Recently, there has been a surprising update regarding the Chinese-made Model Y. Specifically, the sales of Model Y in Korea have skyrocketed at an astounding rate compared to the previous month. This news has sparked mixed reactions among Korean consumers.
As the 'No Japan' boycott movement dwindles, Japanese car brands are seeing a chance for a comeback. Honda Korea is planning its resurgence by shifting its sales network entirely online and preparing to launch five new models, recently adding the 'CR-V Hybrid' to its lineup, which is garnering attention.
Rimac's Nevera delivers 1,914 horsepower and 177.3 lb-ft of torque, with a 0-200 km/h time of 4.42 seconds. Moreover, it achieved a record-breaking time of 29.94 seconds from 0-400 km/h and then to a complete stop. However, a combustion engine car has reportedly broken the record set by the electric Nevera.
Recent news of Honda registering the Prelude trademark in the United States has stirred up conversations. The possibility of a revival of the car, discontinued over 20 years ago, is creating a buzz in the U.S.