This is Audi's RS 7 Piloted Driving Concept car. It will lap the Hockenheim track on October 17 and 19 without a driver. According to Audi, it is the world's "sportiest piloted driving car". The car has 552hp and a top speed of 305km/h and it is identical to the production model, but its electrome...
Volkswagen's latest Sport rendition to the Coupé Concept GTE will boast an advanced plug-in hybrid system connecting a 3.0 liter turbocharged V6 engine with a pair of electric motors and a six-speed dual clutch transmission. It will produce a combined output of 374hp and 369 pound-feet of torque and has a top speed of 155mph.
Koenigsegg unveils another addition to its range with the Regera. It is the company's first hybrid hypercar featuring the same 5.0 liter twin-turbo V8 as the Agera but with smaller turbos. It generates 1,100hp while an additional three electric motors pumps out another 700hp. The combined effort boasts over 1,500 hp and will hit the 400km/h mark in under 20 seconds.
Koenigsegg revealed the Agera RS at the Geneva Motor Show. It packs the same 5.0 liter twin-turbo V8 and with an impressive 1,160 horsepower. It's got an addition of a front splitter, front winglets, side skirts, underbody and active rear spoiler and is lighter than its predecessors.
Here's Aston Martin DBX concept car. It features an all-electric powertrain with electrin in-wheel motors and high grade carbon ceramic brakes and cameras substituted for mirrors. Check out the preview below:
Getting your automotive and electrical goods prepped for another winter can be a headache, but the last thing you want to do is leave your investments out in the cold. If you’re ready to pack in the clubs and store your golf cart for the winter, make sure you remove the vehicle’s battery after you’ve got it safely parked and away. Fluctuating or downright nasty temperatures can severely damage or ruin your battery, meaning when it’s finally time to hit the fairway, you’ll be out of a ride and in need of a costly replacement.
Bugatti has sold its final Veyron. The Veyron started in 1998 when Volkswagen bought Bugatti. The automaker embarked on a project to create a series of concept cars that were powerful and fast, and they did just that.