korea between 1986 and 1994, and between 1994 and 1997 as Daewoo Cielo—a car mechanically identical to the LeMans, differentiated only by its modified styling cues. Like all Daewoos preceding it, the LeMans took its underpinnings from a European Opel design. The second generation LeMans launched in 1994, available as a three- and five-door hatchback and four-door sedan with a 1.5-litre eight-valve or a 1.5-litre 16-valve engine.

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The 2020 Tesla Model Y is a compact electric SUV build from the same foundation at Tesla’s Model 3 sedan. Kelley Blue Book’s Micah Muzio got his hands on a new Model Y and shares his impressions in this review.

Born from the Model 3 the Tesla Model Y is a compact electric SUV with a maximum 316-mile range according to the EPA, and a starting price around $54,000 ($54,190) for the long-range model, including $1,200 in destination charges. The Performance model, like our tester, is $8-grand more. But aren’t 0-60 times of 3.5 seconds worth it? A roughly $40,000 standard Model should arrive sometime in 2021.

Heads up, this particular Model Y is an actual customer car. So, it represents what you might actually buy yourself. Just ignore the fake carbon interior trim…And the probably not legal window tint.
Slip inside and the interior feels incomplete. No gauge cluster. Extreme simplicity. Take that, Scandinavia. The interior is roomier than the Model 3 because the roof is higher. In back the rear seats recline unlike in the Model 3. Boy that’s comfy. Seated behind myself I fit great. The Model Y’s glass roof is cool. But you definitely feel the sun on hot days.

Look slightly right from the driver’s seat and you’ll find critical info on the 15-inch center screen. Looking here rather than here takes some getting used to. But you will adapt quickly. Speaking of the screen, Tesla has done an exemplary job arranging the essential functions. Good thing because, besides the seats, nearly all aspects of the vehicle are controlled through here. Like in the Model 3, the steering wheel controls are used to adjust the mirrors, move the steering wheel, and control the audio system. If that sounds confusing, it is not. Same deal with using the screen to control the vents. It all just works. If Tesla would only include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto this would be my favorite infotainment interface.

Then we have autopilot. It works really well…when it’s working well. Though it can manage the throttle, brakes, steering and make lane changes, autopilot can also get confused, just like human drivers. So, please. No sleeping behind the wheel. I’ll also add that Autotpilot does an unexpectedly amazing job detecting trash cans. Owen Wilson “Wow”. Wing an extra $7,000 at Tesla and you can unlock “Full Self-Driving Capabilities”, enhancing the Y’s skill roster with automatic parking and lane change functions, summon remote vehicle retrieval using Telsa’s app, and automatic on-ramp to off-ramp freeway driving. Again, though it’s labeled “Full Self-Driving”, Teslas do not fully drive themselves. Again, no sleeping behind the wheel.

While we’re in motion I’ll note that the Model Y drives a lot like a Model 3. A low-mounted battery pack means a low center of gravity. Helping the Y trace corners with tenacious competence. And just like the Model 3, the steering feels stable driving in a straight line but has a sporting quick ratio off-center. Small adjustments affect your trajectory in a big way, so drive with precision.

Then there’s the acceleration. If you don’t already know, electric torque can be fun. Let’s see if it’s fun. (hard accel) Yup. Smooth relentless thrust is your reward for driving electric. Bask in its silent intensity.

If you’re motivated, you can drive your Model Y off road. Though the one dirt hill in Long Beach isn’t much of a challenge. For reference, here’s a Toyota Supra going up the same hill. For charging, a standard household outlet is impossibly slow while a 240-volt charger ads roughly 14-miles per hour charged. For fast charging on-the-go Tesla’s vast Supercharging infrastructure is the play.

As for quality issues. Our car’s b-pillar trim doesn’t fit right and neither does this lower bumper trim, the rear door alignment is slightly off, the rear seats are similarly uneven, and there’s a loud rattle coming from the rear somewhere. Among the 3 braking modes I love Hold. You can accelerate and decelerate using just the accelerator in most situations and the Model Y comes to a perfect, buttery smooth stop every time.

And no, Tesla is no longer eligible for federal tax incentives. But there might be state incentives depending on where you live. If you want a pragmatic electric vehicle the Chevy Bolt, Hyundai Kona EV, and Nissan Leaf can all be had for much less but the Model Y’s premium touches and technical strengths put it in another class. As of when this video was made the Mustang Mach E is still a mystery but depending on when you’re watching this it’s probably worth a look. As an alternative you might also consider the Jaguar I-PACE, or hey, how about…the Tesla Model 3. It’s $4,000 cheaper than the Model Y and quite similar. Or maybe spring for a Model X if you need more space and want to dazzle children at daycare.