New requirements for tax relief on electric cars will disrupt the plans of car manufacturers for the future

The loopholes that electric car makers were able to take advantage of seem to be closed now that President Biden has signed the inflation-reduction bill into law. The law will now establish requirements for manufacturers to qualify for federal tax credits, ensuring that a large percentage of the electric vehicles in question will be made in the US. Automakers will no longer be able to actively convert orders into binding agreements to take advantage of previous restrictions.

Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept EV Packs’ Power and Retro Banshee Style

This could be the future of muscle cars, the all-electric Dodge Charger Daytona concept. The new 800-volt powerplant has been dubbed the “Banshee” and is said to eclipse the Hemi, Hellcat and Redeye internal combustion engines. The electric charger uses a multi-speed electromechanical shifter to bring some driver involvement back into the steering, while the PowerShot’s Push-to-Pass system will be used for sudden bursts of acceleration. While Dodge has yet to specify production numbers or whether the concept will go into production, the road car is likely to arrive by 2024.

The 2023 Porsche 911 GT3 RS is a 518-horsepower motorsport car to drive down the high street

The Porsche 911 GT3 RS was unveiled at Monterey Car Week, and as an earlier leak confirmed, the new edition turns the road race car theme up to 11. The GT3 RS has a 4.0-liter six-cylinder engine with 518 hp. (525 hp) paired with a 7-speed PDK transmission for 0-60 mph (97 km/h) in 3.2 seconds. However, the GT3 RS is the king of the corners with a host of modifications including L-shaped hood vents, a double-decker rear spoiler, small fenders in front of the front wheels and a large pair of vertical lobes behind them. Porsche says the RS can generate a total of 902 lb (409 kg) of downforce at 124 mph (200 km/h), double that of its predecessor and three times that of the GT3 .

The Rimac Nevera will make its U.S. debut at Monterey Car Week before a nationwide tour

A pair of production Neveras will make their U.S. debut at The Quail, a Motorsports Gathering in Carmel Valley, California, before heading out on a nationwide tour. The aim is to give potential customers a closer look at the all-electric hypercar, which is now ready to be shipped to customers around the world.

The Cadillac Celestiq begins testing as GM looks to electrify the ultra-luxury car

Cadillac is returning to the ultra-luxury segment with the Celestiq EV and has begun testing its new rival on public roads. Images of the prototype show a slightly revised central air intake and conventional side mirrors. Meanwhile, Motor1 there are also pictures showing the updated rear end with a more traditional bumper that now includes reflectors.

Acura ARX-06 LMDh will take over the world with Honda Formula 1 technology

Acura has unveiled its new LMDh ARX-06 racing car. The new endurance racer will use a 2.4-liter V6 hybrid powertrain that borrows technology from Honda’s Formula 1 Performance Development program and is capable of revs up to 10,000 rpm. The clean slate design will rival the Porsche, BMWand GM at the top of the IMSA GTP Championship.

BMW M is working on a prototype four-motor electric car with the face of the M3

The era of electric vehicles is approaching, and BMW’s M division continues to be active in this area, testing a prototype quad bike. The basis of this new prototype is the BMW i4 M50, but it features a unique system for controlling the dynamics of movement and a revised chassis. Another notable feature is the translated muzzle from the M3, while we’re promised “unprecedented levels of performance” from the concept, even if we don’t know if it’ll make it to the production model.

What else is making the news

TikTok to teach influencers how to vote

Tiktok is gearing up for the US midterm elections as it seeks to curb misinformation and ensure its policies are followed. In accordance with BBCTikTok said it would publish educational content and hold briefings with influencers and advertising agencies “so the rules of the road are clear when it comes to paid content around the election.”

Amazon is testing a TikTok-style feed

Despite the backlash Instagram caused after trying to emulate the social media platform TikTok, it seems that retailers are now looking to follow suit as they look to increase engagement. As reported by The Wall Street JournalAmazon is now internally testing a TikTok-style feed in its app with a vertical feed of photos and videos.

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