2021 BMW 4-Series Convertible Gets an Awesome Soft Top and a Big Nose



a car parked on a beach: The move away from a retractable hard top is actually no loss, and the next-gen 4-series cabriolet is all the prettier for it.


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The move away from a retractable hard top is actually no loss, and the next-gen 4-series cabriolet is all the prettier for it.

  • BMW has rolled out its next-generation 4-series convertible, most notable for the addition of a fabric top replacing the convertible hard top.
  • Remarkably, the new top is just as easy to use and 40 percent lighter than the old hard top.
  • The 2021 4-series convertible will go on sale in the U.S. in March 2021 for the rear-wheel-drive models and July for the xDrive all-wheel drive versions, priced starting just over $54,000.

At first glance, the 4-series convertible may seem like a provocation. After all, it has the same vertical-kidney design that has riled up people on social media since the 4-series coupe and the M3/M4 siblings were unleashed on the public. In real life, we think the new design works rather well. And this

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Porsche unveils awesome 2.1 MWh Megapack-like mobile charging system for electric cars

Porsche unveiled a mobile charging solution consisting of a 2.1 MWh Megapack-like battery system in a trailer that can charge 10 electric cars at once.

The EV industry is still trying to figure out all the details of the charging infrastructure required to support electrification.

For remote places and events, some are working on interesting mobile charging solutions.

Audi has deployable containers with batteries and chargers.

Tesla has built a trailer with a Megacharger, its large energy storage solution, and several Supercharger stalls linked to it.

The automaker has used it to increase capacity at some Supercharger stations when needed, and more recently, they made it available for the Tesla Corsa track experience.

Now Porsche is unveiling a similar system for its own track and owner experience events:

The Hungaroring in Budapest was the venue for a special Porsche Track Experience just a few days ago, where ‘Soul on Track’

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Awesome Tips on How to Find the Cheapest Car Rental

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The internet has made it easy for most customers to look for the cheapest car rental. Most car rental websites are complete with all the information you need. Travel websites also include car rental information in their travel packages so customers could easily compare prices and avail of their choice.

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The Beginner’s Guide To Finding and Booking Awesome Travel Packages

There is nothing better in the world than a good vacation. Actually, finding good travel packages to ensure a good deal on a good vacation is the very best thing. Locating those money-saving items, however, can be a difficult endeavor, particularly if you are new to the game. Thankfully, there are a few tricks and guidelines to follow that will almost guarantee you a few saved dollars. Take a look at the following to help you plan your next great vacation:

1. Find a spot you like and sign up for deal alerts.

More hotels, bed and breakfasts, car rentals, and even airlines offer periodic discounts and specials for those who are a part of their email lists. Sign up on an email list to take advantage of the deals. The key to benefitting from this service, however, is to regularly monitor the offers. People who save the most on … Read More

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