Hallelujah the rotary is back! Well, sort of. Unveiled at the Tokyo motor show, the RX-Vision represents a future that Mazda hopes to make into reality; a front-engine, rear-wheel drive sports car with Victoria Secret model proportions, and powered by the next generation SKYACTIV-R rotary engine. Did we mention rotary yet?
100 Years of Italian Racing Heritage in a Dynamic, Deliriously Fun Package The 2015 Alfa Romeo 4C wants to prove a point. And the more you stare at the compact, mid-engine Italian sports car, its massive side air intakes giving it a muscular stance, the more the temptation to take it up on the offer … [Read more…]
It was in 2008 when Harley introduced its darker models to the bike world that the Sportster 883 Iron became a cycle celebrity, bringing along a younger breed of hipsters. Now, thanks to the recent re-launching of the Dark Custom range in Tokyo, Japan — a new generation of riders/ customizers await.
Jaguar’s “Good to be Bad” campaign was a randy acknowledgement of something we already knewBrits make the best cinematic vilains. Now the cats from Coventry are plottng to take on rivals Audi and BMW through Special Operations, a new division charged with releasing high-performance limitededition vehicles.
Gone are the days when we had to make do with anaemic 100c screamers, when the only muscle bikes around was the ‘Yamdoot’ RD350 besides that old warhorse, Royal Enfield’s Bullet and that flash in the pan – Jawa’s Yezdi 250cc. BMW made waves when they announced and launched the F650 Funduro in January ’96.
Uncommon Sense Crossovers are the most logical consumer vehicles on the road. From solid fuel efficiency to decent cargo space, the CUV is designed for utility. Unfortunately, no man wants to be remembered for his utility, and this truth has made these intelligent choices the last resort among male car buyers.