Devansh Mehta

Devansh Mehta
Currently in his third year in Mechanical Engineering, Devansh Mehta was born with an immense love for anything on four wheels with an engine. He has particular interest in modern supercars, hypercars, and motorsports.

Keating Supercars TKR | Unknown Supercars

Keating TKR

You might not be familiar with Keating Supercars TKR, but it was once the fastest hypercar in the world, although without official recognition. The Keating KTR’s story is an extraordinary tale of a British engineer and businessman who decided to start a supercar company and produce the fastest car in …

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Panoz Abruzzi | Unknown Supercars

Panoz Abruzzi

This next entry in the Unknown Supercars series is the Panoz Abruzzi, an exquisite creation from a manufacturer with an extensive racing history. Readers that are familiar with GT4 America class racing may have heard about the Panoz racing team. It is a reasonably successful team that is still winning …

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GM Recalls 840,000 Vehicles over Suspension and Seat Belt Issues

2021 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

The recalls affect various vehicles from different segments and GM-owned brands. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), two different issues resulted in GM recalling a total of 837,344 potentially affected vehicles in the United States. The first recall concerns the front seat belt brackets, more specifically, the …

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Shayton Equilibrium | Unknown Supercars

Shayton Equilibrium

Here we are, back with another unknown supercar! This time, the supercar in question, the Shayton Equilibrium, is relatively new, but chances are still high that you have never heard of it. And as always, we are here to tell you everything there is to know about it. The Shayton …

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Valeo’s New eBike Motor Has an Automatic Gearbox

Valeo Smart e-Bike VTT

Valeo has come up with an innovative technology aiming to revolutionize electric bicycles. Valeo’s first offering in the e-bike segment is a concept integrating the electric motor and transmission in one unit. The brand claims it to be the first solution of this type in the world. Although there have …

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Honda Recalls 1.4 Million Cars in the US

Honda emblem

While recalls are a fairly common thing in the automotive world, manufacturing defects involving so many different vehicles are very rare to come by. Honda made big news, announcing multiple recalls that affect a total of 1.79 million vehicles worldwide, out of which 1.4 million sold in the United States. …

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