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As the Formula 1 season prepares to launch with the much-anticipated Bahrain Grand Prix this weekend, the motorsport world is abuzz with excitement and speculation. Interest has surged, as evidenced by a 200% increase in searches for the "2024 F1 schedule" over the last three months, signalling a keen anticipation for the high-octane drama and competition that Formula 1 uniquely delivers. This year, the season promises an exhilarating mix of strategic duels, technical prowess, and sheer speed, played out across some of the most legendary circuits in motorsport history.
We’ve driven trucks that cost close to $100,000, but even if yours is a more reasonable workhorse, it still makes sense to protect it with a set of the best truck seat covers. Truck seat covers aren’t what they used to be, though. Today, you can order modern truck seats that rival luxury cars of a few years ago. Made with a perfect fit, perforations so your backside can breathe, and even seat heaters. Don’t get us wrong, you can still get the old saddle blanket cover to use as a cover, which is a cool option in the right truck. But seat covers have changed and improved immensely since those days.
If you’ve ever walked to your car or truck in the morning and saw one of your tires low, you know how valuable a quality tire inflator can be. And not every tire inflator is up to a big job like inflating a truck or Jeep tire. But we have good news! Right now you can save 28% on a Fanttik X9 Ultra Portable Tire Inflator – that’s a discount of $70 by checking the COUPON plus using the code X9ULTRA3IN1.
For 2024, Volkswagen has introduced a host of updates to the ID.4 electric crossover. Three trims will be available. A base model, followed by S and S Plus models, the latter of which tops out the range. Each trim is available with the choice between a 62 kWh battery and an 82kWh one, as well as rear or all-wheel drive. Arguably the biggest change comes to models equipped with the optional 82kWh battery pack.
The home EV charger market has changed significantly since I took delivery of my first EV (Tesla Model 3) in 2018. Back then, buying a Tesla made it simple and straightforward when it came time to choosing a home EV charger because of its (at the time) proprietary plug. I did, however, shop around for J1772 chargers in the chance that in the future I decided I no longer wanted a Tesla. Back then, there weren't too many options to choose from, which is why I ended up getting a Tesla Wall Connector since I really didn't want to use an adapter.
Lamborghini has a penchant for two things: V12s and acronyms. This patent filing, uncovered by CarBuzz and AutoGuide, is the latter and hints at some things to come for what is now the V10’s last stand, the Huracan. Filings with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) show the automaker has filed patents for the names Huracan STJ and STJ. What it stands for is more of a mystery. Some V10 Joy? Sayonara V10 Joy? Given Lambo’s previously mentioned love of all words (especially Italian ones) shortened, it’s actually not super hard to extrapolate what the letters might mean.