After the success with other hybrid models, BMW has released the new BMW X5 xDrive40e plug-in hybrid model.
Closing to the end of its production life, the Chevrolet Camaro is in its fifth generation and the sales are still going strong entirely.
The Volvo V60 and S60 Polestar are showcased in a beautiful winter scenery, thanks to a Dejan Sokolovski made photoshoot.
It seems that the year started great for a few car manufacturers, with Porsche being part of that, all with some amazing delivery numbers overall
The The Bugatti Grand Sport Vitesse “La Finale” will be the last Bugatti Veyron ever produced, marking the end of a rather exciting supercar as well
A new report says that Tesla Motors (NASDAQ: TSLA) will cut jobs in China. The highly touted technology company that produces one of the world’s most popular electric cars is about to lose 180 employees in the Middle Kingdom. Tesla currently has 600 employees in China, where the stated number of jobs to be cut is a rather high 30% of the employee numbers posted in China overall. According to various sources, Tesla Motors aims to restructure and tighten its position in that particular market with this move. The goal is to provide a boost in sales. But overall, the market will be the deciding
Goodyear revealed concept tires that show a way how tires could change change the heat into electricity, powering electric and plugin cars.
Check out this photoshoot of the Vorsteiner BMW GTRS4 Widebody mod.
This new hybrid from Volkswagen looks sporty and fun.
If Audi brings this car to market its competitors will struggle to catch up.
The era of the Bugatti Veyron supercar is coming to a close as the last vehicle runs off the production line.
Audi (ETR:NSU) has bought fuel-cell patents from Vancouver-based Ballard Power Systems (TSE:BLD), a company that is one of the world’s leading companies in the technology of proton exchange membrane fuel cells. Ballard provides clean energy products that reduce customer costs and risks, and helps customers solve difficult technical and business challenges in their fuel‑cell programs. The German car manufacturer Audi will push up investment in car-making operations by 2 billion euros ($2.44 billion) to a record 24 billion euros over the next five years. Most of these funds will be directed to their production plants in Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm which accounted for half the carmaker’s
For the upcoming LeMans 24 Hour race, Audi will enter three of it’s racing models
The Grand i10 competes in the subcompact hatch segment with class-leading comfort and amenities, which can justify its price relative to cars in its league. With its size and maneuverability, it should be easy to weave through traffic, and parking should be a breeze.
Chevrolet is taking on the BMW i3 with the Bolt.
CES 2015 featured an interesting announcement: LG Electronics now is the default supplier of 4G LTE connectivity for GM – ‘OnStar’ service is going global.
More than 1,900 applied, only 10 were chosen. The Extreme Tech Challenge finalists vying to pitch their company to Sir Richard Branson on Necker, his private island, includes Skully, a smart motorcycle helmet. Skully combines the latest in technology in one extreme helmet. To begin with let’s cover the basics. The streamlined helmet is water and dust proof with a comfortable NASA originated Outlast lining that is removable and washable. It comes in black or white and gives you a Darth Vadar appearance. Now, on to the technology. Essentially, the Skully AR-1 eliminates blind spots. The helmet sports a 180 degree rear view camera with
Honda’s latest generation Jazz ups cargo space, whilst retaining maneuverability and fuel economy.
Looking very similar to the BlackBerry Bold, the beleaguered company has announced its new BlackBerry Classic. It’s smaller and most importantly, sports a full QWERTY keyboard and navigation buttons that are not virtual. That’s right; you can do your input on physical keys once again. Aimed at diehard fans who held on to the original BlackBerry which had been considered the best game in town, the Classic is reminiscent in design. If the newer, bigger touchscreen devices are too bulky for your shirt pocket, the Classic’s touchscreen is only 3.5 inches leaving room for the retro keyboard. The sculptured keys are backlit and come with
In-vehicle broadband is a moving target. Many innovations will impact the future of the automotive market. Manufacturers, aftermarket providers and automobile owners are looking to the future.