Cars can make you feel good in a variety of different ways. Some make you feel good by the way they look. Others by the way they sound, the way they take corners, or the way they accelerate. BMW’s i3 makes you feel good by what it doesn’t do. It doesn’t use any petrol, for
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New Audi A3 Coupe to take range up a class, and exclusive images show look of the A5 Sportback’s baby brother Audi is readying its all-new A3 family car range, with the next hatchback, Sportback and Saloon set to be joined by a sleek new four-door Coupe. The line-up should be complete by the end
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The Tesla Model X is one heck of a car. Its crazy Falcon doors and AutoPilot features highlight one of the most tech-centric cars on the market right now. Jon was lucky enough to get one a month ago, and he’s back to let you know how the car has held up. Jon took us
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Is there anything wrong with trying to make a Porsche Cayman GT4 even better? Well, as long as you don’t go past certain limits, the answer is a definite “no” (more on that below) and we’re here to deliver a recent example that stands behind this. The 911-engined Cayman we’re dealing with has been gifted
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he BMW M3 is receiving its second facelift in two years. The updates are minor at best, but they bring the sports sedan in line with the updated M4 revealed recently. Eagle-eyed observers will notice the M3 receives new headlights with LED bars that stretch into the kidney grille. There are no mechanical modifications to
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The Volkswagen Golf Mk2 is still an attractive car if you like tuning and customizing vehicles and your budget is tight. In spite of its age, Volkswagen’s second-generation Golf still manages to ignite passion in a petrolhead, and various projects across the world prove that the little hatchback can be turned into almost anything. There’s
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When you think of a late 80’s Porsche, engine swaps shouldn’t be the first thing to come to mind. Most Porsche aficionados would cringe at the concept of doing an engine swap on such a vehicle. However, certain circumstances can lead to exceptions…like this 1986 Porsche 911 Carrera for example. Starting off as a Carrera,
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One is a mid-engined coupe from the company that perfected the 911. The other is based on the Volkswagen Golf platform. But there’s one department in which the Audi TT RS trumps the 718 Cayman S. Other than both having 2.5-liter engines, these two cars don’t share anything. And even that is a case of
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BMW has sued a company from California for trademark and design patent infringement. The Bavarian automaker has discovered that a company called Mazz Auto Group used BMW’s trademarked name and logos on counterfeit products. The merchandise includes wheels, along with other parts that have been counterfeit. BMW has asked for a jury trial, and the
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Volkswagen continues to roll out updated flavors of its Golf compact. Today, the company announced that both the GTE performance plug-in and the GTD hot diesel are available in Germany. The GTE now starts at €36,900 as a 5-door, while the cheapest GTD is a €30,800 3-door with a manual. The more practical wagon stickers
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The XL1 sounds like the name of a video camera, not a car. And… that’s because it is; Canon makes it. But it’s also one of those crazy Volkswagen ideas, like the Bugatti Veyron or the Phaeton. We often joke that VW is Hitler’s baby, bent on world domination. But when a company who’s primary
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“From the sublime to the ridiculous is only a step” is a well-known idiom that came to mind multiple times during our week with the 2017 Mercedes-AMG C63 S cabriolet. Could that step be the difference between the sublime and equally new C43 AMG cabriolet, with its sweet 362-hp twin-turbocharged V-6, and the ridiculously overpowered
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