“Porsche and Pixar Team Up to Create Real-Life “Sally” as NYC Proposes Congestion Fees and Acura Recycles Name for EV SUV Concept”

Porsche and Pixar Team Up to Create a Real-Life “Sally”

Porsche and Pixar have teamed up to create a real-life version of the beloved character from the movie Cars, Sally. The car, which is based on the Porsche 911 Carrera S, was unveiled at the New York International Auto Show. The car is a one-of-a-kind creation that was designed to be a tribute to the character from the movie.

The car features a unique paint job that is inspired by Sally’s signature blue and yellow color scheme. The car also features a custom interior that is designed to look like the interior of Sally’s car in the movie. The car also has a custom sound system that plays the movie’s soundtrack.

The car is a fully functioning vehicle and is powered by a 3.8-liter flat-six engine that produces 420 horsepower. The car also features a seven-speed manual transmission and a rear-wheel drive system.

The car is a limited edition and only 500 units will be produced. The car is expected to be available for purchase in the fall of 2019.

NYC Proposes Congestion Fees

The city of New York is proposing a new congestion fee that would be imposed on drivers entering the city during peak hours. The fee is intended to reduce traffic congestion in the city and to raise money for public transportation projects.

The proposed fee would be imposed on drivers entering the city between 6am and 10am on weekdays. The fee would be $11.52 for cars and $25.34 for trucks. The fee would be collected via an electronic toll system that would be installed at the city’s bridges and tunnels.

The fee is expected to raise $1 billion per year for public transportation projects. The money would be used to fund the expansion of the city’s subway and bus systems.

The proposal has been met with some opposition from drivers who are concerned about the additional cost. The city is also facing opposition from businesses who are concerned that the fee will discourage people from coming into the city.

Acura Recycles 2016 Name for EV SUV Concept

Acura has announced that it is recycling the name of its 2016 SUV concept for its upcoming electric vehicle. The new vehicle will be called the Acura MDX EV and it is expected to be released in 2020.

The Acura MDX EV will be a mid-size SUV that will be powered by a battery-electric powertrain. The vehicle will feature a range of up to 300 miles on a single charge and will be capable of reaching 0-60 mph in under 6 seconds.

The vehicle will feature a sleek and modern design that is inspired by the 2016 concept. The vehicle will also feature a range of advanced technologies such as a semi-autonomous driving system and a range of driver assistance features.

The Acura MDX EV is expected to be a popular vehicle when it is released. The vehicle will offer a combination of performance, luxury, and technology that is sure to appeal to a wide range of buyers.