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.
There is talk about Apple making electric vehicle. Meanwhile, its China-equivalent Huawei, already have a car – though not quite an EV and also, it is not quite a Huawei-branded EV. It is a plug-in hybrid, featuring a suite of Huawei’s technology.
There is no replacement for the exhilaration a powerful internal combustion engine brings, but you can do so while being a littler kinder to the environment with the new 2022 Ferrari 296 GTB.
China’s oldest automaker Hongqi has come a long way. Started in the 50s primarily to build cars for CCP, it was revived in the 90s and today, it has grown to include, wait for it… a supercar.
Vertical Take Off and Landing (VTOL) aircraft is not new. So is eVTOL with wings loaded with vertical lift rotors. But Cavorite X5 eVTOL from Canadian aerospace company is not the regular wings-with-vertical-lift rotors VTOL. It has a patents-pending wing system, a fan-in-wing design, that promised “highly efficient operational flight.”
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.
The moment I lay eyes on the Lamborghini V12 Vision GT Supercar, I thought it spells “alien.” I know both the Lamborghini V12 Vision GT Supercar and Cybertruck are different category altogether, but man, in the design perspective, they represent the extreme ends of the spectrum.
Four and a half decades and seven generations culminated to this: the eighth-generation Volkswagen Golf, AKA VW Golf Mk8. The look is distinctively Golf with a hint of Scirocco.
If there’s one thing automakers know better other than making automobiles, it would be finding things to celebrate about and rolling out special edition rides. I am cool with that. Like, how else would you get the bragging rights to owning something “special” while also getting a bunch of non-standard equipment/extras for the same price?
Surely, it is a start to electrification of future Lamborghini supercars? No? Whatever it is, now eco-conscious speed-demon who have a penchant for very expensive, exotic sports car with insane performance can look to the new Lamborghini Sián, the Italian supercar maker’s first hybrid super sports car.