• Car & Automotive

    Auto executives say more than half of U.S. car sales will be EVs by 2030, KPMG survey shows

    President Joe Biden speaks during a visit to the General Motors Factory ZERO electric vehicle assembly plant, Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2021, in Detroit. Evan Vucci | AP Automotive executives think more than half of their sales will be electric vehicles by 2030, in line with President Joe Biden’s EV sales goal, according to a new survey released Tuesday by accounting and consulting firm KPMG. While estimates varied widely from more than 20% to about 90%, the survey on average that executives expect 52% of new vehicle sales to be all-electric by 2030. The same amount is expected for Japan and  

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  • Car & Automotive

    This month’s car shows unleash the future of auto design

    With big events like the German Autoshow struggling this year, you might be forgiven to think that COVID-19 has killed the traditional car show. But you’d also be completely wrong. In China and the US, auto shows are back with a vengeance and they’re not taking any prisoners. In the last couple of weeks, we’ve seen a whole host of cool stuff coming out of the massive LA Auto Show and Guangzhou International Auto Show. Now, if you’re looking for some serious breakdown on what the  shows’ new releases mean, you’ve come to the wrong place. Because I’m much  

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  • Car & Automotive

    AutoMobility LA Faces Dire State Of Auto Shows With Sunny Expectations

    Happer times: A Chevrolet announcement about the Corvette at the 2019 LA Auto Show. LA Auto Show After a two-year hiatus, the Los Angeles Auto Show is returning in November to the Los Angeles Convention Center, promising the sort of global product reveals, press announcements and consumer tire-kicking that has characterized traditional auto shows over the last few decades. It’ll be fascinating to see whether the show now named AutoMobility LA-LA Auto Show regains some lost traction for this highly threatened form of automotive marketing — or underscores why auto shows have become so endangered, on the brink of becoming  

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  • Home Improvement

    10 best TV shows about home improvement | Multimedia

    When it comes to undertaking a major home improvement project, inspiration — or a lack thereof — can often be the hardest part. You may want to update that guest bathroom or kitchen nook but lack a clear vision of the final product. When forming a plan, it’s also vital to keep in mind that function and beauty are two totally separate things. Home improvement shows can be a great place to start when you’re lacking that final product vision. Seeing how different designers and contractors work with highly varied spaces and budgets may spark an idea or two for  

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  • Home Improvement

    Survey shows most think of their dad as Tim Taylor from Home Improvement

    TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – With Father’s Day just around the corner, residents seem to have dad on the brain. TopCashback.com says it recently conducted a survey to find the nation’s favorite things about dads and how respondents plan to celebrate on Father’s Day. Most dads said they just want to spend time with family on their special day. According to TopCashback, 21% of dads said they do not want any gifts for Father’s Day and 82% said they just want to spend time with their family. TopCashback said that while dads may not want gifts, 80% of residents still plan  

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