Ravi Puvvala’s Outstanding Plans For Savari

Our company s position is you can’t build a truly autonomous car without vehicle-to-X technology,” declares Ravi Puvvala, CEO of Savari. But just what is Savari and who is Ravi Puvvala? Savari builds vehicle-to-X solutions, the technology that allows vehicles and transport infrastructure (for example, traffic lights) to talk to each other. Or to put … [Read more…]

Rolls-Royce: Amazing Upgrades For Luxurious Rides

Sweptail (US$12.8 million, RM57.6 million) is an achingly gorgeous piece of machinery that showcases Rolls-Royce’s immortal coach-building expertise. A brushed aluminium piece frames the dignified face and leads into the hand-polished Pantheon grille. Along the sides, a combination of concave surfaces and mild flaring of the wheel arches lend a taut appearance which culminates in … [Read more…]

London Taxi Has A Surprising New Look

A new, electrified London taxi has been revealed – with its designers accepting that reinterpreting such an iconic design “is bound to prompt arguments”. Called the LEVCTX, it has been built and developed by the London Taxi Company, which has been renamed the London Electric Vehicle Company (LEVC) and is owned by Volvo’s Chinese parent, … [Read more…]

The GTS’ Ultimate Test – 2015 Porsche 991 GTS Coupe Vs 2015 991 GTS Cabriolet Vs 2015 991 Targa 4 GTS

GTS: three letters that, when siphoned together, evoke a strong yet wonderfully nostalgic sporting spirit in the Porsche world. As you’ll know, the legend started more than 50 years ago with the 904 Carrera GTS, a Targa Florio-winning car that gave rise to the infallible 917, and was reignited for the 911 production line in … [Read more…]

Past Is Hard to Forget – 2003 Porsche 996 Turbo Vs 2016 Porsche 991.2 Turbo


It’s incredible, in terms of engineering evolution, what Porsche has achieved in 15 short years with the 911 Turbo. As the 996 Turbo sits silently next to its younger 991 brethren, their respective exhausts still making light ‘pinging’ sounds as they cool from our country blast, the overarching theme of change – even visually – … [Read more…]

Renault 5 Alpine Turbo Coupe Is A Little Rebel

Project 122: At the end of the 1960’s, Renault is breathing in the air of change, lurking the desire to renew the range seeking the blend of brilliance and low running costs. The young designer Michel Boue finds the perfect moment by presenting the design of a compact and at the same time pleasing car: … [Read more…]