In a time like this, it makes sense to go electric as your daily driver but if you aren’t ready to go all-out electric, then perhaps you can take baby steps by going hybrid. If so, Honda has just the cool hybrid for you. Well, that’s if you live in Europe or in South East …
This is the new 2023 BMW 7 Series and it is a special series because, both its six and eight-cylinder engines now feature 48V mild-hybrid technology, and for the first time, it includes an all-electric i7 xDrive60. That’s right plug-in hybrid AND a fully electric model in the lineup.
Following its electric land speed record contender, the WMC250EV, which has a gaping hole through it, UK-based White Motorcycle Concepts is pitching a more practical for real-world use vehicle – that also has a hole through the vehicle.
Anyone who is looking to get a Porsche Panamera may want to hold out a little longer. Porsche has recently unveiled the Porsche Panamera: the Platinum Edition which not only looks super sleek and classy but also comes with some extras as standard.
Honda is no stranger to making things that fly. After setting its foot firmly in the private jet’s arena, the automobile company has revealed its plan for a “new mobility ecosystem”.
If you are stuck in time like me, you probably have forgotten that Honda NSX did get a second generation. That was in 2016 after the first-gen was discontinued in 2005. It continues to exist as Acura NSX in North America because, well, it is a supercar.
The beauty about stateside is, pickup trucks are not just workhorses. They are a symbol of versatility, ruggedness, and all-thing adventure. It was with these qualities in mind that Tundra was born. The Tundra here is not a natural phenomenon; it is Toyota’s pickup truck.
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.