Car enthusiasts around the world are constantly searching for the rarest and most desirable automobiles. While most cars are mass produced in their millions, certain vehicles are specially made as collects items and can be obtained by only a certain select few. Here is an overview on the top five rarest cars in the world to get your motors running.
February 6th, 2013
Volkswagen’s new Golf, the Mk7, will be arriving in showrooms across the world very soon, having been met with critical acclaim in pre-release tests and reviews. There’s nothing revolutionary about the hatchback, but it will eventually be available with VW’s 4Motion all-wheel-drive system. It’s becoming increasingly common for smaller cars to be fitted with such a system, but many markets won’t get the option, leading to many disappointed Golf fans.
The new Mazda CX-5 Crossover
is the best example of a crossover without compromise. The car provides versatility, driving convenience, and space. The car is also packed with advanced features that come with the best mileage among all SUVs and hybrids in the USA. A notable feature of this car is the embedded SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY with the new 2.5L SKYACTIV-G gasoline engine. The look of the car is very well-executed from both interior and exterior. The cabin inside has a richer feel with loads of space. The design of the car is simple and
January 26th, 2013
Whether you’re a car collector, a gearhead or you just like to drive, odds are good that you also like gadgets that are designed to make your ride uniquely your own. From dashboard cameras to a weatherproof GPS system, here are seven of the sleekest, most stylish and most useful gadgets on the market:
Porsche has always claimed that Cayenne is one of their best selling vehicles and undoubtedly the vehicle also offers a better resale value, but at the 2013 North American International Auto Show Porsche has decided to unveil their new flagship sport utility vehicle. Porsche has now announced the world premiere of the 550 horsepower Cayenne Turbo S that offers a whole new world of options to the buyers. While Porsche always said that they are happy with their Cayenne Turbo that delivers 500 horsepower they have now decided to go one level with the same 4.8 liter twin turbocharged Turbo