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By MadManCK
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#38272
Ferrari shares spike in market debut

The introduction of Ferrari today was a big succes.

Stock price went from the 52$ introduction to 60$

:2thumbsup:

http://www.bbc.com/news/business-34590225
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By MadManCK
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#38487
Important information for those planning to buy a Bugatti :twocents-02cents:

https://youtu.be/fwnfzLM-EI0

:party:

PS Just pay me 50K up front and i will tell you if you made the right decision :loll:
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By MadManCK
Rank: Site Admin
#38502
Next to the VW diesel engines, the petrol or gasoline engines are under scrutinizing as well.

More manufacturers emission figures are checked now, to see if they have falsely advertised low emissions to get in a more tax friendly Eco zone.

Even Porsche has been mentioned to provide unrealistic emission and fuel consumption figures.

The emission soap continues. Maybe time to evaluate all those emission rules and regulations. :lol:
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By grooks10
Rank: Pit Crew
#38552
MadManCK wrote:Maybe time to evaluate all those emission rules and regulations. :lol:
Isn't this exactly what a bunch of other large car companies are calling for? I mean, I wouldn't be surprised if they were all cheating too, but people only seem to be focusing on VW. If they're all cheating now, they might as well loosen the laws a bit to make everyone legitimate again. What they should do is incentivize higher performance through tax breaks or other things like that, but don't set the bar so high that it is impossible to reach and everyone needs to cheat to get by.
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By MadManCK
Rank: Site Admin
#38554
grooks10 wrote:What they should do is incentivize higher performance through tax breaks or other things like that, but don't set the bar so high that it is impossible to reach and everyone needs to cheat to get by.
I drink to that :orcs-cheers:

It is good to keep the manufacturers sharp with rules and regulations. But realism has to be there as well.
As technology progresses, better and cleaner ways to run cars will become available.
Just beware of the Petrol lobby. They don't like less fuel consumption. And fuel taxes fuel governments... ;)
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By Lunytrickz
Rank: Weekly challenge Winner
#38556
IMO there are 2 possible reasons for this emissions debacle
1 to destabelize the biggest EU economy, the German
2 to create more insentive for electric cars

the first makes the most sence sinds its US vs the biggest German carmanufactory group
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By Bezrider
Rank: Website Owner
#42149
Looks like the new Clarkson show on Amazon Prime has finally got a name.
gt.JPG

Not impressed. :roll:
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By MadManCK
Rank: Site Admin
#42152
Bezrider wrote:Looks like the new Clarkson show on Amazon Prime has finally got a name.

Not impressed. :roll:
Nope. Looks like those 10Million $ on salaries was well spent... :roll:
But lets see first. Although... if you want to see them, you need an Amazon subscription...
I still have coupon for a month free Amazon Prime :lol:
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