The pilot was conducting practice approaches at a Knoxville airport when the crash happened, according to the report. He was rescued but died at a hospital.
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- Business Insider
Watch as a snowplow driver launches a spray of slush into oncoming highway traffic, leading to a 40-car accident on the Ohio Turnpike
The driver was immediately removed from their shift and placed on administrative leave, the turnpike commission's director said in a statement.
It's always a Mustang...
What a beast!
- Associated Press
A Colorado-based aviation company announced Wednesday that it has chosen a North Carolina airport as the manufacturing site for next-generation supersonic passenger jets. Boom Supersonic announced that Piedmont Triad International Airport in Greensboro will be the home for its first full-scale manufacturing plant, including the final assembly line, testing and delivery center for its proposed Overture supersonic airliner. Boom estimates it will create over 1,750 jobs by 2030, with a goal of reaching more than 2,400 jobs by 2032.
- Robb Report
The hybrid was joined by the first 1974 Countach LP400 and the final 1988 Countach 25th Anniversary.
The car manufacturer hasn't produced a single unit of the Bolt for months and there's no sign the production will resume soon.
- Business Insider
A Tesla driver details how he survived a 14-hour traffic jam in snowy weather with 50 miles of battery range to spare
The driver said he was grateful that he was in an EV during the I-95 gridlock and posted a picture of himself watching Netflix in the traffic jam.
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- Road & Track
Based on the same platform as the new Tundra and Land Cruiser, the Sequoia packs up to 583 lb-ft of torque from a twin-turbo V-6 with hybrid assist.
- South Bend Tribune
Officials with the Indiana State Police say there were no injuries reported. Roads in the area have been closed.
All rise for the Judge!
- Car and Driver
Available in Light, Wind, and GT-Line trim levels, the EV6 starts at $42,115 and ranges up to $57,115 for a 320-hp AWD dual-motor model.
An industrywide move toward reservations — instead of in-the-moment purchasing — could alter the way Americans buy vehicles, limiting what’s available on dealership lots.Driving the news: Ford announced Monday that it will stop accepting orders for the 2022 Ford Maverick, a compact pickup with a $20,000 starting price, due to overwhelming demand.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.Ford has also taken reservations for the Mustang Mach-E, Bronco and F-150 Lig
The automotive industry is going electric. Others haven’t said they’ll go all-electric, but have pledged to get close. Mercedes says it will sell nothing but EVs by 2030 in markets that build enough infrastructure to support them.
- Car and Driver
The last U.S.-market VW Passat has come off the assembly line, and the long-serving sedan bows out.
- Yahoo Finance
Ford CEO Jim Farley sits down with Yahoo Finance Live and shares his thoughts on the competition in the electric car industry.
Ford has started production of its electric E-Transit cargo vans at its factory in Kansas City, Missouri with the first deliveries expected in the next several weeks, Ford Pro North America general manager Tim Baughman told TechCrunch. Baughman's comments follow Ford's announcement earlier this month that it will nearly double production capacity of its upcoming electric F-150 Lightning pickup truck to 150,000 vehicles a year by mid-2023 in response to customer demand. The E-Transit, a configurable all-electric cargo van first revealed in 2020, is key to Ford's strategy to gain market share in the cargo van market.
- Car and Driver US Reviews
After 40,000 miles with our long-term CR-V, we can't wait to see what the 2023 has in store.
This incredible car is an ultra-rare muscle car with tons of power and performance from the 1970s.
GM President Mark Reuss hopped on LinkedIn to celebrate the first pre-production Cadillac Lyriq electric crossover coming off the line at the Spring Hill Manufacturing plant. The facility, wholly devoted to the Saturn brand from beginning operations in 1990 to 2007, has built the Cadillac XT5, XT6, and GMC Acadia crossovers of late. A little more than a year ago, GM invested $2 billion to convert the Tennessee plant to battery-electric vehicle assembly.