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Sandy Munro shows us why the Mustang Mach-E is not your grandpa’s Ford

YouTuber and engineer Sandy Munro has gotten his hands on a 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E electric crossover for a series of explainer and deep-dive videos, including this walk-around of its underbody and suspension engineering. Spoiler alert: He likes it. “Hey, boys and girls. Guess what? This doesn’t look like a Ford,” Munro says before taking …

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Makes And Movements: 2021 BRABUS 800 WIDESTAR x Ulysse Nardin Blast

Exotic cars and fine handcrafted timepieces complement each other in a similar way that salt and pepper do. They just work. In many cases, watch manufacturers create pieces that tailor to the automotive industry and even specific cars altogether. Makes and Movements will be selecting spectacular supercars available through duPont Registry and pairing them with …

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Daimler and Volvo plan hydrogen fuel cell truck production in 2025

LONDON — Daimler’s truck unit and Volvo said on Thursday they would start making hydrogen fuel cells in Europe in 2025 via a joint venture, and called for EU policies to help make the zero-emission technology commercially viable. The rival German and Swedish makers of large freight-hauling trucks formed their venture, Cellcentric, in March. They …

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Ford posts surprising big profit, but chip shortage may cut production 50%

DETROIT — Ford Motor Co. posted a surprising $3.26 billion first-quarter net profit on Wednesday, but the company said a worsening global computer chip shortage could cut its production in half during the current quarter. Chief Financial Officer John Lawler said the second quarter should be the low point for the chip shortage, but it …

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