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TRENDS

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July 2020

Environmentally friendly hot rods

 

 

 
 

 

 

For car-lovers who want to save the planet without giving up the pleasure of driving. Goodbye V8 and turbo engines, hello kilowatts!

Ford Mustang Mach-E
Modèle mythique version « green »

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A ‘green’ version of the mythical car. All-wheel drive or not, this classy American sports car with its 258 to 337 HP engine and purebred lines can cruise along for up to 600km without stopping, depending on the model. The Mach-E is not yet for sale, but a GT version has already demonstrated the car’s capacity to go from 0 to 100km/h in less than four seconds.

Porsche Taycan
The company’s first 100 % electric car.

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Porsche is heading in the same direction, with electrifying results that fit the mythical German brand to a T! The company’s 100% electric saloon car is a joy to drive and delivers the same nec plus ultra quality as its other cars.

Volvo XC 40 Recharge P8 AWD
A jewel of technology.

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This well-known SUV has been transformed into the Swedish company’s first electric car, and thanks to the new energy source it is an astonishingly versatile 408 HP sports car. Avant-garde connectivity and multimedia capacities, Swedish design, and outstanding electrical power from the world’s safest car manufacturer – what more could you ask for?

Harley-Davidson LiveWire
A ‘green’ version of the mythical car.

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All-wheel drive or not, this classy American sports car with its 258 to 337 HP engine and purebred lines can cruise along for up to 600km without stopping, depending on the model. The Mach-E is not yet for sale, but a GT version has already demonstrated the car’s capacity to go from 0 to 100km/h in less than four seconds.