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  1. x I'm glad you started doing designs similar to my Designs But you should upload high quality images But be very careful in your designs to attract attention Do you Understand me I wish you success
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  3. All new Volvo V60 with sleeker styling, a larger interior, improved performance Standard 9-inch display screen, Volvo’s City Safe Technology, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto Available in two trim levels: Momentum and Inscription Starting price should be around $40,000 Volvo pretty much owns the luxury station wagon market in the U.S. Station wagons may not be the most vibrant vehicle segment these days, but Volvo knows it has a core fanbase that loves wagons in general and Volvo wagons in particular. It’s this fanbase Volvo is targeting with the all-new 2019 Volvo V60. Improvements in styling, interior space, performance, fuel efficiency, and safety tech suggest Volvo’s grip on the luxury station wagon space will only tighten with the new V60. Sleeker styling wrapped around a larger interior Offered in two trim levels, Momentum and Inscription, the 2019 V60 features an all-new chassis and body wrapped around a roomier interior. Volvo focused on design and versatility, improving both through a combination of structural and styling upgrades. The new wagon’s length increases by 4.9 inches, with a wheelbase that’s 3.8 inches longer. This reduces front and rear overhang and combines with a 2.2-inch drop in roof height -- plus a standard rear spoiler -- to give the wagon a streamlined profile. The new V60’s look is further enhanced by sleek, T-shaped LED headlights and prominent, elevated LED taillights, both standard on all models. Advanced technology “Volvo” and “Safety”, however, are terms buyers readily connect, and the V60 maintains this tradition with a host of advanced standard and optional technology features. Volvo’s “City Safety” system includes automatic emergency braking to avoid pedestrians, cyclists and large animals. It also now includes brake mitigation to avoid head-on collisions. Optional safety equipment includes cross-traffic alert, blind-spot monitoring and Pilot Assist, a “hands-on-the-wheel” system to remove stress from stop-and-go traffic. Pilot assist will modulate the throttle and brake to match surrounding traffic speeds. It also provides steering input to keep the V60 in its lane. Pilot assist can be used up to 80 mph, and it includes new technology to match the car’s speed to curves, based on map data. It can actually lower the V60’s speed to make curves more comfortable when using cruise control.
  4. Porsche stunned the world two years ago with the debut of its all-electric Mission E sedan concept, later promising it'd go into production as the Taycan in 2020. The spy photos seen throughout this post provide an early look at a Taycan prototype testing in public near Porsche's development center in Weissach, Germany. Here's everything we know about this incredibly exciting car. Porsche Is Aiming for a Sub-Eight Minute Nürburgring Lap Porsche is letting loose a few more details as the months wind down until the Taycan is finally revealed. One that stuck out to us—the car should be capable of a sub-eight at the Nürburgring. Porsche hasn't done it yet, but its simulations indicate that it's possible. For a fun comparison, the Porsche 911 GT3 made headlines 20 years ago when it ran a 7:56 on the track—faster than any production road car yet. Progress is an electric luxury sedan being able to achieve the same feat. Over at Roadshow, Tim Stevens got to ride along in a near-production Taycan during winter testing way up north in Sweden. There was some sideways action. The Taycan has a version of Porsche Stability Management (PSM, that allows for some yaw in PSM Sport mode, and a lot of yaw when it's switched off. Stevens also reports that the top-spec Taycan he was riding in had a two-speed transmission and a limited-slip differential at the rear, which should make sliding on low-grip surfaces easier. It's Called the Taycan At first, we thought Porsche would just call this car the "Mission E," but the company has announced that won't be the case. It'll be called the Taycan, pronounced tie-con. It's a Eurasian word that translates, roughly, to "lively young horse." "Our new electric sports car is strong and dependable; it’s a vehicle that can consistently cover long distances and that epitomizes freedom," Porsche CEO Oliver Blume said in a statement announcing the name. It'll Be Priced Between the Cayenne and Panamera Speaking to Automotive News, the model-line director for the Taycan, Rober Meier, said "we're expecting a price somewhere between a Cayenne and a Panamera," when asked how much the EV will cost. In the US, the Cayenne starts at just under $66,000, while the Panamera starts at $85,000. So perhaps the Taycan will start in the $75,000 range. Of course, there'll be model variants offering more performance, so consider $75,000 a base price. You Can Put Down a Deposit Now On Porsche's website, there's a form for those who want to register their interest in buying a Taycan. Once that form is filled out, a Porsche dealer will contact those interested, who can then put a deposit down on the upcoming electric sedan. A Manhattan Porsche dealer told us the deposit is $2500. The Production Car Will Look Like the Concept The Mission E concept combined futuristic looks with classic Porsche proportions to stunning effect, and thankfully the production car will too. Oliver Blume told Car magazine that the production car is "very close to what you saw two years ago at Frankfurt. It will be exciting but a bit different from the concept." The folks over at TaycanForum.com previewed the design in the rendering you see above.
  5. Toyota has refreshed its pioneering Prius with a new sense of style and a simplified design language. With cleaner and more engaging lines, the Toyota hybrid features new front and rear treatment, as well as sharper, sleeker headlights and rear combination lights. Inside, the cabin incorporates design tweaks to improve ergonomics, as well as changes to the interior trim whilst retaining the black leather upholstery. Restyled design The updated Prius features restyled front and rear bumpers that give it a more flowing appearance that is further enhanced by its slightly longer (+35mm) overall length. Toyota says that the new slim line headlights with bi-beam LEDs and a revised lower intake accentuate the sharper, sleeker aesthetic. A change to LED fog lights unify the front-light signature. At the rear, new combination LED lights mirror the shape of the headlights by introducing a more horizontal look to emphasise the car's width and low centre of gravity. Proven Powertrain The current generation of Prius was launched in early 2016 and was the first model in the Toyota range to feature the Toyota New Generation Architecture (TNGA) platform series. The new platform complemented the latest generation petrol-electric hybrid drivetrain combining a 1.8-litre petrol engine with two motor generators to provide the optimum balance of performance and fuel efficiency depending on driving behaviour and road conditions. The total system output is quoted as 100kW. Safety systems consist of seven airbags [front (driver + passenger) + curtain + side (front) + driver knee], full active electronic suite (VSC, ABS, EBD, brake assist and traction control) and ISOFIX attachment points. The new Toyota Prius 1.8 retails for R490 200 and comes standard with a six services/90 000km service plan. Service intervals are pegged at 15 000km. The warranty period on general items is three-years/100 000km, whilst the hybrid battery warranty is sti[CENSORED]ted as eight-years/195 000km.
  6. Sydney - Rugby Australia on Thursday said it intends to terminate superstar Israel Folau's contract over his latest anti-gay rant, throwing the Wallabies' Rugby World Cup plans into disarray. Chief executive Raelene Castle said officials had made repeated and unsuccessful attempts to contact the fullback since his incendiary Instagram post claiming "hell awaits" gays on Wednesday. "In the absence of compelling mitigating factors, it is our intention to terminate his contract," the statement said. Folau is Super Rugby's all-time top try-scorer and one of the game's most electrifying runners with ball in hand. A stand-out for the Waratahs and on the international stage, he had been considered crucial for the Wallabies' hopes at this year's World Cup in Japan. But his extreme religious views have repeatedly rankled with supporters, Rugby Australia and sponsors. He was reprimanded for homophobic posts last year, but unabashed, on Wednesday the 30-year-old posted an Instagram banner that read: "Drunks, homosexuals, adulterers, liars, fornicators, thieves, atheists and idolators - Hell awaits you." He suggested they should "repent" as "only Jesus saves". Castle said in a joint statement with New South Wales Rugby that "whilst Israel is entitled to his religious beliefs, the way in which he has expressed these beliefs is inconsistent with the values of the sport". Folau recently signed a multi-season, multi-million dollar contract. But his fate had appeared to have been sealed earlier in the day when Wallabies team sponsor Qantas public expressed its displeasure at the comments. The airline, whose CEO Alan Joyce is openly gay, said Folau's social media post was "really disappointing". The comments "clearly don't reflect the spirit of inclusion and diversity that we support", Qantas said. Some leading Australian commentators had called for him to be fired, including former Wallabies forward Peter FitzSimons. "Israel Folau has to go, and will go," FitzSimons wrote in the Sydney Morning Herald. "Rugby must surely move quickly, or be made to look ridiculous." New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said the comments were "damaging" from someone many consider to be a role model. England's Joe Marler tweeted an image of two men kissing, accompanied by a heart. Gay former Welsh star Gareth Thomas said that no one should "be influenced by his words". "Be the better person and be YOU. Whoever YOU is..Hell doesn't await YOU. Happiness awaits YOU," he posted.
  7. Mario Suarez spoke at COPE this Wednesday. The midfielder returned from China to Rayo Vallecano in winter. In the Asian giant he met another face of football, darker, which he spoke in the interview openly. "Because of my personal situation, I have been in China for two years, in which there have been good things but for the family it was very complicated, we lived in a hotel, it was a very little western city, there was nothing for foreigners. hard for the family, my priority was to go back to Spain and Madrid, the Rayo option came out and I am very grateful. Very happy to be here and that my family is well and my children are going to school. There are more important things than football. My priority was to come here, "he explained. As soon as he landed in China, his son would be born. Mario could not be with his wife on that day: "The day after landing in China, my son was born, who went ahead for a month, imagine, you lose things, but in the end you have to value everything. The conditions for them were not ideal, I knew why he had gone there, when Gregorio Manzano was more bearable, but when they stopped him he was the only Spaniard. " Remember that in the city where he lived, Guiyang, the only western thing was an Italian restaurant: "It was a very big city but the only thing that there was for a foreigner was an Italian restaurant." There was no school for the children. , the language barrier I do not even tell you anymore ". His stage in Atletico was one of the best in his career, but he does not want to live from the past: "At Atlético I lived the best time in history, but from the past you do not live and now I'm fighting for something as important or more than a title. " Regarding Rayo, the permanence for Suarez is better than a title: "We have a very important goal, which is to achieve permanence, I trust that we will achieve it, I am at my best, in China they have not demanded much physically and I feel like I'm 28. I hope to play many more years. "
  8. Manchester United will summon up spirits and omens from far and wide as they go in search of a second Champions League miracle in Barcelona - but the bottom line is a brutal one. This Manchester United team cannot consider itself anywhere near Europe's elite and the freakish events that saw United claw back a 2-0 home loss to overcome Paris St-Germain in the last 16 rarely strike twice. No doubt we will hear about that incredible night in Paris, how seemingly insurmountable mountains can be climbed and how it is 20 years since United's only win in the Nou Camp - the dramatic 1999 Champions League final win against Bayern Munich. There might even be a mention for the Champions League semi-final against Juventus in Turin that same year when United came from two goals down to win 3-2. It is a romantic narrative but Barcelona deal in reality. With United 1-0 down, it would be truly astonishing if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side came through next Tuesday's quarter-final second leg to reach the last four where, in all likelihood, Liverpool would await. Barcelona have not lost at home in this competition for six years and the harsh reality is that they were, by their own standards, decidedly average at Old Trafford but won without any anxiety. Manchester United did not have a shot on target in a Champions League game for the first time since March 2005, when they lost away to AC Milan. The business of making proclamations about the second leg is a hazardous one, given how United somehow navigated themselves out of the tightest corner in Paris. United's biggest problem is that they lack the quality and creativity to have anything more than blind hope when they travel to Catalonia. Straws will be clutched at and chances will be talked up, as they should be because Solskjaer and his players must believe. But in reality, no logic or form says United can escape this time. Barcelona's players, particularly Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi, were pictures of disappointment as they came off at Old Trafford, despite a crucial win that took them to the brink of the Champions League semi-final. While goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen effectively had the night off, Barcelona created the better chances - even through they were not at their best. David de Gea saved with his legs from Philippe Coutinho and Messi, while Suarez was uncharacteristically wasteful when through on an angle. The plus point for United is that they only trail by one goal, a better outcome than Old Trafford feared when Suarez's 12th-minute header was deflected in by Luke Shaw and confirmed by VAR after initially being ruled offside. And, in the context of this game, the biggest plus of all was the performance of 22-year-old Scott McTominay, who showed great maturity and composure in a Champions League quarter-final surrounded by a galaxy of stars. McTominay was top class, overshadowing his £89m midfield partner Paul Pogba and looking completely at home throughout. He was United's best performer and this was confirmation, if it were needed given how highly he is rated inside Old Trafford, that he can be trusted in high-pressure situations and in the most illustrious of company. McTominay's display was certainly in contrast to Ashley Young, who had a dreadful night, especially when it came to the crucial area of delivery from wide areas. Fred also gave a respectable showing but the most ominous statistic of all was the shortage of shots on target, a fair reflection of the impact (or lack of) made by the substituted Romelu Lukaku, Marcus Rashford and latterly Anthony Martial. It is something they must change in the Nou Camp and there have to be doubts about whether this current United side, which will require widespread refurbishment at the end of the season, has it within itself to accomplish the task. And that is before we even consider the very real likelihood that Barcelona at home will produce a vast improvement on the scratchy, careless performance they produced here. Messi was relatively quiet, some of the passing was strangely lacklustre and yet the suspicion remains that this was Barcelona playing within themselves, while Manchester United produced the best they could. This made it four defeats in five for Solskjaer as he now settles permanently into the Manchester United manager's office. His players must overturn form, logic and the history books in the Nou Camp. Manchester United may have done it once - it is very hard to see them doing
  9. First of all, I have to let you know something. I’ve been a Chevy guy all of my life. I own Chevrolet dealership and so I’m in the awesome position to be able to drive any Chevy I want in any color I want. (I know…my life is tough). My vehicle of choice has always been the Chevrolet Silverado year after year. When we bought the Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram dealership, I had to take a deep breath and see how the all new 2019 Ram would stack up against my already heavily biased love for the Silverado. In the video below you’ll see some of the amazing features in action that I also describe below. I’m not going to bore you with towing capacity stats or how many pounds of gravel you can dump in the bed. I’ll leave that stuff for all of the folks who pride themselves on peeing for distance. Exterior impression My first impression was one of surprise. This truck caught my eye immediately with the 22″ aggressive wheels and it’s beautiful face. The front of the Ram 1500 doesn’t look over bearing as if it’s trying too hard to get noticed. It has a strong and luxurious appeal that simply works. The LED lighting is sleek and the cameras and sensors are integrated in a way that doesn’t distract from it’s clean design. The Power Assist steps deploy out of nowhere in a timely fashion and the doors open and close with the proper feeling of security and quality. At the rear, the tailgate is Aluminum and this makes it very lightweight. All you need to do is double click the “tailgate” button on the key fob and it unlatches and opens with smooth landing. This is a really nice feature especially since the tailgate also locks when you lock the doors. Another button on the remote changes the trucks right height via the air suspension system. This is super cool! I’m grown accustomed to digging in my pocket for my keys to get in the Silverado and with the RAMs proximity sensors, you can leave the fob in your pocket. You just unlock the door with a small button on the door handle and use the push button start on the dash. This comes in handy a lot because I always have stuff in my hands. In all fairness, the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado will also now have this feature in the upper trim levels. To sum up the exterior, it’s design is clean and luxurious without being loud. Interior Luxury The cabin blew my mind. The leather feels and smells amazing and there are details all over the inside of this Ram that make you feel like you are on top of the world. The decorative stitching in the leather looks like it was done by a craftsman putting together a gorgeous pair of boots. I love it! The trim pieces are gorgeous and feel like they are made in a ultra luxurious fashion while the digital info cluster lights up with full color and 3D graphics. The next thing I noticed was the gorgeous 12″ Touch Screen on the center stack. At first I thought it was overkill but when you display the Navigation in full screen mode it makes you feel like you are at mission control for SpaceX. The screen operates intuitively with familiar gestures like pinch and zoom and the all too familiar swipe. I was also impressed at the fact that the RAM Limited has more ports than the US Navy! You can charge up to 5 phones in and around the center console and there is room for a laptop charge while stowed away. You’ll see some of these features in the video below: I’m not a fan of the shift knob as I prefer yanking the lever on the column like in the Silverado. It functions fine but I think it’s just part of a truck’s DNA to have a lever vs a knob. This is probably the only complaint that you will ever hear about this truck’s interior. There is so much storage inside the RAMs cabin made possible by the flat load floor in the rear, the under seat storage, the “Ram Bins” that are under the rear floor mats, hidden storage on the dash above the glove box, and the reconfigurable center console that rocks! I can’t brag enough about the inside of this all new Ram. You’ll WANT to spend time in there…even if you are riding in the back seat. There aren’t too many vehicles on the market with such a level of comfort that you’ll actually want to be the rear passenger for the road trip. The rear seats slide forward giving you a semi-reclined position that is very comfortable and you have tons of leg room. The Harman Kardon audio system rocks out with 19 speakers spread across the truck cabin. Yes I said 19. The speaker covers are the coolest I’ve seen with with their stainless steel speaker grilles. I especially like the speakers located in the roof above the rear passengers. Plus they look great! Ride Quality America’s love affair with trucks is totally justified. The all perform so differently in their quest to be comfortable and capable. It doesn’t seem that way in the car world (at least among affordable cars). These trucks are designed with big engines that can tow and haul a lot of weight and so the ride qualities can be so very distinct among brands such as Chevrolet, Ford, Ram, and Toyota. Some prefer a firm ride with a tight suspension and others a softer experience. The Ram Limited has Active Level Four Corner Air Suspension. This high tech system will lower the trucks ride height at highway speeds to decrease drag. I like it because you can lower it with the remote or a button on the interior and make it look like a low rider. My preference in ride dynamics, however, is a firmer ride. The RAM 1500 has a much softer feel than the Silverado when driving on pavement. To me it feels too bouncy on the country roads of Kentucky and I prefer the Silverado’s ride quality over the Ram. It’s a beautiful thing that the trucks today cater to a unique truck buyer and instill such loyalty. So all in all, my first impression of the all new 2019 Ram 1500 Limited was great. I have developed a secret admiration for the truck and appreciate it’s numerous qualities. The interior is the best in the business and some of the features are game changing. The all new 2019 Chevrolet Silverado has just been released and so I’ll try to follow this up with a head to head comparison for the normal guy about the real stuff that matters like the number of audio speakers and charge ports. You can check out listings of the various trim levels on the Ram like the Tradesman, Big Horn, Laramie, here on our site: 2019 Ram Trucks. You can even check out some listings from our Chevrolet store for the all new 2019 Silverado .
  10. Hurrah readers in the United States - you can finally buy a Tesla Model 3 EV for $35k, provided you order it in black and without Autopilot. The news comes amid a storm of mixed communications regarding Tesla store closures and moving to online sales - something which the brand announced a blanket approach on in a statement released on 28 February 2019, only to revert back and announce the closing of 'half' of its stores: 'in other words, we will only close about half as many stores, but the cost savings are therefore only about half.' Tesla says the basic and cheapest version of the Model 3 will remain at $35,000, but the rest of the Model 3, S and X ranges will face a price increase of 'about 3% on average worldwide.' And that was after a huge price drop had already irritated some recent buyers. It's all quite confusing, but hopefully the $35,000 price tag for an entry-level 3 will translate into a somewhat competitive price when right-hand drive models go on sale in the UK. For reference, German buyers can choose from a 'long distance' (€52,300) and 'Performance' (€63,000) version but no standard one just yet. Are they finally building enough Tesla Model 3s? Yes. Production has steadied to the point that a new report published in July 2018 by Reuters, the company only just missed its goal of producing 5000 of the EVs per week, but it did hit the target a few hours after the midnight deadline. That’s one of the first times Tesla has come remotely close to hitting one of Musk’s self-imposed deadlines, and shares rose by 6% as a result. Elon Musk followed up the news by tweeting that the company produced 7000 models in total that week: ‘Not only did we factory gate over 5000 Model 3s, but we also achieved the S & X production target for a combined 7000-vehicle week,’ he wrote, in an an email obtained by Bloomberg in July 2018 ‘What’s more, with the widespread productivity gains throughout Tesla and the new production lines spooling up, we are on track to reach 6k/week for Model 3 next month.’ The news was obviously good for Tesla, and especially welcomed by those on the ever-growing Model 3 waiting list. However, while the numbers are good, some of the methods Tesla has used to get them – including production ‘tents’ – aren’t exactly conventional, and they don’t seem sustainable, either. Article created by „carmagazine”.
  11. Since its launch, the A-Class has always been seen as a 'Mercedes for Mom', with its obtuse styling and squat/boxy features, particularly at the rear end, during its first and second iterations. Styling was different compared to the rest of the market, but ultimately its bland shape and slanting bonnet didn't quite seem to fit proportionally with the rest of the car. The latest A-Class, beginning with the third-generation, is a far cry from its forebears. It also happens to be one of the 12 finalists in the 2019 SA Car of the Year competition. Now, it's a beautiful vehicle and I no longer consider it as targeted towards moms - unless the kids are still small enough to fit in the rear seats. I spent some time with the A200 recently and, as a mother, this car did not prove itself as a practical offering. Elbow, head and legroom in the rear is sparse. My toddler had to share the rear seats with some family members over the weekend and even she complained loudly about the lack of wiggle room. The seats also have to be manually operated, so you can't shift into that sweet spot for comfort, as you would with power seats. However, it drives like a dream. Overtaking is child's play, and the burble emanating from the exhaust is exhilarating, and makes you want to press the throttle deeper along straights and corners. Not something you'd want to do with tiny tots in the car though... Driving the A200 is a pleasure. There really are no qualms about its performance. It is powered by a 1.3-litre unit which generates 120kW/250Nm, with a 7G DCT dual-clutch transmission. Fuel consumption is 5.2-litre/100km in peak form, while more realistic figures will see you reaching 6.9-litres to 7.3-litres/100km - still not too bad. Is the A-Class a bad car? Of course not, it's just not the ideal car for parents with growing children. Boot space is ample, and can pack quite the cargo when you're travelling home from a family function up the West Coast. It also performed a charm on track during the dynamic handling and speed testing at Kyalami Circuit during the SA Car of the Year testing days earlier this week. Listening to my fellow jury members, it seems as if it did well, both on track and on the road. Pricing, however, is a bit on the heavy side and begins at R499 000 for the entry-level A200 petrol version, but so are its direct rivals in the form of the BMW X1, Volvo V40 and the Golf 7.
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