Year: 2018

Brabus Rocket 900 Coupe

Mercedes-Benz S 65 Coupe on steroids is powered by a 6.3 V12 twin-turbo increased-displacement engine rated at 662 kW / 900 HP (887 bhp) and producing 1,500 Nm (1,106 lb-ft) of torque, this exclusive supercar is one of the most powerful and fastest 2+2-seaters in the world with a top speed in excess of 350 […]

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Volkswagen Golf GTD, GTI and R by Oettinger

Volkswagen’s Performance Golf line-up includes the powerful GTD, the iconic GTI and the peerless R. This trio thrills and entertains drivers worldwide, and springs from Volkswagen’s engineering knowledge and driver-focused research and development. The striking proportions of the Performance Golfs’ exterior design combines with the precision handling of the models to place this trio at […]

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ABT Audi RS6+ with 705 hp only built 50 times

The performance version with 605 hp/445 kW is the most powerful version of the Audi RS6 C7 and clearly tops the basic model. ABT Sportsline has always been good at adding on and delivers visually appealing fireworks – inside and outside – in addition to another power boost. “The result is called the ABT RS6+ […]

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Third generation Porsche Cayenne make global debut

Today Porsche unveiled the new 2019 Cayenne. The all-new Cayenne builds on the formula that started in 2003 while pushing performance boundaries even further through new technologies that significantly improve on-road performance and comfort. The new Cayenne is more athletic both in appearance and driving performance due to new styling cues and engineering developments. In […]

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Learn where to find the VIN number of your car

How do you know that your dealer isn’t selling you a 6 month old car, under the guise of a new one? Or worse still, a car that’s over a year old. Only if you check the VIN number of the car. Knowing when your car was manufactured is critical; after all, when you have […]

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This is how much headlamps have improved in the past 100 years

New car headlight technology means modern drivers really do live in an age of enlightenment, with a stark contrast between the night-time driving visibility enjoyed today and the drastically less effective headlamps their grandparents used to light the road ahead. A series of images showing the view from cars spanning from a 1908 Ford Model […]

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Widebody kit for the Range Rover Evoque Cabrio

Who would have thought before April 2016 that the world needs a convertible version of the admittedly very successful Range Rover Evoque? So, we do not. Nevertheless: Extravagant SUV versions arrive. And if the higher-placed City-Cruiser as coupé is so well-received, why should not there be also open versions? To give all the madness yet […]

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Novitec Maserati Levante has 494 HP

For decades, NOVITEC has been one of the top go-to destinations in the world for exclusive refinement of super sports cars and luxury sedans. With a sophisticated customization range for the Maserati Levante, the company now for the first time also turns its attention to the personalization of an SUV. NOVITEC highlights the high-performance character […]

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Volkswagen T-Roc is crossover based on Golf VII

Dominance of an SUV and agility of a compact. Volkswagen is extending its model range with a newly-developed compact-class crossover: the T- Roc. Extensive personalisation options (customer-selected decors and bi- colour design); highly advanced vehicle assistance systems (Front Assist and Lane Assist as standard, optional Traffic Jam Assist); innovative digital features (new generation of Active […]

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Women drivers are angrier than man

The recent study of 1,000 UK drivers reveals women are, on average, 12% angrier than men when they’re behind the wheel. Researchers found driving sparked ancient ‘defence’ instincts from when humans were hunter-gatherers. These evolutionary traits kicked in during the test when women were either undertaken, shouted or beeped at, had to deal with a back-seat […]

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