Tires getting better with age? Sounds like you have a death wish. But that's what Michelin is promising. The company claims to have developed a new technology called EverGrip allowing tires to maintain, and improve their grip as they wear down. The tires will guarantee 96,000 km of life. The EverG...
Here's a truck that can vertically take off and land. It was tasked by an aerospace company based in El Segundo, where they “specialize in research and development of next-generation military and civil vehicle technologies.”
Lyft, the Uber competitor, recently enlisted drivers to put a pink car mustache on the grille of their cars before picking up customers. But little did they know that the mustache on cars, according to one expert, potentially causes serious damage to them while on the road.
The Mercedes-Benz S 63 AMG Coupé debuts 60 years after the legendary 300 SL Gullwing made its premiere in NYC. The most important feature added to it was the all-wheel drive system offered for the first time on a luxury coupe.
VW is gearing up to impress the Chinese market with its Golf R 400 Concept at the Beijing Auto Show. The four-wheel drive Golf R 400 is based on the Golf R, but instead of 300PS, 2.0 liter turbocharged four, it gets an unspecified 400PS powertrain under the hood.
Could this be the new "redesigned" Jetta? VW will lift the curtains on the new midsize coupe study in New York.
Underneath, there lies an unspecified 220PS (217hp) powertrain that pushes the car to 100km/h (62mph) from standstill in 6.5 seconds and on to a top speed of 245km/h (152mph). More information to come.
The Volvo S60 plug-in hybrid promises to be fast, spacious and highly efficient. It will make its Beijing debut this month. The model claims emissions figures as low as 50 g/km CO2 and an equivalent fuel efficiency figure of 2.1/100 km. It can sprint to 100km/h in 5.5 seconds.
Nissan shows off the Murano at the NY auto show. The model remains a bolder design and close to the Resonance Concept from last year's Detroit Auto Show. Andy Palmer, Nissan's global chief of product planning said:
There doesn't seem to be much change to the 2015 MINI Countryman here. It is heading to New York with some exterior tweaks to its hexagonal radiator grille along with some differences like a pair of matte silver ribs on the Cooper, LED fog, parking and driving lights that are standard on the Cooper S and JCW and optional on the Cooper.
Are you ready for an even more powerful LaFerrari? According to Australia's Drive, Antonello Coletta, who is “the head of Ferrari’s Sporting Activity Department that oversees all non-Formula One racing activities for the brand” confirmed it outright, saying “ Now we are working on the new hypercar for the circuit, the LaFerrari XX. I hope that the new car will arrive on the circuit in January or February of next year.”