JAGUAR XJR575: LIGHT-WEIGHT CHALLENGER TO THE SEGMENT HEAVYWEIGHTS

by Editorial Staff

There’s no second opinion how powerful the Jaguar’s new XJR575 is. In fact, it exhibits power right in its name, as the three digits contained there in announcing the 575 power-packed horses residing under the hood of the Jaguar’s largest sedan ever: The Jaguar XJ. Apparently it is present everywhere you set your eyes upon:… Read the full article

2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat and SRT 392 Reviewed

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These high-powered Dodge Challengers storm the market in a couple of zests: SRT hellcat and SRT 392. The stalwart SRT 392 comes enriched with the goodness of a 485-hp Hemi V-8, while the bad-ass SRT Hellcat boasts a 707-hp supercharged Hemi V-8. Both the beasts cater to the luxury of considerable brakes that make a… Read the full article

The Ford Kuga and Why Automatic Could be the Smarter Choice

by Editorial Staff

No matter which market you look in, you know that Ford has at least one class contending entry that is popular with a wide range of motorists. Ford prides themselves on the great build quality and reliability, which is evident with all of their most popular models. One of the most interesting models in recent… Read the full article

Ford F-150 Lariat and XL: All Refreshed and Rejuvenated

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The Ford F-150 is regarded as one of the best multi-utility vehicle in the US and counted among the America’s best-selling vehicles.  Embarking upon a rich heritage spanning over half a century, the F-series line-up has been a market-trendsetter since 1948. The 2018 F-150 is a rejuvenated model which is all set to be the next… Read the full article

ROLLS ROYCE PHANTOM: DRIVING LUXURY

by Editorial Staff

Fasten your seatbelts as we present to you the eighth generation of the Rolls-Royce Phantom which paves its way to the market after 14 years to ascertain itself as the world’s best car once again. And since, Rolls-Royce’s flagship arrives after such a long time; it marks the beginning of a new era, like the… Read the full article

Lincoln Navigator: Luxury in a gigantic Package

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After going through all the upgrades and changes, what remains unchanged in the 2018 Lincon Navigator is its gigantic size. So, Lincoln has listed the lightest and the shortest version of this body-on-frame beast which is 3 tons hefty and 210.0 inches long. On the other hand, the Navigator L with the long-wheelbase and an… Read the full article

2018 Ferrari GTC4Lusso T: Embrace the V-8

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The V-12 substituted by the twin-turbo V-8 whereas the rear-drive steps in for all-wheel drive. The GTC4Lusso derives its foundation stone from the Ferrari FF, the 2012 model that paved way for the all-wheel drive and the shooting-brake body style to the four-place Ferrari grand touring car. The GTC4Lusso refined the styling and the other… Read the full article

Welcoming the all new Genesis G70

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Hyundai’s Genesis might not be a veteran in the auto-market, but the automaker is firm on its mission to develop a compact luxury sedan lighter and more agile than the BMW 3 Series. For an automaker with handful of experience in developing sports-studded vehicles and fabricating luxury experiences, this seems like a gigantic order. But with… Read the full article

Austin Martin DB11 V8: 8 isn’t any less than 12

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If can get twelve cylinders in your Aston Martin, why settle for a V8? And the answer is: Getting behind its wheels empowers you with a very convincing argument: “Bigger isn’t always better”. As compared to its V-12-powered counterpart that flagged off the all-new DB11 range last year, the 2018 Aston Martin DB11 V8 features just four less… Read the full article