This week’s top stories picked by our editors feature a goodbye to the Volkswagen Beetle, technology to replace side mirrors, and a new way to own a Porsche. Continue reading >>>
This week’s top stories picked by our editors feature the best American muscle cars, tips to stay focused when driving, and a sneak peek of Ford’s Mach 1. Read these stories and more by clicking the links below. Continue reading >>>
Just when you thought Lego couldn’t get any cooler, it goes and builds a life-size, fully working Bugatti Chiron. Consisting of more than 1 million Lego Technic pieces, the 1:1-scale Chiron has been completely assembled by hand, a process which took more than 13,000 hours.
Since becoming part of the VW Group empire in 1991, Skoda has been given enough leeway to forge its own path. Nowhere can this be seen more clearly than in the Yeti, a car for which you’ll find no equivalent from Volkswagen, Seat, Audi et al.
More research has come out that we drivers are a very distracted bunch; voice-activated assistants in our cars are marketed as tools to fight distracted driving. But voice-activated technology like Alexa and Siri can make drivers more distracted, not less. It just depends on how drivers choose to use this kind of tech. Continue reading >>>
This week’s top stories picked by our editors feature Pink Cadillacs commemorating Aretha Franklin, a life-sized Lego Bugatti, and the most expensive cars sold at Pebble Beach. Read these stories and more by clicking the links below. Continue reading >>>
This week’s top stories picked by our editors include innovation in headlights from Maybach and Mercedes, the car woes of different generations and car shopping tips that keep your long-term budget in mind. Read these stories and more by clicking the links below. Continue reading >>>
If you were to draw up a list of the world’s most famous cars, it would almost certainly feature James Bond’s Aston Martin DB5. First introduced in Goldfinger (1964) and later reappearing in other Bond films including GoldenEye (1995), Skyfall (2012) and Spectre (2015), the gadget-laden DB5 is synonymous with 007, as well as being the basis for one of the world’s coolest toys in the shape of Corgi’s 1:46-scale replica.