VW's latest 2015 Passat for Europe gets unveiled. The automaker wants to extend their reach over to more premium offerings like the BMW 3-Series, Mercedes-Benz C-Class and sister company Audi's A4.
"The new Passat gives the right answers to the major automotive trends of its time," commented VW G...
Audi's TT RS 420 Concept at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year took everyone by surprise. It was powered by a two liter four-cylinder from the EA888 engine sitting in various forms under the hoods of the current Audi S3, VW Golf R and Seat Leon Cupra.
Tesla Motors have stopped production of the Model S to prepare for the Model X crossover and to add robots to ramp up the Model S production. Production is scheduled to resume in two weeks.
“This represents the single biggest investment in the plant since we really started operations and enables us for higher volumes. It gets us ready to build X and to do it on the same line as the S,” Tesla spokesman Simon Sproule told Bloomberg.
Rumor has it that BMW is mulling a beefier plug-in hybrid supercar to slot above the i8. It could be called the i9. The report says that the i9 would be bigger, faster and more powerful and would use a similar engine / motor layout as the i8.
Will autonomous cars be safe? The technology that makes it possible is almost here, but there may be more legal implications to face before it hits the road. The FBI is saying that it could revolutionize high-speed car chases within a matter of years and criminals could use them as "lethal weapons".
Aston Martin has plans to revive the Lagonda nameplate with a new sports sedan. The automaker says that it is "the stunning luxury super saloon revives the Lagonda ethos of ‘the finest of fast cars’ and will be offered exclusively in the Middle East, as a result of specific market demand."
Darth Vader finally gets his own car and it was created by Hot Wheels at first as a toy, and now a life sized variant. It is powered by an LS3 engine with 526 horsepower and is completely operational. Check it out below:
Porsche showed off its 2015 Cayenne prior to its first public outing at the Paris Motor Show in October. They reworked the Cayenne's body by giving it an edgier look and added two new powertrains under the hood, including a petrol-electric plug-in hybrid and a twin-turbocharged 3.6 liter V6.