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Questions to Ask Your Car Mechanic & Important PickUp Truck Replacement Parts

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A Week With: 2022 Chevrolet Equinox RS AWD

The Chevrolet Equinox has managed to hold its own in a very competitive segment. In fact, it’s been GM’s top-selling non-pickup truck the past several years. After spending a week in the 2022 Equinox RS AWD, we can offer some insights as to why. Check out the review at TheDetroitBureau.com.

How many robots does it take to run a grocery store?

How many robots does it take to run a grocery store? If you said 20 years ago robots would run a grocery store most people would have looked at you and walked away.  Robots are throughout the supply chain and continue to increase. Robots, Automation and Innovation A 360° tour of Ocado’s automated warehouse. Automating [...]

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Check Out What’s New in Fortnite Battle Royale Chapter 3 – Season 2: Resistance

It’s time to put all you’ve learned to practice quelling the Imagined Order. Take on your opponents in the ultimate battle for the Zero Point in Fortnite Chapter 3 – Season 2: Resistance! Overshield Has Your Back Building has been disabled, so it’s time to unleash a new defense: the Overshield. This new line of […]

Rivian is one of few pure EV makers that outsourced its electric motors

Pure electric vehicle companies have adopted numerous strategies to stand apart from the competition. Tesla makes a lot of its components in-house, including its vehicles’ electric motors. Even Lucid Motors, which is still ramping the Air’s production ramp, has been proudly highlighting that its electric motors, which were also developed in-house, are amazingly compact and […]

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Fortnite Season 2 Week 1 Challenges: IO Airships, Siege Cannons, And More

Fortnite Season 2 has arrived. And while that means a whole heck of a lot of new stuff is now in the game, it also means reliable weekly challenges are here to grant you a bundle of XP in a hurry. The debut seasonal quests include using new features like tactical sprinting, spending good old-fashioned gold bars, and opening chests on IO airships. Here we'll guide you through how to complete all of the Week 1 Fortnite challenges.

Fortnite Season 2 Week 1 challenges

There are seven weekly (seasonal) quests in Week 1. Each is worth 20,000 XP for a total of 140,000 XP, a slight decrease compared to last season's weekly gains. However, daily quests award a bit more than before too. Of the nine challenges listed below, the bottom two will not be used in-game unless others prove to be glitched. Epic uses them as hot-swaps for broken quests.

  • Spend gold bars (500) - 20,000 XP
  • Collect a Drum Shotgun and a Combat SMG in a single match (2) - 20,000 XP
  • Mantle onto a ledge within three seconds of sprinting (3) - 20,000 XP
  • Use a Repair Torch to fix a vehicle (200) - 20,000 XP
  • Search chests on IO airships (3) - 20,000 XP
  • Deal damage to IO forces (500) - 20,000 XP
  • Launch yourself 150 meters from a Siege Cannon (150) - 20,000 XP
  • Search chests or ammo boxes at named locations (10) - 20,000 XP
  • Damage opponents with a shotgun or SMG (1000)
IO airships hover over all IO-controlled regions.

As soon as you drop in, look for a place to sprint and mantle three times. Your reach is pretty athletic and there's no shortage of qualifying locations. I completed this one around Chonker's Speedway by jumping to rock ledges, for what it's worth.

You can spend gold bars the same way you always would: Collect them by completing bounties and searching in beds and couches, then buy items from upgrade stations, NPCs, or vending machines. Collecting a Drum Gun and an SMG is simple luck of the draw, but you can speed up the process by searching chests, which are usually packed with a few weapons each. Do so within named locations and you'll work toward that related challenge too. Deal damage with either to work toward the last challenge in the list shown above.

Searching chests should also get you a Repair Torch eventually, and despite what the challenge says, you can actually use it on cars that have taken no damage, so find a nearby car or truck and "fix" it the same way you'd fill it with gas. IO forces are stationed all over the island, including Doctor Slone and some cronies south of Logjam Lumberyard, but if you drop onto one of the baddies' airships, you can deal 500 damage to the henchmen while also opening chests for two separate challenges. These airships also contain Siege Cannons, making the related launch distance challenge trivially easy.

In all, this week's challenges are pretty straightforward once you learn where all the new toys are located. For more on Fortnite Season 2, check out our weapons guide, battle pass overview, and map changes breakdown.

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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 12 Graphs That Explain the State of AI in 2022 Eliza Strickland | IEEE Spectrum “The 2022 AI Index, which came out this week, is as impressive as ever, with 190 pages covering R&D, technical performance, ethics, policy, education, and the economy. I’ve done you a favor by reading every page of the report […]

Gas-Sipping Haulers: Five Most Economical Pickup Trucks

With fuel prices rising faster than our political discourse, it’s time to seek out the pickup trucks that are the most economical to feed. TheDetroitBureau.com has the results.

German steel company adds magnetised reach stacker

Sigma Weiterverarbeitungs GmbH & Co KG, a steel manufacturing company based in south-western Germany,... Read more »

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Podcast | The Truck Driver Shortage: Problem and Solutions

The U.S. is around 80,000 commercial truck drivers short of what's needed to meet current demand. And requirements for the future will send that number soaring.

Team Mitsubishi Ralliart to compete in the Asia Cross Country Rally

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TOKYO, Mar 18, 2022 - (JCN Newswire) - Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (hereafter, Mitsubishi Motors) today announced that Team Mitsubishi Ralliart backed by Mitsubishi Motors' technical support will compete in the Asia Cross Country Rally (AXCR) 2022, scheduled to be held from August 6 to 12, with Mitsubishi Motors' global strategic model, Triton* 1-ton pickup truck. Team Mitsubishi Ralliart is a private team owned by TANT SPORTS in Thailand and appoints Hiroshi Masuoka - a two-time Dakar Rally champion driver in 2002 and 2003 - as team director.

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AXCR is a cross country rally event certified by the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA). Mainly set in Thailand, the competition is held in the hot and humid climate unique to Southeast Asia and on grueling off-road courses in the mountains and jungles. Mitsubishi Motors will leverage the feedback earned through this rally competition to further refine its strengths including body and chassis rigidity, controllability as well as off-road performance.

"For many years, Mitsubishi Motors competed in the World Rally Championship and the Dakar Rally, winning championships in both of them and improving the driving performance of Mitsubishi cars that can be enjoyed with peace of mind in any weather or road conditions," said Hiroshi Masuoka, team director of Team Mitsubishi Ralliart. "Mitsubishi Motors' participation in the AXCR in the form of technical support will strengthen our product uniqueness, especially for ASEAN strategic models including 1-ton pickup truck and SUVs. Team Mitsubishi Ralliart will make preparations to meet the expectations of our fans, so please stay tuned."

Mitsubishi Motors revived its Ralliart brand in November 2021 and started sales of special editions in Thailand and accessory parts in Japan. By participating in motor sport activities through technical support for Team Mitsubishi Ralliart, Mitsubishi Motors will showcase its engineering spirit and excitement provided by Mitsubishi cars.

Video message for Team Mitsubishi Ralliart's participation in the AXCR
URL: https://youtu.be/x7CB6pLleC0

*Sold as L200 in some markets.

About Mitsubishi Motors

Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (TSE:7211), MMC-a member of the Alliance with Renault and Nissan-, is a global automobile company based in Tokyo, Japan, which has more than 30,000 employees and a global footprint with production facilities in Japan, Thailand, Indonesia, mainland China, the Philippines, Viet Nam and Russia. MMC has a competitive edge in SUVs, pickup trucks and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, and appeals to ambitious drivers willing to challenge convention and embrace innovation. Since the production of our first vehicle more than a century ago, MMC has been a leader in electrification-launched the i-MiEV - the world's first mass-produced electric vehicle in 2009, followed by the Outlander PHEV - the world's first plug-in hybrid electric SUV in 2013. MMC announced a three-year business plan in July 2020 to introduce more competitive and cutting-edge models, including the Eclipse Cross PHEV (PHEV model), the all-new Outlander and the all-new Triton/L200.

For more information on MMC, please visit the company's website at
https://www.mitsubishi-motors.com/en/


Copyright 2022 JCN Newswire. All rights reserved. www.jcnnewswire.comMitsubishi Motors Corporation (hereafter, Mitsubishi Motors) today announced that Team Mitsubishi Ralliart backed by Mitsubishi Motors' technical support will compete in the Asia Cross Country Rally (AXCR) 2022, scheduled to be held from August 6 to 12, with Mitsubishi Motors' global strategic model, Triton* 1-ton pickup truck.
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