There are nice cars out there that won’t break the bank. Some people think nice cars are only for those who can afford them, but this is not true. There are many nice cars on the market that cost under $30,000 and they will still give you a nice ride!
Two weeks ago, an all-electric G-Class was announced by Mercedes-Benz along with the Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S E Performance and the Concept Mercedes-Maybach EQS. We did not share the news with you immediately because there isn’t much to share except for Daimler is moving forward with the electric G-class.
Joining the Nissan GT-R NISMO Special Edition is yet another limited edition GT-R, the Nissan GT-R T-spec Coupe that boasts two body colors, Millennium Jade and Midnight Purple, that will tickle the heart of old school GT-R lovers.
Electric EVs have been the rage of the automotive market in recent years. With Tesla already dominating the EV sales charts, the German giant Volkswagen releasing its all-new ID.4, and the Chevrolet Bolt emerging as the new affordable EV, almost why would anyone pay attention to any other EV? However, when the new EV comes …
Since becoming a sub-brand of Mercedes-Benz, Maybach never really had a model that it could call it’s own. That may change with the Concept Mercedes-Maybach EQS.
For petrol heads, it is hard to let go of the good’ol gas-powered engine and move on to the obvious future of motoring: electric drive. But here’s a ride that will make acclimatization to the inevitable future easier: the 2022 Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S E Performance.
If you’ve spent sleepless nights thinking about what to do with your old and useless car, there’s a simple solution for it. You would not have to worry about it wasting space and creating unhygienic conditions. Instead, you can sell it to a junkyard and make a profit out of it.
If you want a hot hatch that performs, then there is no doubt that the 2022 Volkswagen Golf R is the go-to ride. But at a price that is more than that of a Ford Mustang GT Premium Fastback, it will kind of make you wonder about your life decisions.
What you see here is a bespoke commission McLaren by North American McLaren retailer, McLaren Beverly Hills. Created by McLaren Special Operations (MSO), this bespoke supercar (more like hypercar, really) dubbed ‘Albert’ Speedtail is inspired by the first attribute testing prototype vehicle name, well, ‘Albert’.
Ten years ago, we saw an amphibious motorhome that did not hide the fact that it was a bus that swims. As it turns out, in a time way before the birth of Terra Wind, there was a similar concept called “Boaterhome” coming from an Idaho outfit called Highwave Boaterhome 2000.