5 years in development and testing, and after going through three generations of powertrain technology, 18 prototypes, 45 physical crash tests, and over 1.6 million collective hours of R&D, the first production-ready Rimac Nevera has rolled off the production line.
Do you folks still remember Volkswagen Phaeton? It was the brand’s first luxury sedan that was dropped in 2016 when the German automaker shifted its focus on electric mobility.
You may have heard of it already. Maserati has its first compact SUV. It is called Grecale. It is now making its debut in the U.K. at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. And it will not be there for show and tell; it will take on the famous hill climb.
Mercedes–AMG is marking the end of the W/S 214 performance model series (i.e. current E-class and AMG Biturbo V8 models) with the Mercedes-AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+ Final Edition.
Celebrating 50 years of BMW M GmbH, the performance division of BMW is offering a special-edition car based on its high-performance models in the premium midsize segment.
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.
Strange that we have anxiety when driving an electric car even though it has almost the same range as internal combustion cars. Oh, right. It is the charging that is the issue. You can’t bring a jerry can to top it up when you run out of juice in the middle of the highway.
Mercedes-Benz is moving fast and furious with its electrification plan. The company planned to produce only electric vehicles from 2025. For the more immediate future, the group will have battery electric vehicles (BEV) in all segments the company serves by 2022.
Arguably one of the most prolific creatives/designers of our time, Virgil Abloh, has left behind quite some legacy. The Mercedes-Maybach Limited-edition Maybach by Virgil Abloh you see here is one of his last creations before his untimely passing in November 2021.
Put your black card away. Not because we didn’t think you can afford the new 2022 Aston Martin V12 Vantage but because all 333 units have been spoken for. It was on closed book order but it got sold out in a jiffy. The demand is fueled by the fact that it is the last …