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Mercedes-Benz EV: New 620-Mile Range Car Set to Debut in January as the EQ’s ‘Hyper Efficient’ Mercedes-Benz has revised its hyper-efficient electric vehicle, which will have a range of 620 miles thanks to its EQ platform, which will be unveiled next year. The company now has two electric vehicles in its inventory that are available to the general public, and they have received great praise for the company’s well-known German expertise. Mercedes-Benz EQ: Hyper-Efficient Car’s EV Range is 620 Miles The Mercedes-Benz VISION EQXX, which was unveiled today by Mercedes-Benz COO Markus Schäfer, is a new hyper-efficient car from the…

As Red Bull threatens to protest the legality of Mercedes’ car and rear wing, Lewis Hamilton is at the center of an F1 cheating storm. LEWIS HAMILTON is in the midst of an F1 cheating scandal. Red Bull, his bitter title rivals, have threatened to protest his Mercedes car’s legality. Christian Horner, Red Bull’s CEO, claims that the team’s rear wing violates FIA rules by flexing excessively at high speeds, giving Hamilton a significant advantage. “The straight line performance in the last two Grands Prix has gone exponentially, and that concerns us,” Horner said ahead of this weekend’s crucial Qatar…

F1 bosses have turned down Mercedes’ request to have Max Verstappen’s defense against Lewis Hamilton in the Brazilian Grand Prix reviewed. Formula One stewards have denied Mercedes’ plea to investigate Max Verstappen’s move on Lewis Hamilton. On lap 48 of the Brazilian Grand Prix, Verstappen cut in front of Hamilton, driving both drivers off the course. Lewis Hamilton vs. Max Verstappen: Wheel to wheel At the (hashtag)BrazilGP (hashtag)SkyF1 | (hashtag)F1 pic.twitter.com, see on-board footage from Verstappen’s car as he defends against Hamilton. LliaSNt2of After winning the race, the Brit trimmed Verstappen’s lead in the driver standings to only 14 points.…

Horner starts a fight with Wolff at a tense F1 Qatar press conference, questioning the’rear wing’ score marks. PANTO season arrived early in Doha, thanks to a feud between Red Bull CEO Christian Horner and Merc CEO Toto Wolff. It came after a FIVE-DAY saga of ‘oh yes he did…’ ended with the FIA ruling that ‘oh, no he didn’t’ in the case of Max Verstappen illegally forcing Lewis Hamilton off the track in Brazil. The stewards denied Mercedes’ request for a right of appeal as the Qatar Grand Prix descended into a shambles. It also sparked an on-stage brawl…

Martin Brundle thinks that Mercedes’ attempt to have Verstappen penalised for running Hamilton off the road would fail. MERCEDES will not be successful in their investigation into the incident in Brazil between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen. According to Martin Brundle, a former British Formula One driver, Hamilton’s team will be unable to hold Verstappen accountable for running him off the road in Sao Paulo. When the British superstar attempted to pass the Red Bull driver, he was pulled wide and forced to run off-track to avoid colliding with the Dutchman. Stewards decided there was no need for an investigation…

Millions of Mercedes drivers have been warned that their AIRBAGS may be defective. MERCEDES has issued an emergency warning to car owners concerning possibly fatal airbags in the flash cars. A problem with the front seat airbags in some Mercedes-Benz cars has prompted the manufacturer to issue a warning to millions of owners. Airbags for the driver and front passenger seats “may not match factory specification,” according to the firm. They also warned that under some circumstances, airbags could randomly rupture “without warning.” According to Mercedes, the problem is with the gas propellant that activates the bag. The greater concern,…

‘Race hard, but don’t collide,’ says Wolff, advising George Russell to observe ‘boundaries’ when he joins Hamilton at Mercedes. Toto Wolff, the Mercedes team principal, has cautioned George Russell that he must respect ‘certain boundaries’ when he arrives from Williams. Last month, the 23-year-old driver was named Lewis Hamilton’s teammate for the 2022 season, succeeding Valtteri Bottas. And the British driver has stated that he will not join Mercedes as Hamilton’s No. 2 driver. Russell indicated that he hopes to compete for the Formula One World Championship with his compatriot, having previously been referred to by Wolff as a “wingman”…

Mercedes-Benz will begin offering Dolby Atmos in its vehicles in 2022, bringing immersive audio to everyone. Mercedes-Benz is adding the immersive audio experience to its vehicles using Dolby Atmos, which will be available in all of the company’s ranges in 2022. Yes, this isn’t a drill, as the German automaker has already teased the feature on its commercials, with the technology arriving with their vehicles’ infotainment systems. In 2022, Mercedes-Benz will introduce Dolby Atmos. Mercedes-Benz said via Daimler that by 2022, it will be introducing a new audio experience to its vehicles, with Dolby Atmos handling all music and audio…

F1 schedule 2021: Mexico THIS WEEKEND, before Brazil and Qatar – Grand Prix times, schedules, and tracks As the season approaches its climactic chapters, Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen continue their battle for the Formula One title in Mexico. After months of rejigs and rearrangements to the racing calendar, the Turkish Grand Prix is the most recent race on the calendar. F1 calendar 2021: practice sessions, dates, and track information The Japanese Grand Prix is the latest race to be dropped off the Formula One calendar, following Singapore and Australia, while Qatar has stepped in to fill the void left…

LEWIS HAMILTON has been dealt another blow in his pursuit of the world championship as Toto Wolff admitted Mercedes engines are ‘hanging on for dear life’. Hamilton was hit with a ten-place grid penalty at the Turkish Grand Prix last time out after getting his fourth new engine of the season fitted. Drivers are permitted three Internal Combustion Engines (ICEs) per season. Now in the United States this weekend, three of the four teams who use Mercedes ICEs are taking engine penalties. Sebastian Vettel of Aston Martin and Williams’ George Russell will start from the back of the pack in…