The European Car of the Year (COTY) 2023 has a list of eight finalists. Only three have an internal combustion engine

There are seven finalists on the list of Car of the Year 2023 finalists this year… actually eight. And it probably comes as no surprise that electric cars are playing a leading role. This year’s winner European Car of the Year 2023 we will know by the end of the year, the ceremonial announcement will … Read more

Mercedes ends with internal combustion engines. The new “E-Klasse” will be the last chapter

This year, Mercedes will introduce the new E-Class, which, according to the head of the car company’s development, Markus Schäfer, will be the last new model with an internal combustion engine. The other fossil fuel Mercedes will then only live out the model cycle and their production will end by 2030 at the latest. “Currently, … Read more

Internal combustion cars forbidden. Ziemkiewicz: We know the date of the end of the EU

According to one of the program directives “Fit for 55” voted by the European Parliament, only until 2035 it will be possible to register new combustion cars in the EU. After this date, only electric cars will be available for purchase. Brussels is making further moves in this matter. Internal combustion cars are forbidden to sell … Read more

The best-selling cars in the first 8 months of 2022 are available combustion models

Author: Radim Plachý – Source: Focus2Move – Photo: Ondřej Lilling – 31 October 2022 The automotive market is changing, in recent years the most in modern history. It was caused by the coronavirus, then the war, but mainly by the European Union, which is putting more and more pressure on electromobility. In the new car … Read more

The EU will ban the sale of new cars with internal combustion engines

The European Parliament (EP) and the members of the European Union (EU) have reached an agreement on Thursday, which provides that from 2035, new cars with internal combustion engines will no longer be sold, announced the Czech Republic, which currently serves as the bloc’s presiding country. Abandoning internal combustion engines is one of the measures … Read more

Kia will start selling cars with internal combustion engines in the Czech Republic from next year

Within five years, Kia plans to have 14 purely electric models on offer, while by 2035 all cars offered in Europe will be electric only. This was stated by representatives of the car company at a meeting with journalists. According to the car company’s estimates, electric cars will begin to dominate in Europe and worldwide … Read more

Maserati GranTurismo finally official! Combustion and electric engines, power 761 hp

We had to wait for the new Maserati GranTurismo, but it’s finally here. We basically know the look, so the main news is related to technology. It will offer a six-cylinder Nettuno or three electric motors. After a break, the GranTurismo model returns to the offer of the Italian car manufacturer Maserati. The appearance of … Read more

Into the new model year with 680 hp: Mercedes-Benz – on to the last round of combustion engines

Into the new model year with 680 hp Mercedes-Benz – on to the last round of combustion engines 09/30/2022, 07:11 am Despite all the electric car euphoria, combustion engines remain the core business for Mercedes. The renewal of the GLC and E-Class are initially on the agenda. A new series follows shortly thereafter. Otherwise, tidying … Read more

The new BMW 7 Series gets internal combustion engines! Other models will also be waiting for them

BMW plans to launch a whole range of new engines for existing models this fall. In the BMW 7 Series, in addition to the currently available electric version of the i7, we will also see combustion engines and plug-in hybrids, while the X1, i4 and 2 Active Tourer models will also receive new power units. … Read more

They create a kit to convert a combustion motorcycle into an electric one

To contribute to the decarbonization of the planet, but at the same time take advantage of combustion engine vehicles, researchers from the National University of San Luis, in Argentina, have developed a kit so that anyone who has a combustion motorcycle can remove its engine and replace it. for an electric one. The main objective … Read more