Mahindra Loses ITC Battle With FCA, Will No Longer Be Able To Sell Roxor In U.S. Market

When we last met the Mahindra Roxor, it was roughly a year ago at the 2019 North American International Auto Show. The Roxor was created to help give buyers on the open range a very interesting alternative to traditional UTV and side by side offerings. The Roxor also received attention for its exterior styling which was reminiscent of a vintage Jeep CJ-3, and helped bring newfound exposure to Mahindra. This included the attention of a certain automotive giant in Auburn Hills, with FCA promptly taking Mahindra to court over copyright infringement. After a long legal battle, FCA has emerged the …

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2016 Pininfarina H2 Speed – Monaco Palace Intro to EV Champion Prince Albert

The stunning Pininfarina H2 Speed just scored one of the highest honors in automobiledom: a royal invite to the palace of Monaco! HSH Prince Albert was the honorable host for this glittery and exclusive look at a 503-horsepower exotic that runs on pure hydrogen.  It combines the massive thrust of eAWD via potent electric motors, plus the rapid-refill potential of hydrogen.  Not quite an open-road dream versus gasoline’s ubiquitous availability, but the H2 Speed does show promise for an all-day blast around a racetrack.  This is something that no full EV can promise, as their batteries go dead in about an hour …

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Design Analysis – 2016 Pininfarina H2 Speed and Sigma Grand Prix

This is one of the first times someone has dusted off the idea of a hydrogen FCEV supercar in quite a while.  The most notable effort was likely from BMW more than a decade ago. There is certainly promise in a 180-second refill from a hydrogen station, then all the benefits of a full-EV drivetrain. Namely, SPEED! The H2 Speed is quoted at some quite impressive figures.  100-kph flashes by in a 3.4-second whir, and on to a max speed of 186-mph. DESIGN ANALYSIS All this is wrapped in the purest snow white panelwork you’ve ever seen.  The bubble-like nose …

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