Audi will do away with the ‘Russian doll’ design philosophy it has become synonymous with, in order to give upcoming models more defined looks. Like its German rivals Mercedes and BMW, the Ingolstadt carmaker’s designers, in the recent years, have employed a technique of consistency across the bulk of its line-up. However, since the launch… Continue reading Audi To Adopt A New Approach To Design
And we thought the 2018 Lexus LC 500 looked pretty wild in stock form. Liberty Walk offers not just one, But two wide body kits for the cool coupe. A new LC 500 will set you back at least $92,995, in case you need a donor car. The Japanese tuner’s first body kit for the… Continue reading Liberty Walk Lexus LC 500 Redefines ‘Wide’
Do you live in the U.S. and need service work done on your McLaren F1? McLaren Philadelphia can help—owners in North America no longer have to ship their cars to the U.K. for annual maintenance.
Chinese company NIO launched in China its all-electric, seven-seat SUV – ES8, which seems set to become one of the best selling high-end BEVs next year in China.
Back in August, Cummins revealed the AEOS, its first electric semi-truck. A few months later, Mercedes showed off its own electric semi, the E-Fuso Vision One. Then in November, Tesla debuted its version, the Semi. Now there’s another company looking to sell electric semis, Thor Trucks.
We’ve been seeing a lot of signs that Faraday Future is in trouble. Since the clumsy introduction of the FF91 at CES last year, the startup has cancelled its ambitious factory plans, reportedly missed payments, and suffered the departure of numerous executives.
Toyota, Honda and Nissan are partnering with eight industrial firms to make a fresh push on hydrogen refuelling stations in Japan. The group wants to build 80 stations within the first four years of the partnership — which is expected to last a decade — with nine in operation by March 2018. The plan would… Continue reading Honda And Toyota Are Still Backing Hydrogen Fuel-Cell Cars