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Monthly Archives: January, 2019

Is an uncrashable Mercedes Benz possible?

Mercedes Benz has been talking to Motoring online magazine in Australia, saying that an uncrashable car is possible. This might seem impossible to most of us, but Mercedes’ global R&D chief, Ola Kalennius claims it is not a pipedream and he has produced a new ESF (formerly ESV), or Experimental Safety Vehicle to prove it. … Continue reading “Is an uncrashable Mercedes Benz possible?”

The McLaren 2050 MCLExtreme

McLaren Applied Technologies (MAT), the sister company of the Formula One team, has unveiled a futuristic concept car that we probably wont see on the track until 2050. That is quite some time to wait for the all-electric vehicle currently named the 2050: MCLExtreme. The McLaren team collected opinions from its F1 fans in order … Continue reading “The McLaren 2050 MCLExtreme”

Porsche 718 Cayman returns firm to racing

The Porsche 718 Cayman is set to bring the German automobile maker back to rally racing. Last week, the company announced that it plans to develop a purpose-built car that resembles the Cayman GT4 concept car unveiled last August. Back then, Motor Authority writer Viknesh Vijayenthiran wrote, “Should production go ahead, expect Porsche to offer … Continue reading “Porsche 718 Cayman returns firm to racing”

The Amphi-X supercar

The Amphi-X is the latest in automobile innovations. With concepts for flying cars and walking cars emerging, it seems there is a trend for keeping cars of the future off the roads. So, it’s no surprise that somebody has designed an amphibious supercar that will take you where you want to go by water. The … Continue reading “The Amphi-X supercar”

The Mercedes Benz EQB electric crossover

The Mercedes Benz EQB will join the new Mercedes Benz GLB SUV that is launching this year, according to an Autocar report. The GLB is a compact SUV with a 2.0-litre hybrid petrol/diesel engine and has “larger wheels to house uprated brakes, a larger air intake on the lower front bumper and a redesigned grille pattern … Continue reading “The Mercedes Benz EQB electric crossover”

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