Calling the upcoming Mercedes-Benz EQS a Tesla slayer this early in the game seems like a stretch–or maybe it’s not. Inspired by the EQS concept from the 2019 Frankfurt show, the production EQS is set to arrive on our shores in 2021 riding on an EV-specific platform with room for a battery pack large enough […]

Every so often Toyota, purveyor of sensible, family-friendly SUVs, minivans, and sedans, builds a car that absolutely blows you away: The 2000GT that debuted in 1965 and was intended to take on the Jaguar E-Type; the rally-inspired Celica GT-Four of the early ’90s; the flawed but fabulous Lexus LFA with its screaming naturally aspirated V-10.

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The Nissan GT-R (X) 2050 concept is quite obviously a flight into the future. Designed by Nissan intern Jaeburn (JB) Choi, it is an autonomous supercar designed for a single occupant who puts on a dockable body suit, climbs in, and lies face down and face first. This contortionist exercise is no mere sketch, either. David

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Last year, Jaguar showed off the Vision Gran Turismo Coupé, a virtual design study showcased in the Gran Turismo video game. Like most digital-only creations, it’s fanciful, futuristic, and provocative. The Vision GT SV is an evolution of the earlier design, again rendered digitally, but also paired with a real-life, full-scale model to help realize the design

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Samsung Galaxy A72 render. Credit Voice / OnLeaks The Samsung Galaxy A-Series are the company’s best-selling phones, and it seems the trend could continue in 2021, judging by the first leaked renders of the Galaxy A72 5G. The sub-flagship range looks set to return in some style, judging by images published by OnLeaks, with a

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The European Union has finally approved Google’s proposed takeover of Fitbit, but there are some conditions in place to protect European users. In order to get the approval, Google has agreed not to use Fitbit users’ data for targeted advertising, meaning none of the health data and the GPS details will inform the ads those

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To say the launch of Cyberpunk 2077 has been a mess would be a gross understatement. In a week that has involved gamers returning their PS4 and Xbox One copies of the game in droves, and CD Projekt Red falsely guaranteeing refunds to said gamers, the dream of diving into Night City with previous gen

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