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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.
Every day, one can see that times are changing. Real-time communication is becoming easier and more convenient, Google put its first self-driven car on the road, and electric vehicles are gaining in popularity. California-based electric motorcycle company, Zero Motorcycles, is making headway in the North America and European market place. In 2014, the company broke […]
Lexus has a reputation for making vehicles that are comfortable, quiet, safe, reliable, but perhaps a bit boring. Although the company is trying to create a more exciting brand image, through such vehicles as the exotic LFA and the new RC coupe, its bread and butter will continue to be more sensible sedans and crossovers for the foreseeable future.
After more than three years of development, testing, teasing, and having the entire powertrain was revamped less than two years ago, the all-new Acura NSX made its world debut at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. Not only does the new NSX look stunning, it has the raw power to make it […]
Japanese automotive giant Honda isn’t just unveiling new models and concepts at this year’s North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit—it’s declaring 2015 the “Year of Honda.” The brunt of Honda’s focus at the 2015 NAIAS is on its FCV Concept, which is making its North American debut. Despite having the word “Concept” in […]
Hyundai unveiled a redesigned version of its Sonata Hybrid sedan today at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The 2016 Sonata Hybrid’s 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine offers a 10 percent jump in fuel economy compared to the outgoing model, which gets 38 mpg. The boost will allow the Sonata Hybrid to compete head-to-head with […]