Polestar apparently doesn’t know how to count, but the new 5 looks promising

Volvo’s spin-off brand Polestar (but they’re both of Geely Group) apparently can’t count because after the Polestar 1 and 2, they’ve revealed the new 5. Odd. The thing is, allocating numbers to your car is a bit tricky because it implies a certain hierarchy. How will BMW, for example, build a car that’s smaller than … More Polestar apparently doesn’t know how to count, but the new 5 looks promising

The SEVEN is further proof that Hyundai has gone mad (and I love it)

Hyundai has clearly been throwing design ideas against the wall to see what sticks. Well, this stuck. It’s called the ‘SEVEN”, and it is Hyundai’s first SUEV concept. SUEV stands for Sport Utility Electric Vehicle. It’s built on Hyundai’s E-GMP platform, an architecture that the Korean automaker specifically built and designed for BEVs. It changes … More The SEVEN is further proof that Hyundai has gone mad (and I love it)

2016 Top Marques #episode3 – Jaguar CX75 (as seen in 007 – Spectre)

Miles Hulford is in charge of the Special Operations & Vehicles Unit at Jaguar-Land Rover, which in plain English means he’s the guy that gives Daniel Craig-James Bond his mega-wheeled Pick-Up Truck and puts Dave Bautista-Mr. Hinx behind the wheel of the Jaguar CX-75 in 007 – Spectre. Which is pretty cool. The press went … More 2016 Top Marques #episode3 – Jaguar CX75 (as seen in 007 – Spectre)

Good News! Happy (and Flabbergasted) to Say we Bought the Furai!

  Yes, dear readers, we have bought the Mazda Furai! ….Die-cast. 1:43, looks brilliant in the office. The Mazda Furai (Sound of Wind in Japanese) was a concept car by Mazda. A teaser image of the car was released in December 2007, and the Furai officially debuted at the 2008 North American International Auto Show in … More Good News! Happy (and Flabbergasted) to Say we Bought the Furai!

Flabbergasted Drive: BMW i8. → Timing Is Key

Hello and well, welcome to the future! Don’t go in too soon, don’t take out too soon. Timing is key. It’s a basic rule and it applies to most things in life. Fishing, hunting, gambling. It certainly applies to the stock market. After Summer 2009, the EUR/USD exchange rate was about 1,49. The British Pound Sterling, … More Flabbergasted Drive: BMW i8. → Timing Is Key