Lotus have unveiled their new all-electric hypercar, the Lotus Evija.
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class has long been the benchmark in the luxury sedan segment as the measurement of excellence. Audi and BMW...Read More
First debuting in the United States in 1986, the Nissan Pathfinder name has grown to become somewhat of an iconic one in a sea of...Read More
Ford lifted the curtains on the new Ford GT MkII at the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed after last week’s teaser. The new...Read More
First launched in 2010, the all-electric Nissan Leaf became one of the first mass-market full-EVs available for purchase. Nine years on, the Leaf has become the best-selling electric car in the world. The original Leaf was truly a cutting edge piece of technology at the time, but it also highlighted the problem with the developing segment of electric cars. With an original range of 73ish miles, the Nissan Leaf couldn’t do much more than short commuting duty.
Fast forward to February 2018, and the launch of the second-generation Nissan Leaf. The new Leaf debuted with a 40kWh battery pack and a 151-mile range, over double the original Leaf’s range. While this went a long way in solving the range anxiety problem for most, those of us who live in sprawling places like Texas still need a bit more range to feel comfortable.
Enter the new for 2019 longer-range Leaf variant, the Nissan Leaf Plus.
This week I’m driving the all-new 2020 BMW 330i MSport around Central Texas to try some of the best BBQ in all of Texas. The G20 3-Series is brand new for 2020 and represents the volume sedan for BMW in North America.
I owned an F30 2016 BMW 340i MSport until last month and absolutely loathed the driving experience once the honeymoon wore off. I’m happy to report that the G20 platform in initial impressions goes a long way in correcting all that was horribly wrong in the F30.
Full review and road trip report coming soon!
The much anticipated Aston Martin Valkyrie made its first public track appearance yesterday at Silverstone ahead of the 2019 British Grand Prix. Aston Martin High-Performance Test Driver, Chris Goodwin, piloted the 1,160-horsepower Hypercar around the Grand Prix circuit for a one lap demonstration.
Bentley is celebrating its 100th birthday with the electric EXP 100 GT concept. The EXP 100 GT is Bentley’s vision of what vehicles will look like in 2035, and the future looks utterly beautiful.
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class has long been the benchmark in the luxury sedan segment as the measurement of excellence. Audi and BMW specifically have taken aim at the S-Class with their newest A8 and 7-Series offerings, and despite all being excellent cars, none quite convey the same flagship feeling that the S-Class sedan does.
Where the S-Class sedan has direct competition from several other brands, there is one model in the S-Class family that stands alone at the top of the ultra-luxury, four-seat convertible segment – the Mercedes-Benz AMG S63 Cabriolet.