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    BMW iX

    The new beamer looks interesting. A few things are peculiar; no frunk but big hood, a smallish trunk, strange seats and a cool but not completely succesful panel between the seats. BMW iX: Highlights entdecken | BMW.de
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    AP2.5 AEB performance

    So, at least we know that Model 3 (is that AP2.5 hardware?) with Karpa-vision will automatically emergency stop from 12 and 25 mph, 19 and 40 km/h. That is the only test IIHS does. You can also get a full score even when bumping into the dummy. Front crash prevention tests EuroNCAP on the other...
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    Car Magazine: 90kWh AWD Model 3?

    Read this review from veteran journalist Georg Kacher. A misunderstanding , making up stuff or does he have some insights not yet known to the public? Tesla Model 3 review: almost a Volks-Tesla "While the basic 50kWh power kit is said to be good for about 220 miles of range, the 75kWh battery...
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    Tragic death as S75D hits wall

    Not too much news yet, except a S75D smashed through a Leca wall in a parking house. Sympathies with the relatives. News and pictyre of car in Norwegian below. Kjørte gjennom murvegg i p-hus i Oslo - omkom
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    AP2 back to using one camera on 2017.32.6 ca28227

    I have been wondering about this since I got 17.26.96 or what it was called, because of the excessive swerving in any minor undulation or crest. Even when myself can see the lanes clear, the car does not. Enough speculations, I tried. Second picture, 1830, did not work. Gave only a weak and...
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    Model S black ash interior trim panels

    Selling my black ash interior trim panels from a march 2017 Model S. These are standard fitted on new cars and a bit more fancy than the standard piano black. Gloss finish. Very good condition. Assembly will take 1-2 hours depending on your skills, you only need a T20 torx and a spatula for...

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