The arrival of commercially viable flying cars has been erroneously foretold countless times before over the course of the last century, but in recent years, with the popularization of electric vehicles, the idea that we will travel around like the Jetsons in the foreseeable future seems to be gaining traction again. Companies dedicated to providing such a product are now popping up, and other companies like China’s Xpeng are also looking allocating resources for this.
All hail BMW – the automaker who has made some curious choices the last few years – is bringing back the 3.0 CSL Batmobile!
The 911 Dakar’s engineers raided the 911 parts bin, transplanting the 473hp twin-turbo flat-six from the Carrera GTS, installing the GT3’s carbon-fiber hood, the Carrera S brakes, and the cooling system from the Turbo S.
Ok, here us out: Toyota officially unveiled the 5th generation Prius, and we are totally digging the design.
The Rimac Nevera has set a top speed of 412kph (258mph), making it the fastest electric production car in the world.
After what seems an eternity, over 5 years to be exact, Mercedes-AMG factory driver Maro Engel powered the F1 powered AMG ONE around the Nürburgring in an astonishing 6:35.183 – a full 8 seconds faster than the Porsche 911 RS Manthey.