In 1980, way before hybrid and electric vehicles become a thing… engine builder, Briggs & Stratton, have conceived a six-wheeled hybrid vehicle. TBH, I have never heard of Briggs & Stratton, let alone that it actually had a hybrid concept way back in 1980. In 1980! Imagine that! Now, that’s forward thinking.
January 30, 2020 marked the 100th years of Mazda. Like fellow automaker, Toyota, Mazda did not start out as an automobile manufacturer. It was a maker of artificial cork and it wasn’t known as Mazda 100 years ago.
Koenigsegg is best known for two-seater super fast, exotic cars surprises the world with The Gemera, a 4-seater “Mega-GT.” Packing a ludicrous combine electric and I.C. power of 1,700 horsepower and even more ludicrous torque of 3600 Nm (2,655.22 lb-ft), The Gemera rockets to 0-62 (0-100 kph) in mere 1.9 seconds and has a top […]
We have never been excited over a Hyundai since like, well, forever, but I am now (excited) with the Hyundai Prophecy Concept Electric Vehicle. You can say it is a surged of nostalgia because, the silhouette definitely reminds us of the Hyundai Tiburon, otherwise known as Hyundai Coupé or Tuscani and Turbulence in some Asian […]
There used to be joke that KTM, the Austria motorcycle company best known for off-road motorcycles, stands for “kick ten more,” because of how hard it was to kick start their motorbikes. But that was early on when bikes were mostly kick start. Anywho, KTM has just announced a new race car.
OK. I am not being totally accurate with the post title. The chassis of the Czinger 21C Hypercar is not entirely 3D-printed. However, it is totally true that a large chunk of it was produced with additive manufacturing process.
Australia was the sixth largest market for Lotus in 2019 and to celebrate this (don’t ask why not the no. 1 market?), the British sports car maker has introduced “a highly exclusive limited edition” Lotus Elise Cup 250 Bathurst Edition.
I will be honest. 13 ponies bumped is not the main reason we got drawn to the new Ford GT. It was the limited edition Ford GT Liquid Carbon that piqued our interests. While all Ford GT has a lightweight sculpted carbon fiber body, the Liquid Carbon is completely void of paint color.
Think your Hyundai compact hatch is bland? Well, here’s Hyundai showing that its car can look good sporty and packs a lot of punch. Not that you should be doing this to your Hyundai i30, but it is nice to look at.
Here’s another high fashion meets automobile. This one was a collaboration between Teddy Santis, founder and creative director of New York fashion label Aimé Leon Dore (ALD), and Porsche AG.