2019 Ferrari 488 Pista Prototype – Pure Adrenaline Rush

by Editorial Staff

The Ferrari 488 Pista has been highly acclaimed and is considered one of the best cars that  the Prancing Horse has manufactured. So how do you top a great car? Simple, by giving it 710 hp and remove about 200 lbs from its weight. But it doesn’t end there as the folks at Maranello improved… Read the full article

2018 Cadillac CT6 Super Cruise – A Self Driving Car?

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Does the CT6 Super Cruise really drive by itself? The idea of a self-driving car has been a staple of sci-fi movies for decades, and advances in technology have made what seemed like an impossible dream into a reality. The CT6 is one of those that offers a semi-autonomous driving system called Super Cruise, but… Read the full article

End of the Road for Volvo’s Gas Powered Engines

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For years Volvo relied on its gas powered engines. But all that is about to change. Volvo CEO Hakan Samuelsson stated in an interview with Speaking to Road & Track that the current 3 and 4 gas cylinder Drive E engines will be the last.  Samuelsson also added the company may built an electric compressor… Read the full article

5 Car Wash Myths Debunked

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Is is true your car gets damaged or scratched when you enter a car wash tunnel? That’s just one of the myths that surround cleaning and washing cars. Before you go to take your car for a car wash, let’s debunk some of these first. And remember, some Myth 1 – The Tunnel Damages the… Read the full article

The 2019 Acura RDX

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Is the 2019 RDX going to live up to the hype? We got our first look at the Acura RDX on the Detroit auto show last January 2018, and we liked what we saw. While the model is not scheduled to roll out at least for a few more months, the RDX has been spotted… Read the full article

Exciting Changes Expected in the Coming BMW 3-Series

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It wasn’t all that long ago when the BMW 3-Series was the undisputed leader of its class. It’s been so synonymous with the sport luxury sedan sector that every new competitor is compared to the 3-series as a matter of course. The problem, however, is that it seems like the folks at BMW have been… Read the full article

BMW M3 CS: A lighter and more powerful limited edition.

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BMW, the German Auto-giant has always embarked upon the CS moniker to designate sporty coupe models, dating back to the 3200CS which took the market by storm in 1961. The concept not only travelled all the way to the 2000CS but also reflected on the BMW’s debut-gen 6-series. Subsequently, the 850CSi grew up as the… Read the full article

The Ford Kuga and Why Automatic Could be the Smarter Choice

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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

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

VW CALIFORNIA XXL CONCEPT: MAGNIFICENT CAMPING ON WHEELS

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Why should Californian’s have all the fun? Volkswagen has finally unleashed an ultimate camper for the European market that promises to take your camping experience to a new height. This master-class not only lets you sleep under the stars but also boasts shower on-wheels, underfloor heating and a family dining; California XXL concept has already… Read the full article