28 Feb 2015
For the past several years, drivers have griped about how high gas prices are. However, recently, they’ve all been in for a pleasant surprise. That’s because gas prices are now lower than they’ve been since 2009. Although most people are not complaining, many of them are wondering what’s the reason for the falling prices, and whether the prices are likely to go up again soon. Because the United States is now producing much more crude oil than it once was, that’s a major reason why gas prices are lower. The country is less dependent on other countries, leaving them having...
27 Feb 2015
There is some leakage over internet for the specs of Next generation Engine by Hyundai. The new engine which is 3.8 liter V6, will enable 27 more horse power and 84 lb-ft torque compared to its predecessor. It’s not only about the power but this engine will be more fuel efficient and promises high performance with variable valve timing. Engine is expected to be covered by the hood of next-generation Genesis Coupe. There are some leaked images of the power plant which are floating over internet. The power plant can be seen equipped with latest equipment and intermediate CVVT. Earlier...
24 Feb 2015
A McLaren 650S crashed into a Saab at the traffic lights in Central London’s Eaton Square. The crash left the £250,000 supercar crumpled on the street with debris scattered on the road. According to authorities, the accident occurred on Saturday evening, 21st February, around 8:00pm in one of the high profile area of London, where the McLaren smashed head-on to a Saab after turning at a traffic light. As a result of the collision, the expensive supercar was almost completely wrecked, strewing its expensive parts all over the road, as it swerved uncontrollably upon hitting the relatively inexpensive Saab. The...
21 Feb 2015
Self–Driving Technology, so far, seems like something straight out of a science fiction movie. This is largely due to the limitations of the software as well as the legal rules. The trials of the self–driving cars that have been carried out in the US have involved corporate employees.
20 Feb 2015
The final form of the much awaited track-focused P1 has been unleashed by McLaren, which means buyers can soon expect deliveries. The formal debut is scheduled for the grand event 2015 Geneva Motor Show on March 3, 2015, where the other expected 675LT, which also happens to be a part of the mid-level Super Series. The revealed P1 is only the track-only version and comes with the GTR badge that has been iconic in series produced by the British automaker. Since last year, P1 GTR has gone many changes and modifications for cooling, as well as, aerodynamic performance. The awaited...