• The Audi R8: End of an Era

    When the Audi R8 concept was unveiled in 2003 and the production model released in 2007, the automotive world needed a breath of fresh air. At the time, no other car existed; it was a practical supercar that was spacious, reliable and economical. Its futuristic appeal and elegant Audi-like appearance gave it a menacing yet […]

  • What it’s like to live with and daily an Audi A8 D3.

    Regarding luxury, comfort and performance, the Audi A8 is in a league of its own. It is the ultimate all-rounder and everything you could need in a luxury limo. I’ve had the D3 Audi A8 for many years; it has been in my family for over a decade. I took it off my dad, who, […]

  • Top 10 Tuesday: The Top 10 best sounding cars/engines

    Over the years, car manufacturers have given us some fantastic cars with fantastic character and outstanding harmonious exhaust sounds. So sit back, relax and enjoy the music to your ears.  Now, I know this is only a Top 10 list. I couldn’t put every best sounding engine or car into the list, so I will […]

  • The World’s Most Expensive Car Sold at Auction: 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR Uhlenhaut Coupe

    When it comes to car auctions, things can get quite expensive and competitive; it is a lucrative business aimed at those with deep pockets, and classic/rare car auctions are the mightiest of them all. As it would turn out recently, the most expensive car ever sold at auction is the legendary Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR Uhlenhaut […]

  • Mercedes AMG A45 S: Is it all it’s cracked up to be?

    A while back, I wrote the initial review of the new A-Class, which came out in 2018. Later on down the line, they released the A35 and, shortly after, the full Monty A45 S. I’m presuming the S stands for Sociopath, given how much of an attitude it has, antisocial and loud it is. Speaking […]

  • Brabus G 900 Rocket

    What happens when you take a luxury SUV and put a tomahawk of a powerhouse under the hood? You get a Brabus, but not just any Brabus, the Brabus G 900 Rocket. Brabus decided to take the already powerful G63 and add a Carolina Reaper to the mix if a G Wagon wasn’t extreme or […]

  • 2023 Mercedes C63 AMG: Will it meet expectations?

    When it comes to a German Muscle car, naturally, we’d think of the Mercedes C63 AMG. One of the best sounding C63s was the old W204, which is regarded as one of the most reliable and best sounding engines out there. With the environmental crisis, everything needs to go green, which has witnessed a lot […]

  • BMW M240i: Could this be the Ultimate Sports Coupe?

    When the two series BMW range launched way back in 2014, some eight years ago, it filled a gap in the market that many automotive manufacturers couldn’t. Much like its younger sibling, the one series, it was a rear-wheel-drive sports car. Unlike the one series, the two series is a sleek, modern coupe that was […]

  • Top 10 Tuesday: Top 10 Car Glow ups

    With cars evolving and becoming more of a style icon nowadays, we have witnessed some pretty spectacular glow ups of some models over the years. So below, we’ve put together a Top 10 list of the 10 Car Glow Ups.  10) Mercedes A-Class Probably one of the best glow ups of the century, the Mercedes […]

  • Conversation Friday: Electric cars, what is the deal?

    I’ve decided to launch a new series, Conversation Friday, where I discuss a leading topic in the automotive and tech world and get you, my dear viewers, also involved in the conversation. As we know, electric cars have seen popular demand over the last few years, with activists like Greta Thunberg and Governments putting pressure […]

  • BMW M2 CS: Is this the Ultimate M Car?

    The BMW M2 was first launched back in 2015, I still remember the first time I saw it, and I instantly preferred it over the M3 and M4. It had something unique about it; in a way, it showcased BMWs pedigree and heritage. A small coupe with a throaty engine, loads of horsepower and rear-wheel […]

  • Top 10 Tuesday: Top 10 Annoying Car Features

    The concept of the car itself has been around for nearly two centuries, and its evolution has made human life easier and more convenient. The last several decades have witnessed a drastic change and improvement in vehicle technology, though not all of it has made life convenient. So below is a top 10 list of […]

  • BMW iX: World’s first colour changing car

    The BMW iX is one of the brand’s latest electric SUV’s; its looks, by default, are pretty out there, which BMW has been doing quite recently with the seven series and the X7. Controversial it might be, but it also pushes the envelope of vehicle technology, and things aren’t as science fiction as more science […]

  • The Porsche GT4 RS: Better than any other RS Model?

    The Porsche 718 Cayman was always seen as the entry version into the Porsche world, it is the perfect all-rounder and ideal entry model into the sports car industry. That was until they released the all-new GT4 RS, and this might look like a basic Porsche RS model but this semi-skimmed version can keep up […]

  • ABT RSQ8-R: An SUV Hypercar

    The Audi RSQ8 is a Lamborghini Urus in disguise; both share the same platform, features, and engine. However, the truth is, I’ve always preferred the Audi, its a much better-looking car in my opinion and features a hint of sophistication, unlike the Urus, which is more designed for showing off. Now, this is the part […]

  • Top 10 Tuesday: The Top 10 Best Race Tracks in the World

    When it comes to performance sports cars and race cars, there must ultimately be a place for them to race on. Putting the man and machine through its paces, pushing the edges of the technological envelope and enduring the robust durability that each can withstand. So below is a list of the Top 10 best […]

  • G-Power G5M Hurricane RR

    BMWs M Division is like a habanero pepper, exotic, spicy and too hot to handle. Over the years, they have made some breath-taking cars with character, presence and marksmanship execution. That’s why they are so desired; once you develop a taste for BMW M cars, nothing quite satisfies you the same again. The current generation […]

  • McLaren Artura: The Plug-in Hybrid Super EV

    McLaren has been in the supercar, hypercar and racing car world for quite some time. They have a knack for creating some of the world’s best and most renowned vehicles we’ve grown to love, respect and need a lot of courage to get behind the wheel off; the McLaren P1 most notably comes to mind. […]

  • Top 10 Tuesday: The top 10 Lamborghini Cars

    Lamborghini has a long-lasting history that spans more than half the century and history with a gripping tale. Lamborghini sure has come a long way since its early days of making tractors, which they are still producing to this day; a cheeky plug for Clarkson’s Farm on Amazon Prime features the almighty and legendary Jeremy […]

  • The Skoda Scala: The Ultimate Compact Daily

    The opportunity I was given to drive a Skoda Scala in Scotland was a rather interesting one, merely accidental and unintentional at best. The initial car I was driving in had broken down, the brake line flex pipe had ruptured, meaning it was a no go and needed wheels fast. Low and behold, I was […]

  • Lamborghini Huracan STO: A road legal Super Trofeo

    In my previous article, I wrote about the Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae. It was their last purebred V12 before launching their new flagship model with a hybrid V12 instead. However, it would seem its younger sibling, the Huracan, is still going strong. We were given the Huracan Performante, a fire-breathing monster that went head to head […]

  • Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae: The Beginning of the End

    The Lamborghini Aventador has been around for almost a decade when it first launched back in 2012, around the same time as the Olympic Games. It took the world by storm; the Aventador was more than just a car. It was Lamborghini’s signature dish, the fire breathing V12 monsters. What a machine it was; we’ve […]

  • Audi RS3: Supercar Performance without the Supercar Price

    The Audi RS3 has been around for a while now. The first s3 came out in 1999, which was something out of this world at the time. The s3 evolved over the years, but so made the craving and demand for a higher performance hatchback. It wasn’t until 2011 when Audi launched the first RS3, […]

  • Rimac Nevera: The Future of Electric Hypercars

    Rimac, the company behind the C1, which the infamous Richard Hammond crashed on the first episode of the Grand Tour, has once again taken the automotive world by storm with their latest launch; the Nevera. Back in 2018, I wrote a sneak peek article about the Rimac C2, which provided insight into the sort of […]

  • Audi RS e-tron GT: The Ultimate Electric GT

    Audi has a habit of turning their concept cars into a reality; their designs have provided quite a controversial divide within the car world. A bit like marmite, some love the way Audi has gone forward with their designs while others not so much. What I can say, though, at least they’ve done quite a […]

  • Top 10 Tuesday: The Top 10 Hero Cars

    Over the years, we have seen many great cars in movies and video games; we’ve had the opportunities to drive our favourite hero cars virtually and experience the sheer power and performance they offer. So here are the top ten hero cars in both games and movies over the years. 10: BMW M3 E46 GTR […]

  • The Aspark Owl: The Future of Electric Cars

    When we think of electric cars instinctively, we would think about Tesla, NIO or Rimac as the pioneers and leaders. If I told you, a new company released a car that puts the new Tesla Model S Plaid to shame and has a higher top speed than the Rimac Concept 2. That would be the […]

  • Top 10 Tuesday: The Top 10 Things to look for when buying a used car

    The used car industry is a multi-billion dollar business; it is predicted that by 2026 the used car market will be around $885 Billion. Which is absolutely and completely astonishing come to think of it; that being said, with more and more people opting for used cars nowadays its a no brainer to make a […]

  • The Koenigsegg Regera: A Single Gear Monster

    The Koenigsegg Regera really needs no introduction, almost everyone has heard of the name, and if you’re a gaming fanatic, you certainly know full well what sort of fear this car induces. It is as jaw-dropping gorgeous to look at as it is fast; it is without a shadow of a doubt the world’s fastest […]

  • Porsche 911 Turbo S: The Car, The Myth, The Legend

    Porsche’s aren’t renowned for their looks, like One Punch Man, nothing all too special or appealing on the outside though performance-wise it is out of this world. That’s precisely what the new Porsche 911 Turbo S is a complete madman piece of engineering. Designed by the maddest Germans and definitely a supercar that many can’t […]

  • Top 10 Tuesday: Top 10 BMW M Cars

    BMW’s M Division launched back in the early 1970s to bring the brand’s iconic motorsport race cars to the road, to allow the average Joe to experience what it’s like to be sitting behind the wheel of one of the world’s best handling and performing vehicles in the world. This statement requires no debate; its […]

  • BMW m340i: A more practical M3?

    As you may recall, a little while ago, I wrote about my daily driven BMW m330i M Sport, and I said that it was probably one the best all-rounder there is. Though with the newly revised and relaunched M3, which has caused quite a stir in the motoring world, both are controversial and revolutionary. The […]

  • Tesla Model S Plaid: Car Worth a Thousand Words

    Tesla has been taking the world by storm over the past several years; the Model 3 Performance when it came out rivalled and challenged its ordinary small saloon competitors from the makes of BMW, Audi and even Mercedes. Going back a little further, the Cybertruck pushed the edges of the envelope and set a new […]

  • BMW M5 CS: When the demon of speed meets the goddess of power

    Those who have read my previous article on the BMW M5 know full well how deeply passionate I am about the car when I heard that BMW is making an even more powerful version of their already powerful top dog. Well, it felt like my birthday all over again. The BMW M5 CS is without […]

  • Tesla Model 3 Performance

    Teslas are no stranger to power, speed and performance, their first ever car launched was the Roadster back in 2009, with an even more powerful and faster version set to come out soon. The Tesla Model S Performance and the Model X are both the drag demons on both the road and the drag strip. […]

  • BMW 330i M Sport Long-Term Review

    This is the first long-term review where I’ve had the opportunity to test drive and experience what it’s like to live with one of the review cars, and fair to say the car I’ve had has indeed set the bar relatively high. As some of you would know, I consider myself an Audi fan; it […]

  • Top 10 Tuesday: The Fastest Cars in the World

    Every so often car manufacturers create some of the world’s fastest and most powerful cars to compete in the title for the World’s Fastest Car, over the years we have seen a variety of super and hypercars fighting each other out for the ultimate title of ‘Fastest Car in the World’. Below are a list […]

  • 2020 Rolls Royce Ghost: Comfort, Class and Luxury

    Rolls Royce, the pinnacle of luxury and prestige, the Ghost first launched in 2009 always looked like it was dwarfed by its bigger brother the Phantom; and to be honest I never quite liked the way it looked. It just looked like a more expensive BMW 7 Series with a Rolls Royce badge, but the […]

  • 2021 BMW M3 and M4: Most controversial cars of 2020?

    If haven’t already I would recommend for you to take a quick look at my previous article of the 2021 BMW 4 Series, now as the title suggests I would be bold enough to say that the brand new upcoming 2021 BMW M3 and M4 are probably the most controversial cars of this year. As […]

  • Top 10 Tuesday: The Top 10 Bugatti Models

    Bugatti has a long-lasting history within the automotive industry, and the racing world, their involvements in motorsport since the 1910s has made them quite a renowned and reputable manufacturer and a status icon owned and driven by the world’s elite and super-wealthy. Just because we can’t all afford one doesn’t mean we can’t admire them, […]

  • Maserati MC20: Reigniting their Heritage

    Maserati’s heritage in motorsport dates back to the early 20th Century, having taken part and won numerous races their heritage and sportscars, unfortunately, faded away as the years went by. Only to be left with overpriced SUVs, roaring GT and family sedans. The last time they embraced and showed off their heritage engineering knowhow was […]

  • Bugatti Chiron Super Sport: The Serpent of Speed

    Backtrack to 2005, a time where cars were cheaper, the economy was booming, and I was still in year five drawing stickmen in my maths book. More importantly, Bugatti released the Veyron that revolutionised the definition of speed; it took the world by storm, stunning the world with achieving a top speed of over 250 […]

  • Ferrari 812 Superfast: The Definition of Perfection

    Well, what is there to say, it’s a Ferrari, its superfast and its super expensive. There, the article finished moving on. I’m just kidding; there’s a lot more to talk about than just that first sentence. Ferrari’s flagship V12 monsters have been around for what feels like millennia, and the previous V12 behemoth, the F12 […]

  • Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Concept Cars

    Every so often car manufacturers like to give us a tease into what their future cars will look like, or even give us a slight glimpse into the future of automotive engineering and technology, and some manufacturers want to show off their drawing and engineering skills (ain’t naming anyone in particular here). Without further ado, […]

  • The Lamborghini Sián: Re-imagining the Future

    A little while back I wrote about the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ, and I stated that it most likely will be the last and final naturally aspirated V12 hypercar produced by the world-renowned Italian giant. Indeed that is correct, but it isn’t at all disappointing if anything exciting and refreshing comes to mind. As such, the […]

  • McLaren GTX: McLaren’s Super SUV

    Lamborghini is making their Urus, and Ferrari soon to be releasing their Purosangue. McLaren too has decided to provide a hint at the SUV that they will be developing and unveiling soon. They’ve called it the GTX, which is much easier to pronounce than their rival at Ferrari and hits more to the point than […]

  • Hennessey Resurrection: Frankenstein’s Monster of Speed

    To the real petrol head, the name Hennessey would send chills down your spine; it is a name associated with the pursuit of speed, power and ultimate performance. Going well back about a decade Hennessey released the Venom, which at one point held the world’s fastest top speed record of 267 mph. Fast forward to […]

  • Aston Martin Vantage and DBS: The limited 007 Editions

    Aston Martin and James Bond share a long-lasting relationship spanning decades, and to showcase this Aston Martin’s bespoke division – Q by Aston Martin has made a limited number of their Vantage and DBS models. Only 100 Vantage 007 Edition models will be built, priced at £161,000 to celebrate and remind us of the original […]

  • Ferrari Purosangue SUV: Ferrari’s first FUV

    SUVs are the automotive equivalent to the selfie stick, seems as if a lot of automotive manufacturers are having a go at making their first hypercar SUVs. Lamborghini and McLaren have both had a crack at it (a sneaky teaser to the upcoming Battle Royale article), and now Ferrari has too. SUVs, as we all […]

  • The Ferrari Roma: The Elegance of a Grand Tourer

    Grand Tourers have always been the trendsetters for driving long journeys in luxury, comfort and speed. Ferrari has always been up there as the ultimate Grand Tourer, with the FF, the Portofino and the GTC4 Lusso. Their most latest release, the Roma, is their newest and most high tech compact GT (Grand Tourer). Ferrari’s marketing […]

  • Porsche 911 GT2 RS: A race car for the road

    Porsche has a reputation for creating some of the world’s best handling cars; they have a distinguished history for unmatched speed, performance and handling. They are a wolf in sheep’s clothing, blending within the urban environment and pouncing at the push of the throttle. The best Porsche’s were always the 911, and their revolutionary design […]

  • Gordon Murray’s T50: The McLaren F1 Successor

    Gordon Murray, the automotive designer behind the legendary and mighty McLaren F1 which held the world record in the 1990s for the world’s fastest car with a top speed of 242 mph; beaten over a decade later by the heavyweight Bugatti Veyron. Launched the top speed war amongst some of the world’s exotic, lucrative and […]

  • ABT RS6-R: The Ultimate Super Estate

    A little while back I wrote about the mighty Audi RS6 that was released this year, and further down the list I wrote about the old ABT RS6-E and what a mind-blowing machine it was. This time ABT, the infamous tuning company that turns the dials up to 11 on the already fast and sporty […]

  • Jaguar XE SV Project 8: A Track bred road-going Monster

    Ever so often car manufacturers take some of their indiscreet family saloons and turn the dials up to 11, the usual guilty suspects for this are the Germans, and a prime example is the BMW M5 and the BMW M3. However, Jaguar has now taken a leaf out of the pages from its German counterparts, […]

  • Lotus Evija: Britain’s First Electric Hypercar

    Lotus has a long-lasting history dating 72 years, back when it was founded in 1948 by Colin Chapman. Their involvement in Formula One saw them winning the World Championship seven times, and have developed some of the world’s most renowned cars such as the Tyrrell P34 known as the “six-wheeler” which was a six-wheeled Formula […]

  • Hyperion XP-1: World’s First Hydrogen Supercar

    We all know car manufacturers are always searching for the next best thing in terms of speed, power and performance. With fossil fuels slowly becoming a depleted resource, new alternatives to power the automotive machines that have roamed the earth with us since 1886 are in development. Specialised firms including Rimac have gone into using […]

  • Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown: The Return of the all-time Great

    Any hardcore driving simulator fanatic will tell you that the greatest driving game ever made would be the Test Drive Unlimited series; my personal favourite was Test Drive Unlimited 2 (TDU2). The game was a 1:1 recreation of real-world places, in TDU1 you enjoyed the open roads of Ibiza and in TDU2 you got to […]

  • The BMW M5 Competition Pack: Power, Prestige, Luxury

    The BMW M5 has always been the pinnacle of the super sports saloon; the classic E39 M5 is regarded as probably one of the best M5s ever made. The mafia hitman appeal to it made it stand out from anything at that time; the 2005 E60 M5 was a fantastic piece of engineering. A 5-litre […]

  • Lamborghini Aventador SVJ: The Return of Old Time Rock and Roll

    The last article I wrote about the Lamborghini Aventador was the mighty SV; I stated that it would be the last of its kind with a massive naturally aspirated V12. Well, much like rock bands from the 1980s who don’t know when to end the song. The Who, I’m talking about you here. It would […]

  • Zenvo TSR-S: Where Sci-Fi Meets Reality

    Denmark, the country most associated with being the happiest nation on earth. Per capita, it has the most amount of happiest people and most educated people in Europe, if not the world, not to mention their exquisite taste in furniture and pastries. So, when I found out, albeit a little while back, that they had […]

  • The BMW 4 Series 2020: The Past Reimagined

    Now and again we get a new car that’s released, and it causes massive controversy, sort of like marmite but with a more significant price tag and a steering wheel. So this time its BMW’s turn, come to think of it they’ve had quite a few controversial cars come out lately, the new 1 series, […]

  • Aston Martin Valkyrie: The Dark Art of Aerodynamics

    The Valkyrie is Aston Martin’s first attempt at creating their very own hypercar, and it might be something that is out of this world, Aston Martin is well renowned for designing and producing some of the world’s most beautiful, stunning and exquisite cars in the world. Their god-like V12 engines can easily be recognised by […]

  • Tesla Cybertruck: The Revolutionary Pick-up Truck

    Tesla has been in the car industry for well over a decade, they’ve come a long way since launching their first Tesla Roadster back in 2009. With the new and upgraded Tesla Roadster soon to be released too, if you want to have a quick read of my review of the Tesla Roadster then follow […]

  • The McLaren Speedtail: Beauty for the Ages

    Last week I brought you the Koenigsegg Gemera, their first 4-seater hybrid hyper GT. This week I’m bringing you McLaren’s latest creation in hybrid hypercar GTs, the Speedtail. So, we’ve noticed a trend of a new category of cars being created, the hypercar GTs. As if Grand Tourer cars from the past weren’t fast enough, […]

  • Koenigsegg’s new Gemera: A complete showstopper

    I’ve written about many cars and seen many more in my time, but none have ever caught my eye quite like Koenigsegg. Their new Gemera a four-seater hybrid hypercar is truly a breath-taking machine. Koenigsegg in the past was nothing more than a small, little Swedish supercar manufacturer, but this was over 20 years ago. […]

  • Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA and GTAm: History Reborn.

    We all know that any true car fan will always have a soft spot for Alfa Romeo’s, they’re cars that acquire a certain clientele, a certain niche but most of all they are bought by people who buy with their heart and not their mind. We proved at how superior the standard Giulia QV is […]

  • Audi’s Monster RS6 Avant is back

    Audi’s RS Sport division has always had a humbling history, that originates back to the almighty Audi RS2 that took the world by storm. Ever since Audi’s mighty RS6, their flagship family estate car has always provided the petrol-headed family man with access to both supercar performance and family practicality. The last generation RS6 was […]

  • The 2020 BMW 1 Series: What Was BMW Thinking?

    BMW’s recent range has sparked a sort of marmite debate, you either love it or you hate it, let me put it into perspective for you. The new grille design makes the front of the BMW range look like a boar or one of the green pigs from Angry Birds, still, they’ve been bold enough […]

  • Koenigsegg Jesko: Genesis

    Koenigsegg, a small Swedish automobile manufacturer, has built up quite a reputation for producing some of the world’s most astounding and jaw-dropping cars, their unique heritage with a pursuit for speed has made them top dog among the speed machines. Their adverse reputation, determination, and commitment for developing the greatest cars the world has ever […]

  • The Bugatti Divo: A Track Demon

    With the Geneva Motor show having taken place not too long ago, a number of amazing, expensive and ludicrous cars have been unveiled set for release over the coming year. To name a few the Koenigsegg Jesko, but there is one spectacular car that took the Geneva Motor show by storm. The Bugatti Divo, oh […]

  • The ABT Audi RS6-E: The 1000bhp Green Monster 

    ABT, the German tuning brand based in Kempten has teamed up with Audi on multiple occasions to produce hardcore variants of Audi’s RS performance car ranges. Has developed itself quite a reputation for tuning and modifying already fast and powerful Audis. Their reputation spans a good decade now, to having developed the already powerful Audi RS6 Performance into a more […]

  • Battle Royale: Bugatti Chiron, Hennessey Venom F5 and the Devel Sixteen

    The world’s mightiest contenders do battle for the undisputed title of the fastest production car ever made in existence, breaking the almighty 300 mph speed barrier. We’ve seen previously the competition between the Bugatti Veyron SuperSport, the Hennessey Venom GT and the Koenigsegg Agera RS. To which the King of the Hill was the Agera […]

  • Hennessey Venom F5: The Return of a Reincarnation

    It was quite some time ago since I wrote the article about the original Hennessey Venom GT, it was, in fact, one of the very first articles that I wrote which kick-started my automotive writing passion. Back then the Venom GT was competing for the title belt of the fastest car in the world against […]

  • Bugatti Chiron: The Legend Reborn

    Bugatti’s history dates all the way back to 1909. A company with a rough past, coming close to bankruptcy and being wiped from existence in the 1950s. To which they carried on manufacturing aeroplane parts and multiple revival attempts within the industry that never took off. Until 1996 when Bugatti launched the brilliant EB110, launched […]

  • The Rolls Royce Cullinan: An Off-Road Phantom

    I don’t know when the rich decided that all of a sudden, they all need luxury SUVs to drive about in. I mean let’s be honest, it’s not like they’re going to be doing much off-roading in them anyway? But if there’s a market for it then there’s bound to be a manufacturer to do […]

  • The Lamborghini Urus: World’s First Super Sports Utility Vehicle

    Lamborghini never really went down the conventional route when producing cars, they were seen as the ultimate pin-up poster brand in any fourteen-year old’s bedroom. Well, it was usually a pin-up photo of a Lamborghini with a sexy model in a bikini standing seductively next to it, but we’ll gloss over that one, shall we? […]

  • The Royal Wedding: A Car that Suits the Newlyweds

    Between you and me, I was not expecting to find something interesting to write about the Royal Wedding that happened the other day. Though it turns out that something interesting had grasped my interest, a unique car that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle used to drive to the reception in. In case some of you […]

  • The OnePlus 6: The Unveiling

    It was all the way back in 2013 when OnePlus began its legacy with their first ever release, which showed great likings among the audience, reviewers and its users. Priced at a cheap £250 it showed great promise and potential, but unlike a lot of new start-up phone companies where the glamour eventually wears off […]

  • The Rimac Concept Two: A Complete Nerd-fest

    Seems like Rimac is quite on a roll at the moment. Their first release of the Concept One was truly a magnificent piece of engineering and an astonishing showcase of the possibilities of EV technology. Once again, they’ve outdone themselves, revealing at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year the upcoming Concept Two. Well, what […]

  • Rimac Concept One: The World’s First Electric Hypercar

    Earning the title of “World’s fastest accelerating electric car” is no easy feat. Taking off from my previous article on Rimac’s Origin Story, we kick things off with this: The Rimac Concept One, a lightweight, super agile and super-fast world first electric hypercar. A car, according to the owner Mate Rimac was, “developed by petrol […]

  • Rimac Automobili: The Origin Story

    Mate Rimac, an innovative automotive engineer launched the Rimac Automobili in 2009. An electric car manufacturer developed with one vision, to create the sports car of the 21st century. With an undisputed track record of their success, where their first ever model the Concept One. Is globally regarded as the world’s fastest production electric hypercar. […]

  • The Mercedes AMG Concept ONE: The Reincarnation of a Legend

    Celebrating 50 years of AMG, Mercedes’ nuthouse for producing ridiculously outrages, outlandish and tech gripping cars. While also playing a crucial role in the field of motorsport, in particularly Formula 1. Have unveiled at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show the Mercedes AMG Concept ONE, an F1 race car for the road. The Concept One provides […]

  • The Devel Sixteen: The Leviathan of Speed

    Petrol heads all-over the world have been teased for years over the Devel Sixteen, a Michigan owned hypercar company and funded by a Dubai investor, with rumours and speculations about the looks and performance figures. Finally, at the Dubai Motor show in late 2017 the unveiling of the updated Devel Sixteen have been made official […]

  • Battle Royale: Alfa Romeo Giulia QV, BMW M3 and the Mercedes C63s AMG

    When it comes to buying rear-wheel-drive four-door sports saloons, you really only had two choices. The BMW M3 or the Mercedes C63s AMG, both spectacular in engineering and bewildering to drive. Though with Alfa Romeo’s release of their Giulia Quadrifoglio, their first rear-wheel-drive sports saloon in almost two decades, means they’ve got no room to slack […]

  • Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio ‘NRING’ Edition: A four-door Ferrari

    The saying “you’re not a true petrol head until you’ve owned an Alfa Romeo” is a statement justifying the history and the beauty of the Alfa Romeo brand, owning an Alfa was like playing Russian roulette, you wouldn’t know whether you’d get from A to B, you wouldn’t know if it’ll start in the morning, […]

  • The Tesla Roadster: David Vs. Goliath

      With Tesla receiving a battering and belittlement in the media in recent months over the Model 3 release, with consistent delays, unmet targets and poor sales figures. It looked as though Tesla’s reign was slowly starting to come to an end, and the mainstream manufacturers would begin taking over the electric vehicle market. Elon […]

  • Volvo Polestar: Redefining the Car Industry

      With Tesla’s share of the electric car market already at risk from the Porsche Mission E, set to be launched in late 2019, a more pressing threat to the company’s latest Model 3 release is the Volvo Polestar. An all-new, all electric, 600 bhp sports coupe that is destined to go head to head […]

  • Tonino Lamborghini Alpha One: Lamborghini’s subdivision brand launches luxury smartphone competing with iPhone X

    Lamborghini is well renowned across the world as the infamous makers of insane and ludicrous speed machines, their V12 flagship legends span half a century and they’ve certainly come a long way from just making tractors. Where they’ve showcased to the world by having developed a futuristic and science fiction electric hypercar like the Terzo […]

  • 2018 Mercedes A-Class: A luxury Hatchback

    Mercedes are well renowned across the world as the epitome of utmost class and luxury, most technical equipment and features you see today on average cars were initially developed and first available on the Mercedes S Class. Such features to name a few being the first car in Europe to incorporate airbags, three-point seatbelts and […]

  • The NIO EP9: The beast from the far East

    NIO a private automaker company based in China, founded in 2014, has launched a punch to the gut for Tesla with their unbeatable EP9. Released from its shackles, the NIO EP9 is an electric supercar born to push limits. Where it’s recorded as the fastest electric car in the world, with running a time of […]

  • Lamborghini Terzo Millennio: World’s First Superconductor Hypercar

    Lamborghini is well renowned across the world as the leading and infamous maker of insanely ludicrous hypercars with exquisite looks and striking appearances, and their newest project, the Lamborghini Terzo Millennio tops the hat of all the future hypercars that are to be made in decades to come. Along with the additional aid and support […]

  • The Porsche Mission E: Tesla’s Rival Adversary

    Porsche’s history in motoring dates back to 1931, founded in Stuttgart, Germany. The automobile manufacturer is seen as an expert in the development of sophisticated, refined and reliable sports car and sports saloons. With the launch of the Mission E, an all-electric vehicle designed to go head to head with Tesla. A company that has dominated the […]

  • Lamborghini Aventador SV: The Last Hoorah

    Just when we thought that the old Aventador, Lamborghini’s flagship hypercar, couldn’t get any more outrageous. The Audi owned company once again stuns us all with their latest Aventador SV, the SV standing for ‘SuperVeloce’. Meaning ‘Super-Fast’ to us non-Italian speakers, and it’s fair to say the new Aventador SV does live up to its […]

  • The Dodge SRT Demon: The Devil’s Advocate

    We’ve learnt from the previous article that the SRT Hellcat range has got quite the character, but the latest SRT Demon makes the Hellcats look tameable and non-intimidating. With their newest release of the SRT Demon it really is the Devil’s Advocate, and here’s why, The Demon currently holds the following records: the highest horsepower […]

  • The new fame, Insta-fame

    Think of the world we live in… Surrounded by so many wonderful things and yet we always seek refuge in the palm of our hands… Instagram! You may be wondering, “what the heck? Like that doesn’t make any sense!” and yes, it doesn’t. but what if I told you it’s one hell of a great […]

  • SRT Hellcat Range: Going Old School

    Dodge Challengers and Chargers have always been up there as one of the key muscle car players in the world, along with the Shelby Mustang, the Chevy Corvettes and Camaros. But for some reason, Dodge muscle cars never received the fame and credibility as their American counterpart cousins, but with their latest and by far […]

  • The Supercar Liberators

    It’s no surprise that the McLaren P1, the Porsche 918 and the Ferrari LaFerrari have taken the automotive world by storm. So what makes these three hypercars stand out from the rest? Well, they’re no ordinary speed machines; they’re actually hybrids that, when driving around town, run on the electric motors equipped alongside their petrol […]

  • The most underrated hypercar: The Hennessey Venom GT

    It might not be first class for luxury, nor at first glance will it spin heads. But is this such a bad thing? The Venom may look like an outdated Lotus Exige (from which the Venom’s model is based upon) but look again. It may not carry the reputation or have the popularity of its […]