What you missed on 4.27.15
Mercedes created a new market niche with its first four-door coupe, a sedan so well-proportioned, flowing, and femininely curved that it could pull off its inaccurate moniker. The third evolution of the CLS you see here draws unlikely comparisons to Brigitte Nielsen, believe it or not, by our very own Seyth Miersma.
Tesla gets hacked on Twitter
Tesla paid $10,000 last year to a team from Zhejiang University in China for successfully hacking a Model S, and soon after the automaker proclaimed that it was working to make the luxury EV uncrackable. On April 25, hackers were able to gain access to the business's Twitter account and media relations email.
Unemployed Top Gear Hosts make some money
Whether Top Gear ever makes it back on the air or not, James May and Richard Hammond will likely be out of work for a while. Little wonder, then, that they're trying to raise a bit of extra cash with the sale of some of their motorcycles. All told they brought in £77,625.
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