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Day: January 7, 2018

Hardcore Ferrari 488 GTO will appear this year

Hardcore Ferrari 488 GTO will appear this year

News, Rumors
The novelty with the still conventional name Ferrari 488 GTO will follow in the footsteps of special versions 360 Challenge Stradale, 430 Scuderia and 458 Speciale. A more powerful version of the supercar Ferrari 488 with the GTO index will hit the market this year. This is reported by the publication AutoGuide with reference to the database of models Ferrari 2018, submitted for certification by the California Air Resources Board. In the declassified certification table, there is a "488 Special Series Coupe" entry along with the existing 488 GTB, 488 Spider, GTC4Lusso T and California T models. All of them are equipped with the award-winning 3.9-liter V8 twin-turbo and seven-speed dual clutch gearbox . It is expected that the novelty will receive the GTO index, following the exam...
Suzuki introduced special versions of Ignis Adventure and Vitara Kuro

Suzuki introduced special versions of Ignis Adventure and Vitara Kuro

New Cars, News
The novelties are still available in the UK market. The British office of the automobile manufacturer Suzuki announced the release of new special versions of compact crossovers Ignis Adventure and Vitara Kuro. The new Suzuki Ignis Adventure is based on the SZ-T package. The special version was additionally equipped with a rear spoiler, side skirts, front and rear bumper covers, a color grille, side stickers on the body, fog lamps with a color fringing, and a rear-view camera, 16-inch alloy wheels, roof rails and sliding separate rear seats. Customers can choose from four color options: Furent Red, Boost Blue Pearl, Pure White Pearl or Super Black Pearl. The cost of the special version of Ignis Adventure compared to the modification of SZ-T increased by 1000 pounds sterling to 13,...
In Norway the share of electrified vehicles exceeded 50%

In Norway the share of electrified vehicles exceeded 50%

News
According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), if we exclude hybrids, the share of electric vehicles in Norway in 2017 amounted to 39 percent of the total automotive market. Over the past year, the share of hybrids and electric vehicles in the new car market in Norway increased by 12 percent compared to 2016 and amounted to 52 percent. This is reported by the Reuters agency. The main reason for this high demand is due to the generous incentives offered by the Norwegian government to buyers of electrified machines. These preferences include various tax benefits, avoiding many tolls, free parking and recharging services. "For the first time, our petrol and diesel cars occupy a market share below 50 percent. The change in the trend was faster than we thought, and the big car...