BMW is working on an inductive charging method of its high voltage batteries of both BMW i cars and future plug-in models. The advantage to this would be a cable-free connection between the supply point and the vehicle's high-voltage battery. BMW Group and Daimler AG have signed an agreement on the...
Human beings are all meant to be an intelligent species. The sad truth is that many of us are from intelligent. That’s despite having a proper school education. And getting instilled into us the core values that make us differentiate between right and wrong.
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 electromechanical power steering, brakes and throttle valve and eight-speed Tiptronic transmission sends power to the quattro all-wheel drive system are controlled automatically.
The Porsche 911 GT3 could very well beat the Ferrari 458 Speciale. The Porsche springs from 0 to 100km/h in 3.5 seconds and reaches a top speed of 315km/h while the Ferrari needs only 3 seconds to reach a 100km/h and has a top speed of 325km/h.
Mercedes-Benz announced that its B-Class F-Cell experimental vehicle has already covered more than 300,000 kilometers under normal everyday conditions. They prove that fuel cells are reliable even under extreme stress and over several years.
In Japan, you can get the Nissan Note with the Nismo badge. It may just be the Nissan Note you actually want. There are two versions, first, the all show only Nismo with 97hp, 1.2 liter gasoline, and a Nismo S that gets a 1.6 liter unit with 138hp.
Citroen is no stranger to making news headlines. The French carmaker is well-known for producing some memorable cars. The cars they build prove out of the box thinking can work well with the motoring public!
It’s no secret that Lexus is getting ready to do battle against the German “Big Three.” The Japanese firm’s latest models are tempting customers away from Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz.
The latest car in their arsenal is the Lexus NX300h. It’s one that is taking aim against established market best-sellers like the Audi Q5 and BMW X5. There was a lot of industry media coverage over the Lexus NX300h. But is it a likely contender for the top spot in the luxury small hybrid SUV market?