Things to know about the refreshed Audi A3: The new entry level Sedan

by Editorial Staff

If you happen to be a practical buyer, then 2017 refreshed Audi A3 might sound cramped and overpriced to you at the first glance, but someone who’s blessed with an exclusively luxury-studded mindset, the refreshed Audi A-3 paints a completely different picture in the mind. To the typical motor heads, the A3 seems no less… Read the full article

Hyundai’s newest Crossover: Tucson Limited AWD

by Editorial Staff

Having already gathered a plethora of headlines for its spectacular design and paintjob, Tucson Limited AWD stands firm as Hyundai’s long term orange crossover. It has been tagged as the new big fish in the auto-market across the world. Taken the world by storm, Tucson Limited AWD underwent some major noticeable changes and improvements namely-… Read the full article

Top things to know about Volvo V90 – Cross Country

by Editorial Staff

Volvo made its comeback to the midsize wagon segment with the recently launched V90, so we spent some quality time with this beast in order to present to you some interesting facts. While the V90 offers a standard all-wheel drive, the makers have imparted a rugged look to the giant car by raising the wagon and… Read the full article

VW ARTEON UNLEASHED: WOULD IT MAKE THE AMERICAN MARKET ANY LUCKY?

by Editorial Staff

The New Year 2019 would mark the official road run of the Volkswagen Arteon worldwide. The plan is to replace their trademark Passat with the “Beautiful Assassin- Arteon”. The car works wonders to look far more striking to the eyes and an undisputed performer on the road, and it assists the Giant automaker take an exclusively… Read the full article

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

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

by Editorial Staff

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

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

by Editorial Staff

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

Top 12 Things You Need to Know about the Honda Clarity Fuel Cell

by Editorial Staff

A lot of people these days are predicting the eventual demise of the pollutant-emitting internal combustion engine. But an increasing number of people are wondering if electric cars and hybrids are the real alternatives. For these people, hydrogen fuel cell cars may perhaps be the better choice. But even in the FCV market, you still… Read the full article

Top 10 Reasons Why Off Road Fans Love the G Wagen

by Editorial Staff

The G-wagen has almost 4 decades of history and a bunch of many different names. Some call the Mercedes-Benz G-class or the 460-series, while others refer to it as the Geländewagen. But regardless of what name you call it, you’ll probably say that name with affection that borders on outright love for this vehicle. That’s… Read the full article

Review of the Subaru BRZ 2017

by Editorial Staff

The Subaru BRZ is the first rear-wheel sports car from Subaru. There were hardly any changes for the sports car since it was first rolled out in 2012.  Four years after, there was no doubt that it needed some updates. The 2017 version has some minor renovation, with a redesigned front fascia, a new bumper… Read the full article