Lincoln Navigator: Luxury in a gigantic Package

by Editorial Staff

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

Wave Hello to the latest Volvo 2018 XC40:

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Embrace yourself! First few glimpses of the 2018 Volvo XC40 kick off the predominant comprehensions on how an ultra-modern Volvo should look like. The latest XC40 comes loaded with the goodness of a brawling swagger that is evident from the sturdy materials, sturdy forms and extravagant colors that gently remind that not all the Scandinavian… Read the full article

Unveiling the best cars of the 2017 Frankfurt Motor show

by Editorial Staff

‘Loud, colourful, and loaded with the grandstanding might of the German auto industry on a full-throttle display; Frankfurt 2017 proved to be an auto show to remember’. 2017 would always be remembered as a year when future paved its way to the Frankfurt auto show. Yes, there is a plethora of interesting and significant production… Read the full article

BMW x7 iPerformance: Future of Driving performance at glance

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‘The outstretched wait for BMW’s range-topping SUV is finally over. Recently, Bavarians unveiled a Concept X7 iPerformance car which is hyped as one of the largest automotive model offenses in the auto-history ’ Over the years BMW has won millions of hearts with its nail biting new models and variants, but there is one thing that… Read the full article

Audi A8: The Upcoming Flagship Sedan

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When it comes to the well established leaders in the full-size luxury sedan market, it takes miniscule of seconds to think of Mercedes-Benz S-Class , but by unravelling its flagship sedan: A8, Audi is making a plethora of efforts to close this gap. Beside the all new hybrid system, the luxury sedan receives highly automated driving technology… Read the full article

Europe all set to embrace the 6th generation Polo

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The German giant Volkswagen has unveiled the latest sixth-generation Polo, loaded with the goodness of richer looks complimented by an augmented space and many more features which could take you for a luscious surprise. The astonishing exteriors incorporate snappy creases and sharp edges to match the class of modern day Golf. The company unveiled the car… Read the full article

Nissan Finally Produces a Real Hybrid System

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With the Leaf, Nissan shows that it’s serious about its commitment and faith in the rise of electric cars. Curiously, the brand isn’t quite as fervent in its participation in the hybrid niche. That’s about to change with e-Power, the new hybrid system from Nissan. This new system signals a change in Nissan’s attitude to… Read the full article

Everyone Wins with the Rise of EVs and Mercedes-Benz Wants to Lead the Winning Charge

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EVs may become one of the most critical factors in protecting the environment from human manufacturing wastes, and right now the entire EV industry is at a crucial juncture. Electric vehicles are now much more mainstream, in stark contrast to the specialized niche image it projected just a few years before. Governments are getting in… Read the full article

More EV Charging Stations on Major Highways Thanks to White House Initiative

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Electric vehicles can solve a lot of problems today. They can reduce urban pollution and ecological damage by eliminating CO2 emissions. They can also help cut down on household fuel expenses and reduce the dependency on foreign oil. Even the silent operation of the vehicles can be a good thing, as it minimizes the noise… 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