It’s OK that you can’t make it to the U.K. for the Bond exhibition because you can still drive away an expensive No Time To Die memorabilia: the Land Rover Defender V8 Bond Edition.
So you think the giant kidney grille on the new BMW is fugly? Perhaps a futuristic touch, such as the one seen on the new 2022 BMW iX, will make it look a little less ugly? I think it does alleviate the look – thanks to the lack of openings required by an IC vehicles.
Two weeks ago, an all-electric G-Class was announced by Mercedes-Benz along with the Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S E Performance and the Concept Mercedes-Maybach EQS. We did not share the news with you immediately because there isn’t much to share except for Daimler is moving forward with the electric G-class.
Electric EVs have been the rage of the automotive market in recent years. With Tesla already dominating the EV sales charts, the German giant Volkswagen releasing its all-new ID.4, and the Chevrolet Bolt emerging as the new affordable EV, almost why would anyone pay attention to any other EV? However, when the new EV comes …
Since becoming a sub-brand of Mercedes-Benz, Maybach never really had a model that it could call it’s own. That may change with the Concept Mercedes-Maybach EQS.
Are you planning to buy a new car? Will you be driving the new car around the city but are confused about what would be the apt car for driving around the city? Are you excited about the all-new Jeep Wrangler but doubt its use and practicality for city driving?
When we talk about the “potential” of a SUV, we are probably looking how many people it can carry and/or how much cargo space it had, or perhaps how it could be turned into a base camp. Volkswagen has a very different idea, though.
Those living in the Middle East who wished for the power of a sports car but with the practicality of a SUV, like the ability to seat eight, Nissan in Middle East has good news for you.
If you haven’t already heard, Mitsubishi Motors UK is ending U.K. car sales this autumn. I know right. I was just as shocked. It is hard imagine the once prominent automaker that was the shiny star in rally races had to downsize its production.
While Lexus is one of the pioneer in luxury hybrid vehicles, it is not known for EVs. Especially not in stateside where its first UX 300e is not available. But with the unveiling of the Lexus LF-Z Electrified BEV Concept, there’s a new hope for a Lexus BEV in North America.