2013 Lexus LS 460 Luxury Sedans Unveiled

With high-style photography, chic furniture and fun neon flair as its background, the new 2013 LS Luxury sedans had their world debut at the “Lexus Laws of Attraction” exhibit in San Francisco.

The 2013 LS line-up includes the LS 460, LS 460L, LS 600hL hybrid, and the first-ever LS 460 F SPORT. LS 460 and LS 460L are available in RWD and AWD. The LS Hybrid is available with a full-time AWD system.

The all-new LS 460 F SPORT combines a more aggressive exterior with a unique sport interior featuring F SPORT seats with larger bolsters, a leather-wrapped steering wheel with paddle shifters and genuine aluminum trim. With a sport tuned air suspension that has been lowered 0.4 inches, a Torsen limited slip rear differential (RWD model), Brembo six-piston caliper brakes, and 19” forged wheels with summer or all-season tires, the LS F SPORT promises to be the most engaging LS ever. Continue Reading →

RAM’s 10 Things Driving Employees Are Getting Away With

RAM tracking, a UK-based vehicle tracking firm, have produced an Infographic which shows 10 of the most commons things that people who drive for a living exclusively or a large majority of the time, are getting away with. Fraudulent timesheet claims and cash in hand work are both included, and many of the ‘misdemeanours’ have an illegal element, as well as being frowned upon by many employers. Continue Reading →

2014 Mazda6 To Make Debut At Moscow Auto Show

The highly-anticipated all-new 2014 Mazda6 will make its global debut during press preview days at next month’s Moscow International Automobile Salon.  The redesigned vehicle will be the second Mazda to be fully incorporated with SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY, the brand’s proprietary engineering focus on developing fuel-efficient, performance-oriented vehicles as a result of lightweight and redesigned engine, transmission, chassis and body structures.

On display in Moscow will be a Russian-specification sedan featuring a SKYACTIV-G 2.0-liter gasoline engine mated to a SKYACTIV-Drive six-speed automatic transmission.  The vehicle also will feature “i-ELOOP,” the world’s first capacitor-based regenerative braking system.  In real-world driving conditions, which involve frequent acceleration and braking, i-ELOOP, a name derived from “Intelligent Energy Loop,” will improve fuel economy by up to 10 percent. Continue Reading →