There is a first hydrogen race car planned for Le Mans in 2024 and the car you see here, the Hopium Māchina, aims to be part of the race. The car is by HMC (Hydrogen Motive Company) group, a recently established company of French racing driver Olivier Lombard, under its new Hopium brand.
You read that right. Tesla has finally revealed a much anticipated, super fast version of the Model S. Dubbed the Plaid, this handsome fellow has a peak power of 1,100 ponies. 1,100! That is absolutely bonkers!
Kia Motors have just unveiled a new ride that tops the look of the Kia Stinger with the power to match too. Meet the 2021 Kia K5. Billed as the marque’s most powerful mid-size sedan ever, the K5 is indeed a sight to behold.
Two years ago, Honda Civic Type R BTCC gave us a glimmer of hope that the FK Civic design disaster could be actually be saved. Could. Though I am not sure how you can get your hands on a kit like that to make your FK look good and perhaps even further build on its […]
While Polestar 1 and Polestar 2 are standalone products of Polestar, you have to admit that they they do have hints of its parent company, Volvo Cars, in them. Not the new Polestar Precept, though.
The 2020 Honda Civic Type R will be landing at America’s dealers with upgraded performance, along with Honda Sensing and new LogR Datalogging Smartphone App. The latter is a Type R exclusive.
Lucid Motors is almost ready to give Tesla Motors a run for its money. The Newark, California-based electric vehicle maker (formerly, Atieva) has announced that it is taking reservations for its first EV, Lucid Air sports sedan.
If you are planning to go green with your transportation, but not quite ready to go all the way electric and also has the money to drop, then you may want to take a look at the new 2020 Karma Revero GTS Electric Vehicle.
Gran coupe. The one automotive colloquialism that I can never agree that is a thing. But what the hell, it’s just marketing mambo jumbos anyways. Since it is thing (not by my choosing. I digress), I will take it that it is understood to be a sporty vehicle of higher classes.
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?