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audi a7 sportback h-tronquattro

Audi made a test version of the car A7 SportBack E-Tron Quattro, a car using hydrogen as a fuel as it is equipped to work with electric power also, and consists of its complex of 300 fuel cell operating in the field of Fawlty ranges between 230 and 360 volts and supported by Assistant system that has a charger Turbo forced air at access to cells in addition to the fan is working to restore the user to the non-hydrogen battery electrodes with cooling pump. 153 more words

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Cadillac CT6 might use an aluminum body

Cadillac’s latest attack against the German competition will come in the form of another rear-wheel-drive luxury sedan known as the CT6.

Cadillac has remained tight-lipped on the details so far, but a new report from… 109 more words

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