AutoComplete: VW crushed the EV record at the Nürburgring
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Volkswagen has been making a big deal out of it's efforts to break the electric vehicle lap record at the Nurburgring, to accomplish this feat, VW chose it's mighty IDR electric racecar that previously conquered Pike's Peak and it did countless hours of testing in Spain and at the ring The end result of this, a lap time of six minutes 5.336 seconds switches around 40 seconds faster than the previous lap record set by Chinese company in IO.
That Tesla has had playable ports of classic games as part of its infotainment system isn't new.
What is new is that Tesla is now decided to add a much newer game than we're used to seeing.
It's called cup head and wallets a decidedly retro looking running gun game.
It came out in 2017.
Ilan musk announced the game support on the excellently named ride the lightning podcast and we're looking forward to giving it a try while parked Of course.
When Cadillac unveiled its new CT4 and CT5-V model recently, the internet let out a collective sigh.
These new models were far from the fire-breathing monsters we've come to love from the performance sub brand.
Now though Cadillac is giving us look at future full fat V versions of the CT4 and 5. during the Belle Isle Gran Prix in Detroit.
The cars we saw on track were heavily camouflaged but we'd expect to see Cadillac's new Twin Turbo Blackwing V8 make an appearance here.
At least, in the CT5V.
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