Green living is no longer a trend. It’s a full-blow lifestyle—relating to the foods we eat, the clothes we wear, and the vehicles we drive. The inconvenient truth—to borrow a phrase—is that we have to change our ways, if we are going to be nicer to Mother Earth. Car companies like Hyundai are in fact playing a pivotal role in fostering a sustainable lifestyle with sensible green products such as the Tucson Fuel Cell and the 2016 Sonata Plug-in Hybrid.
Ferrari has a wonderful tradition of building limited-series sports cars that are blindingly fast and exquisitely designed—but that can be driven by mere mortals on everyday streets. Think: 288 GTO, the F40, the F50, and the Enzo. The latest model, introduced in 2013, is the ultimate in accessible high-performance extravagance, at least according to its name. It’s simply called LaFerrari.
A general search for a McLaren vehicle on eBay reveals a couple dozen MP4-12C supercars. The MP4 (or simply 12C) is the follow-up to the legendary McLaren F1. It’s hard to know precisely how many 12C cars were produced between 2011 and 2014, but probably a few thousand. However, we know that the production for the outrageously cool subsequent McLaren P1 plug-in hybrid supercar is set for 375 copies. So seeing a P1 up for sale on eBay is extraordinary.
The all-new 2015 Lexus NX compact SUV is not your father’s ho-hum Lexus. The sedate Japanese brand distinguishes its new model with sharp lines, a polarizing front-end, and unique driving position. The NX is available as the 200t turbocharged variant and the 300h hybrid model—which swaps some power for class-leading fuel efficiency. With the turbocharged […]
Global Warming is no laughing matter. Extended seasons, southern snowfalls, odd temperature patterns, the melting of Antarctica’s ice, the Adélie penguin population declining, and sea levels rising are just a few worrisome concerns of the planet heating up.
The California-based electric motorcycle company Zero Motorcycles made impressive headlines recently. In 2014, the company finished with record sales and is planning to do it again in 2015. They’ve also released new improvements on their 2015 models. This includes Showa suspension, Bosch anti-lock brakes, Pirelli tires, and a new improved interface. More about the new Zero Motorcycles can be read here.