Volvo has released its stylish, smart and purposeful XC60.
Volvo appeared at the Geneva 2017 Motor Show alongside their second generation of the Volvo XC60. This family SUV will sit beneath the XC90 in
In 2014 a 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO was sold at a Bonhams auction for a mammoth 38.1 million USD. Ferrari produced only 39 of these cars, which were designed to race and are the world’s most wanted cars. Capable of reaching 60mph in 6 seconds, the 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO is a gorgeous piece of extremely rare machinery and now there is one on the open market.
The national legislative body known as Germany’s Bundesrat has officially passed the resolution that will see internal combustion engines banned as of 2030 at the latest. The big question on everybody’s lips – will the rest of the EU follow with their vehicles?
Christmas came early this year, and we’re giving you a sneak peek of some of the new vehicles and concept cars that will be revealed at the Los Angeles Auto Show this November. Jeep, MINI, Subaru, Porsche, BMW, Mazda, Jeep, and Volkswagen are just some of the brands that will be on show at the LA Convention Centre, in the city of Angels, from 18 November – 27 November 2016. There will be more than 50 new cars at this year’s show, including 20 debuts.
The future of transportation has begun to embrace the inclusion of electric cars and the positive impact the electric movement is starting to have on the environment and the economy. With lower carbon emissions and less noise pollution as well as lower running costs due to falling battery costs, the future looks bright for electronic vehicles (EV).
Luxury car enthusiasts were thrilled this October with all the new concept cars, prototypes and especially electric cars that were revealed at the 2016 Paris Motor Show. It’s clear that the future of mobility will focus on concepts that involve – Electric, autonomous, shared and connected themes. Let’s get acquainted with our favourite new models from the Paris 2016 Motor Show.
Every time a new super car is introduced to the market, gearheads all over the world wait anxiously to hear all the details. Aston Martin’s mega-powered track star, the Vulcan (great for Star Trek fans, but more likely a reference to the loud Cold War bombs), does not disappoint.
Name aside, the Vulcan is expected to be one of Aston Martin’s most extreme vehicles. This limited edition track-only version of the Vulcan has clearly hit the market to take on the Ferrari FXXK and the likes.
Aston Martin will only produce 24 Vulcans and the billionaire buyers will also have the opportunity to tailor make their very own track day experience with their Vulcan. To quote the official release from Aston Martin, “the opportunity to precisely tailor their track-day experience through a graduating scale of detailed power and dynamic performance adjustments.”