Color Changing BMW of the Future | iX Flow
3,802 Views · 9 days ago

This is the new BMW iX Flow E-Ink, a @BMW with a futuristic technology that allows it to change color on demand. Today I show you how this incredible technology works and show you why this is one of the coolest cars in the world.

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World Premiere Vinfast Reveals Futuristic EVs!
2,216 Views · 11 days ago

VinFast (@VinFast Official) is a new auto manufacturer from Vietnam that is launching on a big scale in the United States. They've just revealed their whole EV line up for the US and European market. In the next year they'll open 60 showrooms in California alone.

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TOP 10 Craziest Concept Cars 2021
2,217 Views · 11 days ago

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2022 Range Rover VS 2022 Toyota Land Cruiser - SUV BATTLE!
7,691 Views · 27 days ago

---2022 Range Rover ---
SE: $105,350
Autobiography: $153,350
First Edition: $159,550

Although it has blue-collar roots dating back more than a half-century the 2022 Range Rover's high-end interior and first-class curb appeal are designed to attract wealthy, white-collar buyers. While its transformation has been decades in the making, this leather-lined limo has reached a point where it's nearly six-figure starting price seems an appropriate ask. The cabin features upscale finishes such as leather, wood, and thickly-piled carpeting. And there’s plenty of tech too. Buyers can choose either a turbocharged inline-six or a thundering 523-hp twin-turbo V-8 engine, but all models come standard with off-road-capable features, such as an all-wheel-drive system, a rear-wheel steering system, and an air suspension that can be raised for extra ground clearance. Few Range Rover owners would dare to venture too far from paved roads, but knowing you could if you wanted to is, in fact, a luxury.

Like the outgoing generation Range Rover, the new model offers a plush interior decked out with rich leathers and woods, but buyers who want a more sustainable cabin can opt for a new leather-free option, which subs-in wool or other textiles. The interior can be arranged to seat four, five, or seven depending on configuration and wheelbase. An optional motorized divider for the cargo area helps keep things from moving around too much during travel, and the Range Rover's split rear liftgate can be used as convenient and comfortable seating for outdoor events.

---2022 Toyota Land Cruiser ---
While we wait to see what Toyota does with this new model on our shores, we can dive into the specs. It weighs a claimed 440 pounds less than its predecessor and uses two new engines: a gasoline twin-turbo 3.4-liter V-6 with 409 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque or a turbodiesel twin-turbo 3.3-liter V-6 with 304 hp and 516 pound-feet of torque. A ten-speed automatic transmission and—naturally—four-wheel drive are standard across the board.

The new design doesn't look radically different from the current model, but the front end has a more prominent grille and a snazzier lighting setup, while the rear has new taillights and a reshaped tailgate. Inside, the cabin benefits from a significant upgrade with a large tablet-style infotainment screen and a cleaner dashboard layout. Three rows of seats will be available, and the third row appears to fold into the floor—a change from the current model, which requires you to flip and fold the wayback seats up towards the windows for more cargo capacity.
We should hear more about Toyota's future plans for the Land Cruiser soon, and we're curious to see what happens—if anything—with the nameplate in the U.S.
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2022 BMW XM first look: the most powerful BMW ever?
7,762 Views · 27 days ago

Here's everything we know about the design, interior and performance of the new, 2022 BMW XM - the hybrid super-SUV that's set to be the most powerful BMW road car in history.

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When it launches next year, the BMW XM will be the first bespoke, stand-alone M car since the iconic M1 supercar from 1978, and it'll be packing more firepower than any BMW that's gone before. The marque's new flagship will be an enormous super-SUV to take on the Aston Martin DBX, Lamborghini Urus and Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT, and BMW has given us a preview of what it's going to look like with this: the Concept XM. With wild styling and bigger kidney grilles than ever, the XM will make a big statement when it lands next year, but what will the interior be like, how quickly will it get from 0-62mph and what engine will it use? We reveal all.

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2022 Rolls Royce GHOST - Exterior and interior Details (Extraordinary Luxury Sedan)
6,659 Views · 27 days ago

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2022 Rolls-Royce Ghost
Starting at: $315,000 est

Highs Velvety-smooth ride, endless power from V-12 engine, high-class inside and out.
Lows King's ransom starting price, outward visibility is compromised by thick roof pillars, floppy-feeling brake pedal.
Verdict It might be the entry point to the Rolls-Royce brand, but the Ghost doesn't deliver an entry-level experience.

Rolls-Royce ownership makes a bold statement. It means that you're not only wealthy, but that you don't make compromises. The 2022 Ghost sedan lives up to that uncompromising luxury ethos and blends in a few surprises along the way. It shares its platform with the flagship Phantom sedan and the Cullinan SUV, which helps it provide a peerless ride quality that's on par with the best the brand has to offer. A smooth and whisper-quiet V-12 engine provides seemingly endless power, and the Ghost's cabin—decked out with only the finest leathers, fabrics, woods, and metals—serves as a palatial oasis from the rigors of affluence and celebrity.

What's New for 2022?

The Ghost welcomes a Black Badge variant for the 2022 model year, which sports darkened exterior trimmings, hand-polished and high-gloss paintwork, black wood interior trim, a slightly more powerful 592-hp version of the 6.7-liter V-12 engine, and more. The Black Badge is highly customizable, like all Rolls-Royce models, but its exclusivity means it commands a much higher starting price than the standard model.
Pricing and Which One to Buy
Ghost: $315,000 (est)
Ghost Black Badge: $400,000 (est)

Despite being the entry-level model, the Ghost will still be out of reach of most new-car buyers. The list of standard and optional equipment is extremely long, but Rolls-Royce offers a seemingly endless list of additional features and customizations, the only question is how much you're willing to spend.

Engine, Transmission, and Performance
The Ghost is powered by 563-hp 6.7-liter V-12 that is shared with the Cullinan SUV; Black Badge models get a boost in power to 592 hp. An eight-speed automatic handles shifting duties, and all-wheel drive is standard. According to Rolls-Royce, the Ghost is capable of hitting 60 mph in just 4.6 seconds, and we're looking forward to verifying that claim at our test track. Rolls-Royce also boasts that the new Ghost offers a sharper driving demeanor than the last model, pointing to the all-wheel-steering system and 50/50 weight distribution as evidence that driving satisfaction played a significant role in the car's development. The Ghost provides a peerless ride thanks to its standard adaptive suspension that employs a road-scanning camera to help the vehicle anticipate and compensate for potholes.

Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG

The EPA estimates that the Ghost will return 12 mpg in the city and 19 mpg on the highway. Once we get a chance, we'll put the Ghost through our 75-mph highway fuel-economy test and update this story with results. For more information about the Ghost's fuel economy, visit the EPA's website.

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo
Like the cabin of any Rolls-Royce, the new Ghost is opulent inside, with every surface, knob, switch, and lever crafted from quality materials. Trying to stand out from competitors like the Bentley Flying Spur and the Mercedes-Benz S-class, Rolls-Royce has pulled out all the stops. Think thick carpet, finely grained leather, real wood and metal accents, and even an available headliner with tiny integrated LEDs to simulate a starlit sky. An illuminated dashboard inlay glows when the driver turns on the Ghost, adding to the starry-night ambiance. The best seat in the house is in the rear, where passengers are treated to such luxuries as massaging seats, an entertainment system, and acres of legroom.

Infotainment and Connectivity

Along with providing a Wi-Fi hotspot, the Ghost features a large infotainment touchscreen with in-dash navigation. Though not confirmed, we expect it also includes both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto interfaces. A dual-screen rear-seat entertainment system allows passengers to adjust the radio, input destinations into the nav, and more. Rolls-Royce also supplies an 18-speaker Bespoke stereo system with 1300 watts of power and magnesium-ceramic speaker cones.
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The New Tesla Cybertruck Killer??
9,889 Views · 2 months ago

We went to the LA Autoshow to show you some of the coolest cars in the world. From concept cars to whacky ideas like the bathtub car, Sergi takes you around to show you what cars caught his attention.

Also what do you think of the Edison Future Electric Truck? We overheard other people comparing it to the Tesla Cybertruck. What do you think?

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The New Rolls Royce Ghost!
9,995 Views · 1 year ago

⁣This is the brand new Rolls Royce Ghost. Longer than it’s predecessor which means it’s even roomier! Love the new open door feature. Thoughts guys?

2021 Mercedes S-Class - Exterior and interior Details (King Sedan)
8,888 Views · 1 year ago

⁣What's New for 2021?

The 2021 S-class sedan ushers in an all-new generation. It attempts to improve on the outgoing model by offering more style, more luxury, more space, and even more technology. We expect the high-performance AMG variants and the ultra-luxurious Maybach model to debut sometime after that. While Mercedes has said that there won't be a next generation of the S-class coupe and convertible (called cabriolet), those 2020 models will carry over into 2021 without any changes.
Pricing and Which One to Buy
S500 4Matic: $110,850
S580 4Matic: $117,350
S560 coupe: $132,000 (est)
S560 cabriolet: $140,000 (est)

Although its starting price is significantly higher than the 2020 model, the new S-class boasts a host of modernizations and improvements to justify it's six-figure price tag. We think the ultimate luxury item is a powerful engine, so we'd pay extra to have the 496-hp V-8 and the more prestigious S580 trunklid badge.

Engine, Transmission, and Performance
Mercedes offers the sedan with either a 429-hp turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six-cylinder engine on the S500 or a 496-hp twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 on the S580. Both powertrains are supplemented by a 48-volt hybrid system (called EQ Boost) and pair with a nine-speed automatic transmission and 4Matic all-wheel drive. There will also be a plug-in-hybrid model that's said to have about 60 miles of all-electric range. The S560 coupe and convertible also feature a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8, but it's not electrically enhanced and makes 463 horses. Still, the last coupe we tested had smooth, expeditious acceleration that didn't disrupt passenger comfort. It also provided precise feedback from the steering and needed 178 feet to stop from 70 mph. As for the new sedan, we recently rode in a prototype S-class that showcased the sedan's different suspension and steering modes. While every model rides on an air suspension, we sampled the E-Active Body Control, which has a "curve" function" that subtly leans the car into corners. However, Mercedes says this feature won't be available until next year. The S-class can also be equipped with an all-wheel steering system that makes the big-bodied Merc surprisingly easy to maneuver in tight spaces.

Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG
Neither Mercedes nor the EPA have announced fuel-economy ratings for the new S-class sedan. Obviously, the government's estimates will vary between the two different powertrains, and we expect the larger of the engines to drink more fuel. Once those official figures are released, and we have the opportunity to put the new S-class sedan through our extensive testing regimen, which includes our 200-mile highway route, we can evaluate its real-world mpg. Otherwise the carry-over S560 coupe and cabriolet should have the same EPA ratings as the previous model year. Both of these body styles are rated at 17 mpg in the city and 26 mpg on the highway.

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo
Inside, the new S-class receives a new design that prioritizes screens. Lots of them. The sedan is available with up to five, including a giant center touchscreen and a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster. The latter works in concert with other technology to create a three-dimensional effect, but—thankfully—it can be turned off if you'd prefer the screens have a conventional appearance. There's also an enhanced head-up display that will show navigation directions in augmented reality. Basically, arrows move and turn in real-time to supposedly better assist the driver. We expect the build quality and cabin materials to meet or exceed Mercedes' upscale standards, and we know the sedan will continue to provide limousine-like accommodations for all passengers, specifically those riding in the back. The new model's rear-seat area offers slightly increased headroom and legroom, and it can also be equipped with power-adjustable reclining seats that have massage functions and extensive heating elements. Along with being physically coddled, those in the back should be mentally entertained by the optional rear-seat entertainment system that adds two 11.6-inch screens on the front seatbacks as well as the interactive LED interior lighting.

Infotainment and Connectivity
A cutting-edge infotainment system has become a hallmark of modern luxury cars, and Mercedes makes good on that with its latest and greatest interface. The sedan's center stack is dominated by a huge 12.8-inch OLED touchscreen that sits portrait-style, but it doesn't come with any sort of touchpad or rotary controller. What it does come with is an enhanced version of Mercedes' MBUX software that features improved voice-command functions and smartphone-esque capability, including facial recognition and fingerprint scanning.

New 2021 Escalade | The Super Tech SUV!
7,796 Views · 1 year ago

I'm testing the sportiest of the new Escalades, the Sport Platinum edition. It's the first time I've seen a fridge and a freezer integrated between the passenger and the driver's seats. Love the voice enhancer tech and the massive screen that has Virtual Reality capabilities. Thoughts guys?
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Aston Martin's First SUV!
12,158 Views · 1 year ago

This is one of my all time favourite car colors. Absolutely stunning in real life. True to Aston Martin form, the interior is chock full of beautiful leather and I was really impressed with the drive. There are a few things though that I'm not a fan of... including the infotainment screen. Check it out guys. You thoughts??

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Japan Officially Reveals Flying Car
9,983 Views · 1 year ago

The flying car has been the promise of science fiction and technology expos since the 30s when an airplane engineer decided to try and make a plane drivable on the road. Since then there have been numerous false starts and lofty promises while we were still no closer to having a car that with the push of a button could take to the air. All of that is changing, though...or so they say. A Japanese company has reached a little realized threshold of sustaining a manned flight on a multirotor electric vertical take off and landing flying car. While four minutes and a few feet doesn’t sound that impressive, it’s a lot closer than most have gotten in their hopes of designing a mode of transport that operates in three dimensions instead of just the boring old two. SkyDrive Inc’s SD-03 flying car concept joins Hyundai and Uber’s flying taxi as well as concepts from other startups and stalwarts like Boeing and AirBus trying to be first into what could end up being a trillion dollar industry. But are we really three years away from the flying car like Japan hopes, or are there more hurdles for the flying car before we can live our Jetson’s future? Let’s take a look at the Toyota invested SkyDrive SD-03 and what it might mean for the future of the flying car.

Meanest Lamborghini Urus by Mansory
9,905 Views · 1 year ago

This is a custom Lamborghini Urus done by Mansory and costs double what the standard SUV costs! I'm such a fan of this look. Thoughts guys?

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Sony Officially Reveals Car To Beat Tesla
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18,397 Views · 1 year ago

Sony, the major technology brand- yes the same ones bringing you the PS5! Have actually launched their own electric vehicle, and it's targeted directly to compete against Elon Musk's Tesla!

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This year’s Consumer Electronics Show started to look a bit more like the Geneva Auto Show than it did an electronics show with companies like Lamborghini, Honda, and Hyundai revealing technology riddled concept cars that promise a future of flying taxis, supercars that can order toilet paper on the go, and self driving cars. Among those established car manufacturers and starry eyed start ups was a surprise entry, Sony with their Vision S sedan. As one would expect from a technology company like Sony, the Vision S is riddled with screens and interfaces that would allow drivers and passengers alike to access Sony Entertainment properties. But rather than show up with a flashy box that looks very much like a car that can really only at best be rolled on the showroom floor to show off their fancy technology, Sony showed up with a for real running driving electric car. Despite all that, Sony still is saying that they’re not getting in the car building car business any time soon. If that’s true, then why did Sony announce that the Vision S has showed up in Tokyo for testing, and what are they testing exactly? Well, it turns out that Sony has already sunk $5.3 billion into self driving sensor technology and the product of that investment is in part the Vision S. With the Vision S, Sony is hoping to be the bridge that turns self driving cars from science fiction into science reality and raking in the profits as the industry leader in self driving car technology. Let’s take a look at how that all shaped up.

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New 2020 Toyota Yaris Cross: see why it stands out from the crossover crowd
14,421 Views · 2 years ago

Toyota is a little late to the compact crossover class, with almost every rival you can care to think of rival already well established. The new model sits below the CH-R in the brand's SUV lineup, promising funky looks, a practical cabin and class-leading CO2 emissions figures. We give the full rundown of what to expect when it goes on sale.

ROAD KINGS | 1/2 Mile Racing | Ocala Ep.1
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12,380 Views · 2 years ago

Here it is! Road Kings is a documentary series that was created with myself and my two buddies, Gidi and Jatty which began filming a few years ago. Previously this show has been on Amazon Prime in the USA, and 2 seasons in Canada in French. We wanted to offer it here exclusively so EVERYONE can join in our fun! Many more episodes are on the way.

This 1st episode you get to hear a bit about our backgrounds, and then its time to get into the racing and the fun!

IMDB/Amazon Prime Description : Based on the life of three wealthy entrepreneurs whose real passion resides into car racing. The three men are followed all around the world while they attend different racing events, all this, for the ultimate goal of beating speed world records and winning races for the sake of glory. But racing is also far from being the only aspect the show focuses on. Of course, the lavish lifestyle of the three colorful protagonists is really put forward in the show: life with the trips around the world, big expenses and high adrenaline activities. Every day of their unique lives is subject to a show of its own.
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Auto Finesse Detailing Academy - Sarah Mepham x Audi S1 Detail
8,824 Views · 2 years ago

The Auto Finesse Detailing Academy is open to all kinds of cars and their owners from experienced professional detailers looking to "polish their skills" to complete novices who want to take their car wash game to the next level. On this particular day we were joined by Sarah to help give the Audi S1 a deep clean, single-stage polish and apply some protection to see it through the winter months....

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10 Newest Korean Cars Covering All Auto Segments from Cheapest to Luxury in 2021
11,103 Views · 2 years ago

It's time to face the truth: days when Korean automobiles were viewed as completely unreliable, boring and not worthy of a smart buyer’s attention are long gone. Modern makes from the Peninsula are snatching awards left and right across multiple segments for their designs, technological superiority, and performance.

Moreover, reputable dependability watchdogs are giving these cars the highest scores and highlight market leading warranty conditions. In this episode of Automotive Territory we will reveal to you top 10 newest introductions from Korean brands that will continue their conquest of consumers in 2021!

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Kia Sorento:

2021 Kia Sorento is a part of the new 4th generation of the model, that brings us updated styling, more spacious cabin, added tech features, and a wider selection of powertrains, including a hybrid and future PHEV.

Hyundai Elantra:

Fully revised for 2021, the 7th generation Hyundai Elantra abandons its humble compact car origins, earning a new sports sedan identity. The car is built on a novel K3 vehicle platform, boasting a longer wheelbase and wider body with a lower roofline.

Genesis GV80:

2021 Genesis GV80 is the first SUV from the Korean luxury brand and its 4th model overall. The GV80 has 3 rows of seats and comes fully packed with premium interior, connectivity and safety amenities.

Kia Optima:

As expected, Kia Optima AKA K5 is following in the footsteps of its platform sibling Hyundai Sonata, which went through the generation upgrade in 2020. The new sedan is not just another Kia, arguably, it looks better than a Stinger.

Hyundai i20:

Redesigned for 2021, Hyundai i20 small hatchback enters its third generation with a generous list of standard tech, attractive exterior and a versatile range of engines.

Kia Seltos:

One of the Kia’s main selling points is that the company knows how to blend style, value and a desirable set of equipment under a compelling price tag. Keeping all that advantages onboard, the rugged little Seltos SUV officially enters the US market as a 2021 model.

Hyundai Venue:

Even though this all-new subcompact crossover joined Hyundai’s lineup in 2020, it remains extremely fresh to deserve a shout out in this episode. The Venue is the smallest and most affordable entry in the Hyundai crossover line.

Genesis G80:

Don’t mind newcomers from Mercedes, BMW or Audi, without a doubt, the most stunning premium mid-size sedan of 2021 is Genesis G80.

Hyundai Creta:

Also known as ix25, Hyundai Creta is a subcompact crossover-SUV that first went into production in 2014. For the upcoming model year, it is entering its 2nd generation to be sold in India, Brazil, China, and Russia.

Kia XCeed:

2020 Kia XCeed sits on the same platform as the rest of the Ceed lineup, but boasts an all new body, updated styling, elegant fastback roof, and more ground clearance. Under the hood, the XCeed can be spec-ed to your liking: it has 3 gasoline and 2 diesel engine options, plus a PHEV modification joined the lineup in early 2020.

Hyundai Prophecy:

This concept is the next attempt by Hyundai to change the perception of the brand, by drifting away from awkward shapes of the former models and into the new Sensuous Sportiness design philosophy, which draws inspiration from Porsches of the Golden Era.

Meet The Guy Who Wraps Celebrities' Luxury Cars
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14,081 Views · 2 years ago

Celebrity car customizer Yianni Charalambous specializes in incredibly rare and expensive cars. Ferrari, Aston Martin, Porsche, McLaren, Bentley, Rolls Royce, he's wrapped them all. Among some of the celebrities he has worked with are KSI, Harry Styles, Rupert Grint, Gordon Ramsay, and Anthony Joshua.

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