BMW congratulates Trucker Day to Mercedes

The BMW branch, which operates in the territory of the Russian Federation, congratulated the Truckers’ Day to their colleagues from the Mercedes-Benz branch, in their own way. Namely, on social networks, that is, on company profiles whose admins wear T-shirts with a blue-and-white propeller, a photo of a modern Mercedes-Benz…

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Sunseeker and Rolls-Royce hybrid yacht

yacht on the sea

British boatmaker Sunseeker International has joined forces with another famous island brand, Rolls-Royce, to jointly develop a yacht that uses hybrid technology, with the possibility of silent navigation in a mode in which it fully relies on the use of electricity. The presentation took place at the Boot Düsseldorf event,…

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South Jutland – the best of Denmark

South Jutland Denmark is ideal for exploring the beauties of Denmark. This peninsula separates the North from the Baltic Sea and forms the land border of Denmark and Germany. This country outside its capital also has a lot to offer tourists, and many will be pleasantly surprised by the richness…

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Revolutionary motorcycle Honda CB750

In the beginning, they survived thanks to low prices, and then Honda ‘s CB750 motorcycle debuted and showed that the Japanese can be superior. In the late 1960s, Japanese products were still not overly desirable in America. Not only were they below average quality but they were also small in…

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New engine for Mercedes Sprinter in America

Mercedes engine

Last year, Mercedes once again became the best-selling premium brand in America, ahead of BMW and Lexus, but it cannot boast of such success in the commercial vehicle category either. The famous Sprinter model attracted only 31,851 customers, which is about five times less compared to the leader Ford Transit,…

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5 things you shouldn’t do on vacation

How can you recognize a Japanese person anywhere in the world? There are probably at least two or three cameras around his neck through all vacation. Joke aside, in recent years cameras have been replaced by smartphones and now tablets. And while locals look reproachfully at tourists who lift their…

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