Let’s face it, riding a motorcycle is ten-times more dangerous than travelling in a car. The fact that you have no protection around you leaves you in an incredibly vulnerable position. But, that doesn’t stop millions around the world having a passion for the thrill of riding a bike.
Most people would agree that Bugatti’s are designed for those who have too much money to handle, considering the Chiron is valued at over $3 million. But, it’s fair to say owners do get a great deal of bang for their buck. Other than the outrageous speed and phenomenal driving experience, they also get an innovative telemetry system.
By Bryan D on March 20, 2018
There’s been an instance in the past when Hyundai have collaborated with the Istituto Europeo di Design – an Italian design school respected for their innovation and class. But, their latest joint venture has produced something which highlights how much creativity flows in effective relationships between brands and talented designers.
To any outsiders, motorbikes are extremely dangerous vehicles which are the catalyst behind millions of deaths each year. But, they don’t love two-wheelers like we do; to us bike-fanatics, they’re thrilling forms of transport which look and feel amazing. Although, like cars, they do require fuel and therefore, they do emit nasty emissions into the atmosphere.
Just imagine the sheer speed of something that can generate 1,888 BHP, and then imagine the fear-factor when the level 4 autonomous technology kicks in and it can drive itself. You see, that’s exactly what you could get with the Rimac C_Two; it’s an electric hypercar that has reached astonishing levels.
By Bryan D on March 12, 2018
Technology evolves every single year, and is often the catalyst behind brand-new inventions, but now it’s hit the automotive industry big style. To begin with, let us ask you one question…
The world is constantly evolving, and the main advancement we’re seeing in the automotive industry right now is a transition from combustion engine to electric ones. Although it’s slow at the moment, it will increase rapidly once the industry hits that sweet spot.
Back when the BMW i3 was released, in September 2015 at the Frankfurt Motor Show, there were plenty of upgrades which made the car more desirable. For instance, it came with a slightly enhanced suspension system, and a 184-horsepower electric engine for added power.
In recent times, there has been an added emphasis on protecting the planet that we all inhabit, which is why zero-emission semi-trucks have risen to prominence. Lately, there has been excitement surrounding the Tesla unveiling, as well as developments by Cummins, Daimler, Nikola Motor Co and Toyota.
The mastermind behind the F1 engine, Andy Cowell is going to spice up Mercedes’s engine – it will soon cross the 1000 BHP barrier.