Classics Coronavirus: In Moscow, one can win a car by vaccinating
The 2021 BMW M5 Competition is much easier to live with
Retuned suspension components make the BMW M5 a little softer, resulting in a much more comfortable daily driver.To give you some context, the previous M5 Competition was so stiffly sprung that it made this sport sedan almost unlivable day to day. Even in the suspension's default Comfort setting, you could feel every little bump and blemish. It was kind of a nightmare.
A technique used by the mayor of the city to hope to vaccinate more peopleepidemic - a technique used by the mayor of the city to hope to vaccinate more people
The Mayor of, Sergei Sobianine, announced Sunday the establishment of a lottery to win a car to encourage its administered to be vaccinated against , facing the rise in new contamination.
This announcement intervenes in the aftermath of Sergei Sobianine's decision to decreet a weekend from 12 to 20 June to stem the propagation of coronavirus in the Russian capital. "From June 14 to July 11, citizens who will have their first injection of theagainst CVIV-19 will be able to participate in the lottery to win a car," said Sergei Sobianine in a statement published on his official website.
Mercedes CLS gains starry grille and tech-loaded steering wheel for 2021
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The real gain is health
every week, five cars worth about 1 million rubles (11,500 euros) each will be at stake, according to the same source. "But of course, the main gain for those who will be vaccinated can not be comparable to any car. It is their own health and spiritual balance, "said the Mayor of Moscow.
For their part, the authorities of the Moscow region announced in the wake of putting in place a lottery to win a three-piece apartment for those who will have their first injection of the Vovid vaccine from June 15 to 25. This Saturday, Sergei Sobianine has already ordered the closure of playgrounds for children in shopping centers and parks until June 20, called employers to favor teleworking for their employees and banned restaurants to serve customers. 23:00 to 06:00.
Who's loving the semiconductor chip shortage? Car dealerships
With inventory so tight, car buyers are ready to pony up and pay sticker price.Reuters reported on the state of the industry on Monday and profiled a couple of dealerships caught in the middle of eager car buyers and too little inventory. It's a simple story of supply and demand: Automakers can't build enough new vehicles, due to chip shortages, and car buyers want them. In turn, many buyers have no problem paying sticker price and foregoing the wheeling and dealing that can knock a couple grand off the MSRP. Dealers get to keep even more cash in their pockets and buyers get their new car. Record profits ensue.
Barely 12% Primo-vaccinated Russians
The Moscow Town Hall also announced this week the reopening of campaign hospitals to accommodate COVID patients. Russia recorded Sunday 14,723 new cases of coronavirus, including 7,704 cases in Moscow, by far the worst focus of the epidemic in the country, and 953 cases in the Moscow region.
In total, Russia officially identified 5,208,687 cases of coronaviruses, including 126,430 deaths. The country is one of the most affected by the pandemic, but the vaccination campaign launched in December drags on the background of general mistrust of the population.
Since December, barely 18 million Russians, about 12% of the population, received at least one dose of VVID vaccine, according to official figures.hopes
2022 Toyota GR 86: More powerful sports car coming to America late this year .
More power and more torque should equal more fun.They're good specs if you're a fan of the slow-car-fast lifestyle. As we already knew, the car ditches its old 2.0-liter boxer-four engine for a larger displacement 2.4-liter unit. With the switch comes a power bump from 205 horsepower to 228 hp. Torque increases, too, which is perhaps more important for this car. The 2022 GR 86 -- that's its full name, by the way, and stands for "Gazoo Racing" -- makes 184 pound-feet of twist, compared to the old car's 156 lb-ft.