Bentley Carbonfibre Wheel

22-inch carbonfibre wheel for Bentley Bentayga from late 2021

The wheels for the first cars were made of wood, carrying over from the wheels of horse carriages. Eventually, metal was used, which provided much durability and complemented the auto industry’s manufacturing processes. Steel wheels were commonplace for many decades but as the need to reduce weight became more important, lightening the wheels led the […]

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Formula E

Formula E/ Round 13 – Mahindra Racing’s Alex Lynn wins on home ground

It’s always a thrill for the home crowd when the winner is from the same country and British driver Alex Lynn sparked celebrations in the Mahindra Racing garage as he won the Heineken London E-Prix Round 13. Behind him were Mercedes-EQ’s Nyck de Vries and Mitch Evans (Jaguar Racing) who joined him on the podium. […]

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Lamborghini factory

Lamborghini sets sales record even with a global pandemic, with the Urus as its bestselling model

In spite of the pandemic that affected the whole world last year and this year, Lamborghini has not seen decreased sales. Quite the opposite in fact: for the first 6 months of 2021, the sportscar maker delivered 4,852 cars and SUVs globally, making it the best half-year ever, with a 37% increase over the same […]

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First bespoke Pininfarina Battista hypercar revealed

The Pininfarina Battista hypercar is already very exclusive to start with as only 150 units will be built. Each unit of the electric hyper GT has a starting price of US$2.5 million (about RM10.56 million)  but customers are likely to pay much more as they will also want their Battista to be personalised. Naturally, Automobili […]

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Everrati GT40 EV

Everrati and Superformance team up to produce electric version of Le Mans-winning GT40

A couple of months back, we wrote about Everrati Automotive Limited and its new flagship 500-bhp Signature adapted from a Porsche 911. The British company, which specialises in converting iconic cars to run with electric powertrains, has now teamed up with Superformance to build an electrified version of the GT40. Superformance is a specialist in […]

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2022 Audi RS Q e-Tron for Dakar Rally

Audi Sport starts preparing RS Q e-Tron for 2022 Dakar Rally

At the very beginning of 2022, the Dakar Rally will be on again in Saudi Arabia. Among the participating teams will be Audi Sport which was a pioneer in the World Rally Championship with the quattro all-wheel drive in a rallycar. This time, it wants to be the first car manufacturer to use an electrified […]

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BMW Art Cars in AR

BMW Art Cars now available for viewing from anywhere in the world and with AR too

BMW’s famous Art Car Collection has been shown at exhibitions around the world (including Malaysia in 2006) and now it is also being presented in augmented reality (AR) for the first time, enabling people all over the world to digitally experience the rolling sculptures. The move is in time for the 50th anniversary of the […]

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Toyota Megaweb

Toyota Megaweb showroom in Tokyo to close at the end of 2021

Car enthusiasts, especially Toyota fans, who have been to Japan would probably have had a chance to visit Megaweb, a huge Toyota showroom in Tokyo. Opened in March 1999, Megaweb is part of a commercial complex known as Palette Town in the Odaiba area that fronts the Tokyo Bay. Although it is described as an […]

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The all-electric future of Mercedes-Benz

Mercedes-Benz is getting ready to go all electric by the end of the decade – but only where market conditions allow. The carmaker, like a few others, understands that there will be some markets where electrification may not be sufficiently wide and conventionally powered vehicles will still be in demand. Mercedes-Benz began in journey to […]

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