From China, an electric supercar inspired by the Ferrari SF90

From China, an electric supercar inspired by the Ferrari SF90

From China

Chinese carmaker GAC (Guangzhou Auto Corporation) will unveil an all-electric supercar under the Aion brand later this year, capable of accelerating from 0-100km / h in 1.9 seconds. Officially known as the AS9 and confirmed by the president of the Guangzhou Automobile Group, the official teaser shows a silhouette very similar to that of the Ferrari SF90 Stradale.

The design of the supercar looks like an evolution of the GAC Enpulse concept that debuted at the 2020 Beijing Auto Show, although this was equipped with a removable roof. According to the brand, this model could compete with the Tesla Roadster thanks to an entirely similar level of performance.

According to Car News China reports, the GAC supercar will cost around ¥ 1,000,000 (130,000 euros) with the first deliveries scheduled for the end of 2022 or the beginning of 2023. Compared to Rimac Nevera ( over $ 2 million) and Lotus Evija (€ 2.5 million), this model appears much cheaper although the models mentioned are limited production hypercars.

Rapper Joe Budden slammed for saying K-pop band BTS is from China

BTS fans are calling out rapper and media personality Joe Budden, who on a recent episode of his podcast referred to the K-pop band as being from China.

“I know they big, I know it’s China, I don’t wanna see it,” Budden said while ranting about the band, whose members are South Korean.

On an episode of “The Joe Budden” podcast Wednesday, the 41-year-old rapper, best know for 2003’s “Pump It Up,” talked about how much he dislikes the group, which has broken records as the most popular K-pop band in the U.S.

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“I hate them ...,” he said. “I don’t wanna see them dance moves. I don’t wanna see you come down from the sky in a little umbrella.”

Budden didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

His co-hosts pushed him to explain his reasoning, even correcting him and telling him “it’s Korea.” But Budden doubled down, saying, “I don’t wanna see KoreaNSYNC.”

“I hate them. I don’t have to divulge my reason,” he said.

In response to criticism, he said on Twitter that he wouldn’t be “bullied” out of his music opinion, and then responded to one Twitter user’s comments, saying, “Oh stop it, I made a mistake and was corrected.“

Fans known as the BTS Army quickly caught onto the comments and hammered Budden on social media, arguing that the rapper is just jealous of the group’s success and praising his co-hosts for calling him out. Some even thought his name was a typo for Joe Biden.

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