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Good way to start the weekend. #porscheIn 2019, the world of motorsports saw something it had rarely seen before; the two toughest endurance events in motor racing took place back-to-back: the 24h... ... See MoreSee Less

 

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If you're not listening to your government, listen to BMW instead. #flattenthecurve 😉

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We’ve made living engineering machines that can handle every curve thrown their way. But the curve ahead is like none we’ve ever seen before. Let’s redefine “keeping a safe distance” and all agree to stay home, stay safe and do what we can to flatten this curve together. Today we drive forward without driving at all. #StaySafe #StayHealthy #FlattenTheCurve
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These images are the new normal at Shell fuel stations in Malaysia as Shell Malaysia implements preventive measures for the safety of customers and staff. The steps include sanitisation of high-touch areas at all of its 950 stations nationwide, not just the fuel nozzles but also the food takeaway areas, door handles, taps, etc. Additionally, the cleaning frequency of restrooms has also been stepped up to once per hour and social distancing markers placed at queuing lines. Well done, Shell. #Shell #StayAtHomeImage attachmentImage attachment

These images are the new normal at Shell fuel stations in Malaysia as Shell Malaysia implements preventive measures for the safety of customers and staff. The steps include sanitisation of high-touch areas at all of its 950 stations nationwide, not just the fuel nozzles but also the food takeaway areas, door handles, taps, etc. Additionally, the cleaning frequency of restrooms has also been stepped up to once per hour and social distancing markers placed at queuing lines. Well done, Shell. #shell #stayathome ... See MoreSee Less

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LIVE: Bahrain Virtual Grand Prix!No Grand Prix? No problem. Join us for our first ever Virtual Grand Prix experience, as F1 drivers, esports stars and global sports stars compete under the l... ... See MoreSee Less

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Not that there was too much wrong with the Mercedes-Benz W213-generation E-Class to begin with, but its exterior styling was probably too safe, too business-like, as if it couldn't decide if it wanted to look like the C-Class or the S-Class. Well, design chief Gorden Wagener and his team have finally given what the E-Class deserved in this mid-life makeover. #mercedesbenz #eclass #GIMS2020 ... See MoreSee Less

 

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The rear-end couldnt decide whether to imitate Mazda, or perhaps Mazda had imitated Lexus, and embraced by Toyota😂😂 Either way, that droopy, slitty-eyed look is already too cliche😇

From the w210 onwards , everytime mercedes decides to changeup the e class rearend , its always a long sweeping horizontal rear light to a small "vertical ish" and roundish shape of the rear lights in the w211 , then its horizontal again in the w212 , rinse and repeat for the w213 . Oh my god .

That rear looks really stylish now! Can imagine the already good looking coupe going to look even better, maybe their best looking coupe!

Looks much better than previous backside...

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Here's Audi's turn to unveil the latest that was supposed to be shown at the Geneva motor show. #audi

World premiere show - Audi A3 Sportback and e-tron S prototype - Audi MediaTV
Audi is presenting the new Audi A3 Sportback, setting new standards in the compact class. Electric mobility is becoming even more dynamic with the new Audi e-tron S and e-tron S Sportback which are also presented.
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It comes as no surprise that Alfa Romeo prefers to talk about the GTA (for Gran Turismo Alleggerita or lightened grand tourer) of the 1960s rather than the front-wheel driven 156 GTA of 1997 which wasn't all that convincing. Now that they have a proper rear-wheel drive base to work on -- the much-lauded Giulia Quadrifoglio, Alfa isn't pulling any punches.

Compared to the Quadrifoglio, the Giulia GTA has 35 more horses than before (540hp from a Ferrari-developed 2.9-litre V6), weighs 100kg less and comes with a titanium Akrapovic exhaust system, along with a host of performance upgrades.

If that's not enough, there's also a more extreme version dubbed the GTAm which sheds the rear seats for a roll cage, utilises even more weight-saving materials and wears an oversized carbon-fibre rear wing. Alfa claims a 0-100km/h time of 3.6 seconds for the GTAm.

The sad thing is only 500 units will be built (GTA and GTAm combined), and we don't have an official distributor in Malaysia. #alfaromeo #GTA
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With only 500 made. This may end up more rare than a Felllali.

What a brute... Once an Alfisti... always an alfisti..

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Not every day we get to see a former Formula 1 driver hooning a road car for all it's worth, but then again, Mark Webber, who counts nine F1 race wins over his career, is probably the fastest ambassador Porsche’s got. Like the 718 Cayman GTS 4.0, this video is pure – the soundtrack dominated by that melodious naturally-aspirated 400hp 4.0-litre flat-six, Webber doesn’t utter a word and is fully focused on working the clutch, gear (it’s 6-speed manual only) and shows textbook heel-and-toe footwork. It’s not a perfect lap – Webber misses the apex on Estoril’s tight turn 3, the tyres howl in protest on long, high-speed bends as the Aussie fights understeer on entry and utilises the Cayman’s phenomenal traction to launch it out of the corners – but it’s sensational to watch. #Porsche #CaymanGTS #MarkWebberWatch Mark Webber display some fancy footwork as he finds his way around the Estoril track in the 718 Cayman GTS 4.0. __ Fuel consumption combined: 718 Cayma... ... See MoreSee Less

 

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The self-driving prophecies of Elon Musk

If Elon Musk's bold claims come true, the future is both scary and exhilarating.

Remember Volkswagen?