We’ve all been there; you get a supercar but you don’t have a matching yacht, what are you to do?Well, say goodbye to sleepless nights because Bugatti have teamed up with Palmer Johnson yachts to produce the new Bugatti Niniette. At 66-feet long, the Niniette can travel up to 44 knots because it would be disappointing if it wasn’t as fast on the water as the Bugatti Chiron was on the roads.
It reaches 60mph in 1.3 seconds and can hit 124mph in just 5.6 seconds…and is a 1984 Chevrolet S10 Truck.The truck, deemed Britain’s fastest pickup truck, has been fitted with a 7-litre V8 engine and built-in nitrous oxide kit, giving it 900bhp and has a top speed of over 150mph and goes on sale at Classic Car Auctions in April.
Even more exciting Geneva Motor Show news as Mitsubishi has finally unveiled their Eclipse Cross. They teased us before the Motor Show but now we’ve seen the whole thing, and it’s looking promising.Sandwiched in between the ASX and the Outlander, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is designed to compete with the likes of the Nissan Qashqai which is quite interesting considering Nissan has pretty much taken full control of Mitsubishi.
More news from the Geneva Motor Show as Range Rover have unveiled the 2018 Velar. Sitting comfortably between the Evoque and the Sport in size, the Velar is the new SUV on the market and is as interesting inside as it is outside.With touches like hidden door handles and a blacked out roof, the Range Rover Velar is sure to be a hit with many. The interior is uncluttered and gives us an idea of what future Range Rovers will look like. It also comes with Land Rover’s latest infotainment system, the Touch Pro Duo, with two 10-inch screens. It also comes with matrix-laser LED Headlights and Burnished Copper-coloured detailing. The touchscreen infotainment system is Land Rover’s most sophisticated yet and controls the heated seats, suspension and transmission settings.
On March 7th at the Geneva Motor Show, Renault unveiled their face-lifted Captur to much excitement. The new Captur comes with a higher level of specification and updated styling. The interior has also got a bit of an upgrade with a new Signature S trim level being added that comes with a newer R-Link infotainment system. The Renault Captur is the best-selling B-segment crossover in Europe and has understandably had a few adjustments to keep it fresh and exciting. There are now an additional two colours to choose from, Desert Orange and Ocean Blue, as well as a new roof colour while the Captur will still keep its two-tone option. Like the other new Renault models, the new Captur will get full LED headlights as an option with LED daytime running lights as well, which form a C-shape motif. The skid plate, as seen on previous models, has been revised...
The Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo concept was first unveiled at the Paris Motor Show in 2012, and at the Geneva Motor Show this year we finally get to see the final product…and it’s pretty similar to the concept. There could be a chance that families driving the Panamera might have a gripe that it just doesn’t have enough space. These families might end up looking elsewhere for something slightly on the larger side. Well, to stop that happening Porsche have unveiled a larger version of the Panamera, the Sport Turismo. At first glance, it doesn’t look much bigger, and that’s because the wheelbase, the length and the width remain unchanged. So, what’s different?
It’s no secret that studies often find that women consider men who drive expensive cars more attractive, but what about the cars they find least attractive?New research released today, revealed that the Mini topped the list with just 5% of women saying that they found men driving Mini’s attractive.
The trade body for the vehicle rental and leasing industry has responded to the government’s Autumn Statement. Full details are below: The BVRLA has welcomed the Chancellor’s decision to introduce a new, more granulated range of company car tax bandings for ultra-low emission cars from April 2020, but is concerned that the timing of the changes will lead to a drop-off in demand for these vehicles in the intervening period.The changes will see 15 new bandings introduced, of which 11 will be for ULEVS. From 2020...
Don’t Stop Me Now is the number one driving song in the UK, a study has revealed.The single which was released in 1979 was one of three Queen hits to feature in the top ten.Mr Brightside, the first single released by The Killers was runner up.