• 6 Establishments that Should Convert to Pay-and-Display Parking Today

      When different components don’t work together an entire project can fail. This is often forgotten when planning public establishments. Planners and architects fail to see how each feature can benefit—or damage—each other. Public parking and car parks afford people security & peace of mind.… Continue reading »

  • Mercedes-AMG Project ONE brings Formula 1 tech to the road

    The Mercedes-AMG Project ONE will celebrate its world première at the International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt/Main: for the first time, the two-seater supersports show car brings the very latest and efficient, fully-fledged Formula 1 hybrid technology from the race track to the road almost… Continue reading »

  • BRABUS 900 "one of ten" revealed ahead of Frankfurt debut

    The world’s most powerful twelve-cylinder off-roader comes once again from BRABUS! The BRABUS 900 “ONE OF TEN” celebrates its world premiere at the IAA 2017 in Frankfurt am Main. The platform is provided by the Mercedes G 65, whose twin-turbo V12 engine is increased in… Continue reading »

  • Detroit Electric plans a new electric sports car, crossover and saloon

    UK-based electric vehicle start-up, Detroit Electric, has presented the first outline sketches of some of its future models during the company’s debut at Cenex’s LCV2017 (Low Carbon Vehicles) event at Millbrook in Bedfordshire. Styling images show side-profile silhouettes of three models that the Leamington Spa-based… Continue reading »

  • 6 Costs to consider when buying a motorcycle

    The factors that establish the cost of buying and operating a motorcycle are primarily the same as those for an automobile – model, make, your location and driving record, annual mileage, and the insurance coverage that you purchase. However, there are also multiple differences such… Continue reading »

  • 7 races left! What’s next for 2017 Formula One season?

    The 2017 Formula One season is already the 71st season of Formula One motor racing, featuring the 68th Formula One World Championship, a championship for Formula One cars which is recognised by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), as the highest class of competition for… Continue reading »

  • Ford Pothole testing in Belgium

    The current state of the UK’s roads

    The state of the UK roads is an ongoing headache for many drivers – with potholes becoming a big problem. According to the RAC, they dealt with over 6,500 breakdown jobs between January and March 2017 which were likely attributable to poor road surfaces. The… Continue reading »

  • All-new Bentley GT Continental GT continues to define the luxury of grand touring

    Bentley Motors has revealed the new third-gen Continental GT, the definitive Grand Tourer. Designed, engineered and handcrafted in Britain, the new third-generation Bentley Continental GT combines spirited, focused performance with handcrafted luxury and cutting-edge technology, to create the finest Grand Tourer ever produced. Wolfgang Dürheimer,… Continue reading »

  • Third-generation Porsche cayenne revealed

    Porsche held a spectacular event on Tuesday in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen to unveil the new Cayenne. The third generation of the successful model, more than 760,000 units of which have been sold since 2002, is a completely new development. The vehicle will combine even more of the… Continue reading »

  • BMW unveils a new i3 and i3S

    With over 8,000 vehicles sold in the UK since launch, the BMW i3 is the best-selling electric car in the premium compact segment. Now, the success story is set to continue with a major refresh, new technology and the addition of a new, sportier variant,… Continue reading »

  • Beautiful! Restored one-off XK120 by Pininfarina unveiled at Pebble Beach

    After a full nut and bolt restoration taking 6,725 hours by world-class specialists Classic Motor Cars (CMC), the wraps came off this unique Pininfarina bodied 1954 Jaguar XK120 SE yesterday at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in California, USA. The car was well received by… Continue reading »

  • Volkswagen to build an electric Microbus based on the I.D. Buzz concept

    The I.D. BUZZ¹ concept car from Volkswagen is being further developed in preparation for its launch as a production vehicle. The Chairmen of the Board of Management of the Volkswagen and Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles brands, Dr Herbert Diess and Dr Eckhard Scholz, announced their production… Continue reading »

  • New sixth-generation BMW M5 is here

    The BMW M5 is the original model that started the high performance super saloon genre. Now an all-new sixth generation of the BMW M5 Saloon, will launch in February 2018 equipped with an enhanced V8 engine, a new M-specific, all-wheel drive system known as M… Continue reading »

  • The Many Uses of Tarpaulin

    Tarpaulins were developed centuries ago by sailors who impregnated canvas with wax or tar to make it waterproof and then used it to cover stock, as sails, and also as shelter. It’s still used nowadays for similar purposes and occasionally, even for fun. Let’s have… Continue reading »

  • Infiniti reveals ´Prototype 9' at Pebble Beach

    From its beginnings as a simple design sketch, Prototype 9 reimagines what might have been for a 1940s INFINITI grand prix race car. The sleek, open-wheeled electric retro-roadster prototype was revealed at the 2017 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. The car, called Prototype 9, is a… Continue reading »

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