Traditionally, racing cars have always been as a show of automobiles’ technologically advancements. Think Subaru WRX, Ford Focus and Mitsubishi Evolution series, and you know what we mean. As the world progresses into mainstream electric vehicle, the strategy remains the same.
Remember we posted about how those crazy Russian car builders have hatched a plan to make a Tesla Cybertruck replica out of a UAZ? Well, it is done now and as far as video is concerned, it is looking pretty convincing.
And we thought the Hummer brand is dead. Apparently it isn’t. OK. Technically, the brand is still dead. But it is making a come back. This time, it will go straight under the wings of GMC and not quite as a brand itself.
Renault-owned Alpine has brought a new A110-based show car to this year’s International Automobile Festival of the Invalides (Paris). Dubbed the Alpine A110 SportsX Show Car, this wide-bodied and raised A110 was inspired by the winning A110 of the 1973 Monte Carlo Rally.
Morgan Motor Company. It is the go-to marque if you want the vintage motor vehicle look without having to put with the “illness” associated with actual vintage cars. You know how it is with very old cars. They are high maintenance. Anyways, we are here to discuss maintenance cost.
Airbus may not have a new passenger jet to show off like Boeing has. However, it does have a new aircraft that just entered the service. This newest family member is the Airbus BelugaXL aka the flying whale.
In face of labor crunch in the farming industry, agricultural equipment maker Kubota has proposed the Kubota X Tractor. Kubota X Tractor is a futuristic concept tractor that is electrically powered by a combination of lithium-ion batteries and solar batteries.
By now, Boeing 737 MAX had pretty much smeared the reputation of Boeing. But we are not here to dig into that. There’s something a little more uplifting coming from the American aircraft maker over the last weekend.
In Spider-Man: Far From Home, the fictional swarming drones was as impressive as it is scary. And if you wish that is not the future we heading, well, we have bad news: the military wanted that kind of technology.
Here’s a new subcompact car from Toyota for everyone else outside of Japan to drool over. It is the Toyota GR Yaris Special Edition, a homologation model of the FIA WRC, developed from the ground up with Tommi Mäkinen Racing. See why you should be drooling over this ride now?