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Elon Musk angry after removing Tesla from S&P 500’s top duo-gooder investment
The S&P 500 ESG (Environment, Social, and Governance) index has made a clear omission this year: Tesla. Presumably, this did not affect Elon Musk, who took over Twitter To express his annoyance over the matter. Margaret Dorn, senior director of S&P Dow Jones and head of the ESG index, justified the move, saying the company could not just take the company’s word that it was taking steps to improve the world.
The 2023 BMW M4 CSL is a track-inspired, carbon-fiber rocket ship starting at $ 139,900
It was a busy week for BMW, starting with: the release of the limited-edition 2023 M4 CSL. CSL continues the theme set by its two predecessors, the E9 3.0 CSL and the E46 M3 CSL, shaving 240 pounds (109 kg) over a standard car. There is also a healthy bump at 40 hp (41 PS / 30 kW) for 543 hp (550 PS / 411 kW) and 479 lb-ft (649 Nm) torque output. The title weight-saving material includes a carbon-fiber roof, hood, and trunk lid. But there are several more areas where the M section has found ways to cut fat, including pushing the rear seats, fitting a titanium exhaust and even combining the grille, rear lighting and climate control. The 2023 M4 CSL also has the distinction of being the fastest BMW M production vehicle to carry N নrburg.
Mercedes Vision AMG Concept Preview Porsche Tycoon Electric Sedan Rival Coming In 2025
On the other side of the German luxury car war, Mercedes is equally putting us on our toes. The new Vision AMG previews a completely new electric sedan concept that is expected to battle the likes of the Porsche Tycoon when launched. Although it shares visual similarities with the Vision EQXX, a production version will probably prefer lower power over slipperiness.
The 2023 BMW 3-Series Facelift proves that beautiful looking beavers can exist today
Go back to BMW and the new 2023 BMW 3-Series was launched this week, bringing with it a subtle look. And by subtle, we mean squint, or you’ll miss it. The lights are now thinner and less dim, the daytime running lights have an “inverted L” shape, and the grille has a tweaked contour and a double bar. In addition to the new wheel designs and colors, the most significant changes are found inside. The interior is compatible with the rest of BMW’s latest models, including the iDrive 8 and the curved display, while all US-Market 3-Series will now be built in Mexico. However, those looking for a more practical (and more stylish) version of the 3-Series will be out of luck: the Turing model is sadly not destined for the United States.
Shows the face of the new 2023 Lexus RX, debuting June 1st
Lexus will unveil the new generation RX on June 1, with the promise that the upmarket SUV has “gone through a complete renovation.” There was a teaser image with the launch date, which gave us a glimpse of the signatures on the sculpted grille and the sharp LED lights. The RX will benefit from Lexus’ new infotainment with a 12.3-inch touchscreen, as seen in the NX and the recently updated UX. The Lexus Safety System + 2.5 ADAS suite will probably be standardized on all variants in line with the automaker’s strategy.
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2023 Ford F-150 Raptor R Receives Shelby GT500’s 5.2L Supercharged Predator V8 according to leaked build sheet
The 2024 Honda Prologue has been teased as the first GM-based electric crossover
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Mercedes launches exclusive Mithos brand as it lowers entry-level range to focus on top-end luxury
Mercedes will shift gears away from entry-level offers and focus more on luxury Creme de la Creme. The brand’s refined product portfolio consists of so-called entry luxury, core luxury and top-end luxury models. At the same time, Mercedes will also launch a high-exclusive line of limited production collectors under the newly announced ‘Mithos’ series, joining the Maybach, AMG, G-Class and EQ sub-brands. Mercedes has also teased four of its upcoming models. These include the Mercedes-Maybach SL, an exclusive SL Speedstar as part of the Mythos series, the upcoming EQE SUV and an anonymous entry-level sedan.
2023 Dodge Hornet: Everything We Know About Tonal Clonal, From Design to Powertrain
While we’re not sure how consumers will react to this, intelligent buyers are finding it difficult to fool around with a simple rebate action that may have flown in the past. However, based on the 2023 Dodge Hornet’s Stalantis Stablemate, Alfa Romeo Tonal, a rebate is exactly what is going to happen. Our hypothetical images show what the new “clonal” will look like, the front fascia charger is reminiscent of the SRT sedan and Durango SUV, and a horizontal light signature to emphasize the width.
$ 143 million Mercedes 300 SLR ‘Uhlenhaut Coupe’ became the most valuable car Ferrari broke the record
A 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR Uhlenhaut Coupe sold broke the record for the most valuable car in the world. Sold by the Mercedes-Benz Classic Collection with the help of RM Sotheby’s, the 300 SLR is one of only two examples in the world. The final sale price broke the previous $ 48.4 million set by the 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO by a staggering $ 94.5 million, with the unnamed buyer (less represented by Simon Kidston) spending 135 million euros or about 2 142.9 million. Mercedes says the money from the sale will go to a charity fund.
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Top song premiere in London
The much-awaited sequel to Top Song, “Top Song: Maverick,” is coming to the big screen after the production problem and the defeat of the Covid epidemic release schedule. However, its London premiere was smooth, with The Cruise and Duchess of Cambridge stars Tom Cruise, Jennifer Connelly and John Ham joining the red carpet.
Aston Martin is accused of copying Red Bull
Red Bull Racing has announced an internal investigation after rival Aston Martin unveiled a comprehensive upgrade package for their car. The problem is that the updated AMR22 racing car bears a striking resemblance to the Red Bull. Aston Martin, then known as Racing Point, also caused a stir in 2020 when they were accused of copying the design of the 2019 Mercedes.