2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Goes Topless

2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06

Chevrolet today introduced one of the most capable drop-tops on the market: the 2015 Corvette Z06 Convertible. With at least 625 horsepower, and 635 pound-feet of torque, the Z06 is also the most powerful convertible ever produced by Chevrolet.

This is the first   Z06 Convertible offered from the factory since 1963 when the Z06 option package was introduced for endurance racing. Records show only 199 Corvette orders with a Z06 package that year, including one convertible. Continue Reading →

Sponsored: Mercedes-Benz’s Death Valley Challenge

Hollywood stars Joshua Jackson and Diane Kruger have teamed up to show off the amazing potential of the Mercedes-Benz B-Class F-CELL in their new film “Mercedes-Benz TV: Defying Death Valley.” The B-Class F-CELL is a Mercedes-Benz electric car made for mass production, and it’s only emission is pure water. Filming the whole way, Joshua and Diana brought no water with them, relying solely upon the car’s emissions for survival. Continue Reading →

Ferrari Hit by Testing Blow

F1-Ferrari

Ferrari’s attempts to try and pull some positives away from a dismal week in Bahrain came unstuck as the Fernando Alonso was forced to withdraw from testing after just 12 laps. In the first of four in-season tests, Ferrari had been testing their new turbo hybrid engine in a bid to try and find some extra pace out of a struggling car, as well as focusing on a lack of traction and driveability from a power-unit that has failed to deliver. Continue Reading →

Nissan Leaf the Overwhelming Choice for EV Drivers Worldwide

Nissan Leaf

Although electric vehicles (EV) make up a small percentage of the overall number of vehicles, the number of EVs is growing rapidly. More people have become averse to fossil-fueled cars to the point that even hybrid cars are not an acceptable option. For them, EVs are the best option for vehicles that don’t pollute from the point of operation.

So far, the world leader in EV unit sales is the Nissan Leaf. The car recently passed 100,000 units sold since it was first released in 2010. Nissan expects the market to mushroom with a total of 1.5 million units worldwide by 2020. Continue Reading →