Lunaz 300-mile electric drive sparks new life into classic Rolls-Royces

To ensure that future generations never want for the timeless style of generations past, Lunaz has launched ahead with its all-electric Rolls-Royce restomods. Rarely are we surprised these days at classic cars electrified to modern-day standards, but the proposition of packing all-electric power below the hulking, voluptously-flanked bodies of 1960s-era Rolls-Royces was quite unexpected. The all-electric Rolls-Royce Phantom V is more than just a showpiece, packing enough power and range for practical on-road touring, whether driven by its owner or their personal chauffeur.

We saw a sneak peek of Lunaz’s past-reviving electric future last October, and last week the company announced the official start of production on 30 planned fully electrified Rolls-Royce restomods. The models will include classic Phantoms and Silver Clouds in various body styles, from four-door limousines to drophead coupes.

Number one of 30 is a thoroughly modernized 1961 Rolls-Royce Phantom V. The painstaking process behind this car,

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Topeka transportation service takes financial hit from pandemic

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT)- Many small businesses have taken a hit financially due to the pandemic. One people might not think about as often is a travel service, like Cortez Transportation Company in Topeka.

The company relies heavily on weddings and parties for its business, but the drivers haven’t seen many of those since early March. Owner Carlos Cortez said his company is currently down 74% in revenue this year and he has already applied for loans.

“We got the host fund, the PPP plan and there are different grants we are still applying for now,” said Cortez. “The city grant is still available and the state grant is still available.”

To stay afloat financially in the middle of the pandemic, he is finding new ways to utilize his fleet of cars he has to typically shuttle people around. He is teaming up with local restaurants to deliver food.

One restaurant

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Increase in bicycle sales adding pressure to supply chains

A continued cycle of buying necessities to help aide people during the pandemic has stopped some worldwide suppliers in their tracks. Bike manufacturers are in a standstill. 

Bike sales booming in East Texas



Joshua Phillips, owner of Cycology in Tyler, says inventory has slowed down but somehow business is on a roll.

“When the pandemic happened, people kind of started coming into the store and purchasing bikes left and right,” Phillips said.

It didn’t just occurred in Tyler but around the nation.

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People rushed to bike shops searching for the two wheeled mode of transportation just as much as people rushed to by food and toilet paper. Research states, leisure bike sales grew by 203%, children’s bikes 107% and certain mountain bikes more than 150 %. Bringing in revenue upwards of $1 billion in just one

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Car crashes into Bel Air Little Caesars

A car crashed Monday morning into a Little Caesars restaurant on Red Pump Road in Bel Air.


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SkyTeam 11 video shows a car fully into the restaurant.

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The Harford County Sheriff’s Office said deputies were dispatched at 10:04 a.m. to the unit block of Red Pump Road in Bel Air.

An initial investigation indicates the driver suffered from a medical emergency, causing his vehicle to move forward, striking another vehicle before entering the Little Caesars.

Additional damage was done to a boutique next door to the Little Caesars.

The driver of the vehicle was taken to Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

No injuries were reported as a result of the crash.


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