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Jaguar E-Pace Leaps Into the Compact Crossover Frenzy

Jaguar E-Pace Leaps Into the Compact Crossover Frenzy

This compact SUV looks to repeat the successes of the F-Pace, a vehicle that's very much changed the face of Jaguar, appealing to a whole new subset of buyers. The 246-hp E-Pace splits torque between the front and rear wheels in the usual way, and has a braking system that simulates torque vectoring. Like other Jaguars, the E-PACE makes extensive use of aluminum for trimming weight .



Released are new images of the Google Pixel XL 2

That would likely leave fans of smaller handsets feeling shortchanged, especially since the original Pixel has such large bezels it makes the 5-inch phone larger than it should be. But HTC's phone won't go the extra mile, so don't expect it to feature an nearly bezel-less screen. Interestingly, both the smartphones feature single rear camera.


Premier League kicks on to record revenues of £3.6bn

Premier League kicks on to record revenues of £3.6bn

The 26th Annual Review of Football Finance from the Sports Business Group at Deloitte shows that net debt in English football's top flight fell for the third consecutive season by £125m to £2.2bn. Second, there was a 12 percent increase in wage costs in the Premier League to £2.3bn, more than double the amount paid by Europe's next biggest spender, Spain's La Liga.


Hyundai reveals i30 N sporty hatchback

Hyundai reveals i30 N sporty hatchback

Inside, a blue-stitched N sports steering wheel, N badging, N-themed instrument cluster and sports seats with lumbar support - trimmed in either suede/leather or cloth - differentiate the hot hatch from its donor vehicle. And what about the i30 Fastback? Longer, lower and 15% stiffer than the conventional i30, it promises to be an altogether svelter and sportier version of Hyundai's already sweet-driving hatchback.


Check out the insanity of this Mario Kart VR arcade game

Check out the insanity of this Mario Kart VR arcade game

This Mario Kart VR game is the newest entry announcement in an ongoing series of Namco-developed Mario Kart arcade games which offers a thrill-ride of enjoyment for both fans of Nintendo and virtual reality alike. Including items hanging from balloons, rather than being in blocks, and new items like the hammer. In addition to being able to step into the world of Mario Kart , visitors can also test their Saiyan potential in Dragon Ball VR or witness the intensity of a clash between ...