September 21, 2018

About the author  ⁄ Yahoo News - Latest News & Headlines

A Ferrari V-6 Will Return, but the Dino Stays Dead

A Ferrari V-6 Will Return, but the Dino Stays DeadFerrari will launch a new V-6 engine in its road cars for the first time since the days of the Ferrari-built, but not Ferrari-branded, Dino, more than 40 years ago. Announced at an investor meeting, the all-new turbocharged engine, which Ferrari said is a "new architecture" versus the 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V-6s it builds for current Maserati models, will be used in the company's new modular front-engine platform underpinning the next-generation Portofino, GTC4Lusso, and 812 Superfast, all of which will arrive no later than 2022. The engine will be compatible with all-wheel drive, although for the latter, it's unclear if Ferrari will refine the second gearbox for the front axle as seen in the Lusso, currently the only all-wheel-drive Ferrari, or adopt a more conventional layout by fitting electric motors to the front axle.


Read More →

Christine Ford 'will testify next week' against Brett Kavanaugh if senators provide 'fair terms and ensure her safety

Christine Ford 'will testify next week' against Brett Kavanaugh if senators provide 'fair terms and ensure her safetyThe woman who has accused Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee of sexually assaulting her will testify next week, if senators provide “fair terms” and ensure her safety, her lawyers have said. In a letter to Senate Judiciary Committee, lawyers for Christine Blasey Ford said, in what appeared an effort to reopen negotiations, the 51-year-old was prepared to cooperate and testify as early as next week. The letter said it was Ms Ford’s “strong preference a full investigation” occur before her testimony.


Read More →