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
Cadillac is a show-off, show-off-y brand. It’s a status symbol. It’s ‘Americana’. But in recent years, the American automaker has struggled tremendously to keep up with the expectations that came with the name ‘Cadillac’, building a sequence of underwhelming vehicles and essentially surviving only because they kept making washed-up versions of the Escalade. Now, though, … More Is Cadillac finally getting its mojo back? Meet the CelestiQ
There are a few things that automakers are getting better at. Photography, especially publicity shots, and marketing. Are they getting better at making cars? Maybe. Irrelevant, it seems, these days. The latest MINI, the ‘Aceman’, is a classic case in point. I spent the last 30 minutes looking at the pictures and watching the videos … More The new MINI Aceman is lovely but… is MINI trying to sell me a car or some clothes?
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
I may have mentioned this before: up until very recently, I mostly covered car news and reviews but now my focus is 95% on crypto. Obviously, I still keep an eye on what’s going on in the car world and my job is made easier by the fact that automakers are becoming increasingly interested in … More A world’s first: Nissan has just unveiled a new car in the Metaverse
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
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?
Yet another SUV/Coupe is about to hit the market, there are a couple of reasons why I’m excited (sort of) about this and a few more why I’m not. First of all, it’s a Škoda, I don’t know why but that makes it automatically more interesting than, say, a VW or a Seat. Secondly, I … More Škoda teased the upcoming Eniaq Coupé, and it looks odd
If you ordered a Tesla and/or if you hold Tesla stock, you’ll be happy to know that the American automaker exceeded expectations, by a significant margin, with a grand total of 308,600 vehicles delivered in Q4 2021. That’s 71% more than Q4 2020. Back in 2020, Tesla delivered nearly 500,000 cars in total whereas this … More Tesla defied expectations with record deliveries in Q4, sold nearly 1 million vehicles in 2021