First test drive of the Rimac Nevera with Nico Rosberg

First test drive of the Rimac Nevera with Nico Rosberg

The first lucky owner to park the Rimac Nevera is Nico Rosberg. In recent days, the Formula 1 world champion published a video of his arrival at Rimac headquarters, and promised that he was going to publish a second video, this time with the car in motion. Accompanied by Mate Rimac, Nico Rosberg took the … Read More

Community gardens | Meetings in the vegetable garden

Community gardens |  Meetings in the vegetable garden

Enjoying sunny weather, The Press went to meet urban gardeners. Beginners or experienced, often passionate, these lovers of greenery stretch out the beautiful season in a community vegetable garden in the heart of the metropolis. They have a relationship with their little piece of nature in the city that extends far beyond an interest in … Read More

Father (not pantout) unworthy | The Press

Strong enough for me, but designed for him

If you know a mother, and you certainly know one, you know maternal guilt. This feeling of not always being up to the task, of having possibly failed in the task, of not having done everything, at all times and in all circumstances, so that your child has access to the best for its well-being, … Read More

Sally Carrera from the movie Cars comes to life and will be auctioned

The Porsche 911 di Cars is a one-off reale per beneficenza

Among the most iconic movie cars in history are certainly those of Cars. The film produced by Pixar Animation Studios has thrilled adults and children alike, and one of the most beloved characters is Sally Carrerathe “flame” of Lightning McQueen. Thanks to the collaboration between Porsche and Pixar, Sally has become a true unique piece … Read More

Carte blanche to Audrée Wilhelmy | The harbors

Carte blanche to Audrée Wilhelmy |  The harbors

With their unique pen and their own sensitivity, artists present to us, in turn, their vision of the world around us. This week, we are giving carte blanche to Audrée Wilhelmy. We inhabit our body as we hold a house. With more or less ardor depending on the age, noticing different details each season. Time … Read More

Olive oil test: Cheap products convince experts

Olive oil test: Cheap products convince experts

Stiftung Warentest Stiftung Warentest examined 27 products, both premium brands and milder and cheaper olive oils. Overall, the testers convinced 15 products, for which they gave the verdict “good”. That’s more than half, including many organic oils. The Spanish organic oil Species-appropriate Phenolio (to Amazon) for 48 euros per liter and the Italian Selezione Gustini … Read More

James May hospitalized after accident while filming

James May hospitalized after accident while filming

Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond are filming a new season of the now famous show The Grand Tour. According to British newspaper The Sun, the trio were recording footage at a disused naval base in Olavsvern near the city of Tromsø, Norway. Everyone had to drive at full speed inside a narrow, rocky … Read More

Concept Car Mini Aceman: The game is open

Nissan hybridizes the small SUV Juke

MWith the Mini, BMW has succeeded in doing what has thoroughly failed with Rover. The British brand is alive and well, in seventh place in the German registration ranking for 2022, but only if the actual Mini and the Countryman SUV are added together. In the brand ranking, with almost 20,000 sales, it is only … Read More

Please stop watering your asphalt

Ambulances |  A turn is urgent

In France, the Loire is dry. In London, the lawn of Hyde Park is yellow and dry as hay. In Romania, water is rationed. In Italy, a state of emergency has been declared. “Let’s wake up,” recently launched Gavin Newsom, governor of California, a state that has been battling drought for 20 years. It is … Read More