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Aston Martin Confirms Their First Production EV – Blah! or Brah?

Greg Kachadurian June 28, 2017 The News!

It’s been a few years since we last heard of the Aston Martin RapidE, but the ongoing project to deliver the company’s first all-electric production car just got another step closer to reality. Aston Martin released this concept sketch and a promise to bring 155 examples to market by 2019.

The RapidE will be based upon the sportier Rapide AMR that was just revealed at Geneva this year, meaning it’ll have more aggressive styling and a more capable chassis. Of course capitalizing the E in RapidE means an all-electric powertrain, co-developed with Williams Advanced Engineering, replaces the 6.0-liter V12. I can’t think of a more depressing sentence I’ve ever written.

That’s all we really know about it at this point. Expect it to be fast, offer instantaneous torque (and probably their fastest 0-60 time ever), and very beautiful. But is it still really an Aston Martin without those wonderful sounds we’ve come to expect?

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The News for June 23rd, 2017

Greg Kachadurian June 23, 2017 The News!

Welcome to the Redusernab News! As always, this is a weekly recap of some of the biggest stories in the automotive industry without the fluff or bull. There’s also just a little opinion of mine because I can. This week:

  • Cadillac XTS gets numerous updates for 2018

  • Jaguar announces E-Pace compact SUV, debuts in July

  • Camaro ZL1 1LE is scientifically proven to be stupid fast

  • Volkswagen confirms ID Buzz (Microbus) revival for production

  • Dodge announces plans to combat dealer markups for Demon

  • Assetto Corsa Ferrari celebration car pack and poll announced

  • What’s your automotive news?

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The News for June 16th, 2017

Greg Kachadurian June 16, 2017 The News!

Welcome to the Redusernab News! As always, this is a weekly recap of some of the biggest stories in the automotive industry without the fluff or bull. There’s also just a little opinion of mine because I can. This week:

  • Microsoft reveals 911 GT2 RS at E3 on behalf of Porsche, rumors say

  • The beautiful Jaguar XF Sportbrake is here

  • Panoz reveals ambitious EV endurance racer concept

  • McLaren adds roadster option to 570S

  • Audi adds V10 Plus option to R8 Spyder

  • Aston Martin shows off a more production-ready Valkyrie

  • What’s your automotive news?

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The News for June 9th, 2017

Welcome to the Redusernab News – On the Road Edition! I’m cranking this out from crappy hotel WiFi on the road as I drive a big truck cross country, so this is a weekly recap of the automotive industry without the fluff or bull will be shorter than usual. This week:

  • Porsche reveals more powerful and more exclusive 911 Turbo S

  • Subaru’s STI “tunes” BRZ and special WRX STI Type RA

  • AAA increasing insurance rates for Teslas

  • What’s your automotive news?

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The News for June 2nd, 2017

Welcome to the Redusernab News! As always, this is a weekly recap of some of the biggest stories in the automotive industry without the fluff or bull. There’s also just a little opinion of mine because I can. This week:

  • Lotus debuts the Elise Cup 250, the ultimate Elise

  • Ford creates limited edition Focus RS based on internet back

  • BMW adopts augmented reality for the 18th official Art Car project

  • Subaru all but confirms BRZ STI

  • Mercedes-AMG talks Project One specs

  • Honda Civic Type-R to allegedly start at $34K

  • What’s your automotive news?

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The News for May 26th, 2017

Welcome to the Redusernab News! As always, this is a weekly recap of some of the biggest stories in the automotive industry without the fluff or bull. There’s also just a little opinion of mine because I can. This week:

  • BMW gives a preview of the upcoming 8 Series Coupe

  • Jaguar SVO announces new 592-HP Project 8 based on the XE

  • BMW Motorsport debuts M4 GT4 at Nürburgring 24

  • Geely takes majority stake in Lotus to “unleash” full potential

  • Patent drawings appear to show new Jeep Grand Wagoneer

  • Ford announces significant leadership changes

  • What’s your automotive news?

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Heart Attack Level: Over 9,000

Nothing gets your heart racing like coming out in the morning to find you’ve narrowly avoided disaster. This is the sight a friend and roommate of Redusernab walked up to yesterday morning after some storms rolled though overnight. Frighteningly close to the tip of that downed tree is my roommate’s Trans Am and motorcycle – both of his daily drivers – which were thankfully unscathed. We don’t exactly know what caused it to fall in the first place, but we’re both just happy it wasn’t a few feet taller.

[Image © 2017 Redusernab]

Redusernab Reviews: Assetto Corsa “Ready to Race” Pack

A new DLC pack for Assetto Corsa just dropped on Steam with a healthy dose of race car goodness. The “Ready to Race” car pack includes ten cars – only one of which is road legal – to fill in some of the gaps in their existing car lineup and finally bring in some fan favorites.

Prototypes, GT1, GT3, spec-racing cup cars, hyper cars, and even rally are represented in this pack to make it one of the most diverse content updates the game has received to date. A car pack made mostly of race cars for a game that does race cars extremely well sounds like a winning combination… and it is. Click past the jump for some quick (I promise) details and impressions.

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The News for May 19th, 2017

Welcome to the Redusernab News! As always, this is a weekly recap of some of the biggest stories in the automotive industry without the fluff or bull. There’s also just a little opinion of mine because I can. This week:

  • Shelby American reveals a Super Snake for road courses and some expensive truck

  • Jaguar teases XF Sportbrake again by showing nearly all of it

  • BMW confirms all-wheel drive for new M5, but it won’t kill the fun

  • Nissan begins teasing next-generation LEAF

  • Volvo prices XC60 from $41,500

  • What’s your automotive news?

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How Atlanta’s I-85 Nightmare Was Fixed in 42 Days

Back in March, during afternoon rush hour. It was the part of I-85 that connects about half of north Georgia to Atlanta and handled an average of 246,000 cars per day in 2016, more than any other individual highway that s into the city.

The fire was allegedly started when crack smoking ignited a bunch of construction material stored underneath an elevated portion of I-85 and it was big enough for me to see the smoke all the way from my apartment in Roswell, more than 20 miles north of the city. The sheer heat caused a large section to collapse and it compromised even more. Initial Georgia DOT estimates claimed it would reopen around mid June.

42 days later and a month ahead of schedule, that section of I-85 reopened thanks to the non-stop efforts of the Georgia DOT (who I’ve never seen work faster than this), CW Matthews Contracting Company, and everyone else involved. As all of Atlanta breathes a sigh of relief and gets back to their normal, slightly less miserable commutes today, check out this incredible time lapse showing what it took to rebuild I-85. Hopefully it never has to happen again. The time lapse would’ve been more accurate if it featured a thrash metal backing track to better reflect Atlanta drivers’ moods, though. Also, don’t smoke crack.

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