This isn’t an existing car. It uses a 4.6-litre turbocharged Porsche engine with 592bhp and 650lb ft of torque, but otherwise, it’s apparently an entirely bespoke project designed and specified by the Russian government in tandem with Porsche and Bosch. Stick that in your Cadillac truck-based pipe and smoke it, President Trump. The whole thing is rumored to have cost around £85 million to develop, although that cost covers the price of building other body styles, too. There’s said to be a range incoming, from a saloon to an MPV and even an SUV.
суббота, 21 апреля 2018 г.
The new Vladimir Putin's transport to cost more than 100 million: When it comes to choosing the car we are going to drive we might get a bit silly, because well, we all want to drive the best cars. But, what can we expect from a president who buys a car? Check out the entirely bespoke creation that will soon be the primary transport for the most important man in Russia- Vladimir Putin.
пятница, 20 апреля 2018 г.
Porsche's head of powertrain development gets arrested: The German police have arrested the head of powertrain development at Volkswagen's Porschebusiness, Joerg Kerner. The arrest was related to ongoing inquiries into emissions manipulation, a person familiar with the matter said. Police are holding him on remand.
The police are holding him on remand because he is considered a flight risk. The arrest of Joerg Kerner was related to ongoing inquiries into emissions manipulation at Volkswagen, more than two years after the German carmaker admitted cheating on U.S. exhaust tests.
The 2019 Lexus ES previewed ahead Beijing Auto Show: Who else is waiting for the 2018 ? Well, we’ve got only a few more days until the show will be officially open. One of the models we would like to see there is the .
Wells Fargo might pay $1 billion fine for loan abuses: The company which is about to set a record fine of $1 billion imposed by two U.S. regulators for its risk management business is none other than Wells Fargo & Co. Lask week the company got a proposal from U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), to resolve probes into auto insurance and mortgage lending abuses at the third-largest U.S. bank.
Wells has acknowledged that it charged customers for excessive auto insurance, a burdensome expense that caused some to see their cars repossessed after defaulting on loans. Wells Fargo declined to comment on the reported settlement. The bank, still smarting from a prolonged scandal in which bank employees created millions of fake bank accounts in customers' names, found inconsistencies at its auto lending and mortgage in summer 2017, leading to further probes by regulators.