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Kandi America has presented a third fully electric offering to its small, curious lineup. It's called the Off-Road EV K32, and it joins the company's K23 and K27 NEVs (Neighborhood Electric Vehicles). The K32 is an electric truck, and for truck people who love all-things truck and have a palette for all types of truck candy, this thing might slowly grow sweeter and sweeter.

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Born in London in April 1926, Queen Elizabeth II succeeded to the British throne in 1952 and was crowned in 1953. Now 96 years old, she is Britain's longest-reigning king and is among the 100 richest people in the world. Her assets include the Crown Estate estate, the Crown Jewels and the Royal Art collection. The assets are not the Queen's personal property, which she cannot sell or otherwise dispose of at will. Instead, they are managed in trust and left to future royals to cover expenses such as staffing, travel and palace maintenance.

The British government spends more than 100 million pounds a year on the royal family. Queen Elizabeth II is fond of corgis, she has owned more than 30 corgis, each corgi from birth to death cost close to 870,000 pounds, the Queen went everywhere, her dog is also a special plane transport, a trip alone cost around 60,000 pounds for fuel.

Henry's wedding in 2018 cost £2.4 million to decorate his home and more than £10 million to complete. The Queen's jet costs £1million a year to maintain, and she barely flies, but keeps spending. Drinks alone cost £800,000 a year on royal banquets and an average of £400,000 on a royal trip abroad. The biggest killer is the upkeep of Buckingham Palace, which costs around £2 million at a time.

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In the British mind, their loyalty is to the queen, not to the government. Although she has no real power, the Queen represents the dignity and national dignity of Britain internationally. The 95-year-old, who can't even sneeze, has spent much of her life on the frontlines of maintaining the last vestige of the British Empire. Queen Elizabeth II is the biggest reason for the survival of the Commonwealth, according to an American expert on international geopolitics, meaning Australia's "sons of England" may have to say goodbye "once London Bridge falls".
 
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