Caterham, possibly one of the most hardcore sports car brands, is embracing electrification. But don’t worry, the company will keep making gas-powered vehicles in the near future. Bona fide gearheads go absolutely mad whenever they hear the name Caterham. Caterham is a small-volume manufacturer based out of the UK that specializes in no-nonsense kit cars … More Is Caterham joining the EV bandwagon?
This is the Lucid Air Sapphire, a tri-motor version of Lucid’s first and only model – the Air – designed to compete, and possibly beat, the Tesla Model S Plaid. It has nearly 2,000 hp and it does 0-60 in under 2 seconds. In addition to that, Lucid also gave it a bespoke, track-friendly suspension … More The new Lucid Air Sapphire is faster than the Model S Plaid, and twice as expensive
After the LiriQ, Cadillac has decided to stick with the same naming scheme by teasing the upcoming CelestiQ. So, let’s talQ about it. The first thing you wanna know (or maybe not) is that it’s electriQ. As you’d expeQt. It technically qualifies as a luxury sedan available in limited numbers, CadillaQ said they only plan … More There’s a new CadillaQ. It’s called the CelestiQ. And it Qosts a lot of money
We sometimes forget that ultra-powerful, mega-expensive hypercars and supercars have to undergo the same tests (more or less) as any other car, and that, yes, includes crash tests. The Nevera, the latest electric hypercar from Rimac, is now officially road legal after completing 45 (!) physical crash tests as well as many more static passive … More The most expensive crash test in the world
This is the Spéirling, built by McMurtry Automotive, and this is a track-only (no s**t) electric hypercar delivering 1000 bhp. It’s kinda complicated because for starters, there only two motors and both are located at the rear, meaning the car is an RWD. The Spéirling relies on a complex puzzle of wings, massive diffusers, and … More Batman will sooner or later drive this electric hypercar
If you’re into Formula E, and if you’ve watched the inaugural race in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia a few days ago, you may have noticed a rather striking Porsche Taycan being used as Formula E’s safety car. I gotta say, in my opinion, it looks even better than the previous safety car, the BMW I8 and … More Formula E’s all-new safety car looks decent
Well, it was gonna sooner or later and it did. Porsche sold more 911s than ever in 2021 and yet, the all-electric Taycan still managed to outsell the 911. Porsche sold 301,915 vehicles in 2021, 13,7% of which were Taycans. The Macan is still Porsche’s best-selling car with 88,362 units, followed by the Cayenne (83,071) … More It was just a matter of time: the Porsche Taycan outsold the 911
Borussia Dortmund, arguably one of the most popular German football clubs outside of Germany, and Opel have worked together to create this weird little thing called the Rocks-E 09. They call it an SUM, which stands for Sustainable Urban Mobility, and anybody over the age of 15 can drive it (with an AM driver’s license … More BVB supporter? Borussia Dortmund and Opel have built a ‘car’ for you
I apologise in advance for the slightly silly and whimsical headline but the truth is the EQS has been with us for a few months ago and I still haven’t decided whether I like it or not. I certainly like the interior, but even though the I find the 56-inch MBUX screen striking, it’s also … More Mercedes EQ(Ye)S… or no?
Rivian, Rivian, Rivian. Everyone’s talking about Rivian. And I can see why. I was at the LA Auto Show when Rivian launched their new R1T and S1T back in 2018, and obviously I wish I’d paid more attention, because back then I remember thinking, “cool! Anyway.” Fast-forward to 2021 and Rivian transformed itself from a … More Can Rivian beat Tesla?