Is Vanda The Leader Of Electrically Powered Supercars?

‘IN SOME WAYS IT IS A LITTLE easier to make a new supercar today with electric technology. What is challenging from an engineering perspective is putting the average user in mind – who’ll get in, start up and drive at whatever speed for as long as they want to drive. That’s the challenge: range versus weight. Developing an electric vehicle is more straightforward, though, without spending tens of millions developing an engine.’ Continue reading “Is Vanda The Leader Of Electrically Powered Supercars?”

 Bajaj V12 May Be Small But Has Plenty Of Power

The 150cc commuter segment is a confusing place, it’s easy to mistake one motorcycle for the other here. A Hero could be a Honda could be a Hero. And when Bajaj came into this confusion with the V15, people took notice. Of course, the INS Vikrant connection helped too. So much so that since its launch in early 2016, Bajaj has managed to roll out close to 20,000 units of the V15. But never one to sit idle, Bajaj has decided to apply the same formula to the 125cc commuter and has come up with this – the oddball-shaped, kilometre muncher V12. Continue reading ” Bajaj V12 May Be Small But Has Plenty Of Power”

Suzuki Access 125: Better Than Aprilia SR 150 Or Just Different?

Why are you comparing a 125 to a 150?

Convenience, practicality, low running costs and fun come standard with the New Suzuki Access 125. When we rode it, we knew it had the potential to take the fight to the Honda Activa 125. It was versatile, frugal, surprisingly quick off the line and a decent amount of fun, too. It met most expectations one would have from a scooter of this kind. Continue reading “Suzuki Access 125: Better Than Aprilia SR 150 Or Just Different?”

Kawasaki KLX140G: The Most Friendly Off-Roader You Could Get

It’s like getting hit the face with a metal pan, when the power band hits on an off-road 450. The acceleration is so violent and so immediate that it makes you wet your pants. So if you’re planning to start your off-road adventures atop a 450, well, just don’t. It won’t end well. What you need is a nice, friendly trail-bike that is light and manoeuvrable, yet has enough grunt to give you your daily adrenaline fix. What you need is something like the KLX 140G. Continue reading “Kawasaki KLX140G: The Most Friendly Off-Roader You Could Get”

Spyker Is Working On An Updated Hybrid SUV

Spyker Automotive is planning as many as four new cars over the next decade, including a petrol-electric super SUV and a cheaper six-cylinder sports car, as well as increasing production to 500 cars a year. The company, which recently revealed the Spyker C8 Preliator Spyder at the Geneva motor show, is now on a stable post-bankruptcy footing. It is based in the UK, builds cars in Coventry with CPP Manufacturing and is benefitting from the depressed value of the pound that all UK exporters are currently taking advantage of. Continue reading “Spyker Is Working On An Updated Hybrid SUV”

Vauxhall Insignia: When Casualty Meets Performance

AFTER YEARS OF building some frankly rather ordinary cars, Vauxhall suddenly seems to be on a bit of a roll. The latest Astra is one of our favourite small family cars and the recently revised Zafira Tourer is a thoroughly recommendable MPV. So, hopes are high for the second-generation Insignia executive car, which is in the final stages of develop mentahead of its launch next summer. The new car is 55mm longer than its predecessor, with 92mm of extra space between the front and rear wheels, creating more room for passengers. Continue reading “Vauxhall Insignia: When Casualty Meets Performance”

New Challenger in Electric Class – Faraday Future FF 91


Promising 1050bhp,a range of 378 miles and 0-62mphin2.39sec, the $200,000 (roughly £l60k) Faraday Future FF 91 electric saloon is not short of ambition. In fact, Faraday is a car company that has been around for only three years yet is now telling the world it will match Tesla at its own game in 2018, even though its factory exists as only an architect’s model and a dusty lot in the Nevada desert.

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Aero-P Atom


Few people exposed to the rampant acceleration and organ-rearranging cornering forces of an Ariel Atom would want for more, but the Somerset-based firm has taken its spaceframe sports car to a whole new level with its latest concept.

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These Are The Most Spectacular Launches Of 2017


FROM: RS 31.40 – 34.68 lakh (ex-showroom, Mumbai) Mercedes has given the CLA a minor cosmetic update, adding in new equipment along the way. The car gets new LED headlamps and Mercedes’ Dynamic select drive modes as standard equipment, while the top trim additionally packs in a larger 8. 0 inch infotainment semen and gets Apple Car Play and Android Auto connectivity. The petrol and diesel engines carry forward unchanged. Continue reading “These Are The Most Spectacular Launches Of 2017”

Ducati 1299: The Italian Masterpiece Of Superbikes

We a look at the Ducati 1299s, which comes standard with every possible piece of hardware, electronics and cosmetic upgrades that you can think of. Ducati has always been on top of the aspiration list of bikes to own at any given time, with a long racing heritage and truly unique and beautiful bikes. So how does the 1299s Panigale measure up to its predecessors? Continue reading “Ducati 1299: The Italian Masterpiece Of Superbikes”