The Mercedes-Maybach S600 Pullman Guard: Riding Around in Premium Luxury and Complete Safety

by Editorial Staff

Who says you can’t be perfectly comfy in a tank? Among the many premium models, the Maybach badge from Mercedes-Benz is justly renowned, especially among obscenely rich VIPs and dignitaries in troubled lands. It’s famous for building the Pullman, which is the biggest and most spacious S-class you can get. It also manufactures the safest… Read the full article

Fisker EMotion Electric Car Promises Fast Speeds and Greater Range

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Some people are against the very idea of electric vehicles, despite the fuel savings and reduced CO2 emissions. That’s because for the most part, these cars don’t have much of a range to speak of, and they can be too darn slow for adrenalin junkies. But don’t tell Henrik Fisker about these stereotypes, since he… Read the full article

Buses Will Drive Themselves in Singapore by 2018

by Editorial Staff

These are actual buses in the actual streets, with no actual drivers In 2018, Singapore will test out the use of 2 self-driving buses in its public fleet on the streets. These buses will run near the Nanyang Technological University (NTU), which is apt. After all, the university did help in creating these buses in… Read the full article

It’s No Joke: Mercedes-Benz Did Come Up with a Pickup Truck, And You Can Choose between 2 Types

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The SUV was once an off-road beast you can bring anywhere, and it’s now the urban cruiser of choice for lots of families with luxury brands getting in on the action. The pickup, the preferred workhorse vehicle for rugged manly men, seems to be starting on that same transformation, because Mercedes-Benz has just released its… Read the full article

Top 8 Reasons to Buy a Hydrogen Fuel Cell Car

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For some of the more forward-looking people, the idea of using a car with an internal combustion engine is so last millennium. You have to go with the times and stop being such a Luddite. We may not have robotic drivers and hovercars just yet, but then we do have some interesting cars available right… Read the full article

European Carmakers Go Back to Larger Engines

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For the last several years, governments have been enacting stricter emission standards in their efforts to help preserve the environment. In response, carmakers have turned to making smaller engines to meet these new standards. But now, this general trend is about to turn around, as several car manufacturers are going back to bigger engines. Auto… Read the full article

Autonomous Cars and Moral Driving Dilemmas

by Editorial Staff

It’s an inescapable trend in the auto industry that car computers and machines are doing more of the work that used to be the responsibilities of the driver. We have automatic transmissions, ABS, and traction control systems. Brakes activate in anticipation of a crash. There are even systems that can automatically parallel park your car.… Read the full article

The Utter Insanity of the AM-RB Hypercar and Why You’ll Want It

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Ladies and gentlemen, let us introduce you to the AM-RB 001. It’s not just a sports car, or even a super car. Its looks and performance are so utterly insane that it’s dubbed as a hypercar. It redefines what you can do with a car on the road, in much the same way that Einstein… Read the full article