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The Greenlight: The 2024 Hyundai Sonata: A Sneak Peek into the Future of Sedans

Car Parts: Used Tesla Model 3 Prices Plummet ,Volkswagen’s battery plant deal

Dashboard: NASCAR TV schedule: Week of March 27-April 2, 2023

Around the Car: Craig Pollock Announces Plans for 50% Male and 50% Female Representation at The Formula 1 Team


The 2024 Hyundai Sonata: A Sneak Peek into the Future of Sedans!

Revving up for the Future: Get Ready to Meet the 2024 Hyundai Sonata in All Its Glory!

  • The new Hyundai Sonata is here, and it’s hotter than a summer day in Arizona!
  • Global debut on 30 March 2023 at the Seoul Mobility Show
  • This baby’s got two versions: standard and N Line. It’s like getting the regular fries or the spicy fries at your favorite burger joint.
  • They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but with design cues from the India-spec Hyundai Verna, I’m pretty sure everyone will agree this thing is a looker.
  • The Sonata is all about lighting the way, with a connected LED bar, split headlights, and H-shaped LED taillight that’ll make you stand out like a neon sign in Vegas.
  • Quad exhaust tips? You know what they say, the more the merrier.
  • Inside, it’s all digital, baby. Two 12.3-inch touchscreen systems and a digital driver’s display. It’s like having a spaceship on wheels.
  • They got rid of the gear lever in the center console for a less cluttered look. Because let’s be real, who needs a shifter when you’re drifting?
  • We don’t know the powertrain details yet, but with a 2.5-liter turbo-petrol and hybrid setup in the N Line version, you’ll be cruising like a champ.
  • Sorry India, you’re out of luck. But for the rest of us, the new Sonata will soon be hitting the streets and turning heads in international markets and the good old U.S. of A.

Car Parts!

1- Temptation!– Mike Krack, the Aston Martin team principal, just revealed that he had contemplated bringing Sebastian Vettel back to Formula 1, to replace Lance Stroll but ultimately opted against the idea.

2- Voltswindle!!– Were Canada and Ontario fleeced by Volkswagen’s battery plant deal?

3- SupercarGO– Rev up your engines, folks! Kyocera AVX has souped its SCC series with auto-certified supercapacitors ready to hit the road!

4- Fueltastic!!– Ferrari and Porsche Celebrate EU-German Deal on E-Fuels, Paving the Way for Combustion Engine’s Extended Lifespan

5- Electrocrash– EV Depreciation Shock: Used Tesla Model 3 Prices Plummet Amidst Supply Chain Recovery, Says Report.

6- ResurROCKtion!!– Legendary Lamborghini Emerges from 20-Year Slumber in Dusty Storage Facility.


Get your Popcorn and Nachos ready! Street Drift got YOU the NASCAR TV 

Week of March 27-April 2, 2023

Around The Car

Craig Pollock Announces Plans for 50% Male and 50% Female Representation at The Formula 1 Team.

Hold on to your helmets, folks! Craig Pollock, founder and CEO of British American Racing (BAR), has announced his plan to start a Formula One team called “Formula Equal.” The team would be 50% male and 50% female, and it’s a big step toward gender equality in a sport that’s been dominated by men for too long.

Pollock has been criticized for not going far enough, with some fans demanding that he start a team that’s 100% female. But Pollock has a comeback for those haters: “Let’s face it, if we started an all-female team, they’d probably beat the pants off the guys anyway.”

The Formula Equal team will go through an academy system to train women to compete at the level of Formula One. This means they’ll have to learn to drive faster than the speed of sound, handle G-forces that would make most people pass out, and resist the urge to hit the snooze button on race day.

The FIA has opened up an application process to find “one or more” new F1 teams to join the championship in the coming years. Pollock’s team has already submitted their business plan, and it looks like they’re all set to take the F1 world by storm.

So get ready to see some serious girl power on the track. And who knows, maybe one day we’ll even see a female driver win the championship. Now that’s something to rev your engines for!

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