Hannes Oosthuizen drives Volkswagen’s new Up! city car in Germany.
A proper supercar from Mercedes-Benz? You betcha.
A collection of some of the most newsworthy motor industry developments that took place during the second quarter of 2010.
recently showed some
of its latest technological
breakthroughs to the world’s
press at an information day. I travelled
to Stuttgart to view two new
petrol engines and some driverless
With the majority of manufacturers jostling to get their share of the ever-increasing hybrid fraternity in an attempt to reduce their carbon footprints, Mercedes-Benz is one of the very few that are attempting electric vehicles, let alone an all-electric supercar like the SLS.
Mercedes’ new Shooting Break Concept offers us a glimpse of the dramatic styling language set to define the next-generation CLS. It features a long bonnet,… Read more →
Toyota has borne the brunt of the recent recall wars, and other manufacturers have been hurriedly calling vehicles in to have minor adjustments made. The latest recall involves Porsche, as a result of potentially problematic seatbelts in its Panamera grand saloon.
Mercedes’ new Shooting Break Concept offers us a glimpse of the dramatic styling language set to define the next-generation CLS.
It’s AMG’s turn to challenge for the thundering executive saloon crown. The competition is hot, but Stuttgart wouldn’t want it any other way.
The executive super-saloon reached a whole new level with BMW’s brilliant M5 (which is due for replacement this year) a few years ago. Audi responded… Read more →