Running around town in the Tumbler from Nolan’s Batman seems like a very good idea, if you have the money to pay for it. You don’t have to be Bruce Wayne rich to buy this one, mainly because it is unlikely you go around dressed in suits and fight crime, or have a batcave where you can quietly stash this.
McLaren brought its brand new supercar to the Geneva Motor Show. The 650S is placed right above the McLaren 12C in the marque’s lineup, and comes in the flavors of a coupe and a spider. The supercar is powered by McLaren’s M838T twin-turbo V8 engine that pumps out 641 hp. It has a top speed of 204mph, doing a zero to 62mph run in just three seconds. Both versions, the coupe, and the hardtop convertible, will go on sale this spring.
Children have been playing around in large cars for decades now, but it is always an allure to have a better car available. And quite frankly, there’s little better you can go once you own an Aston Martin. Meet the DB Junior, a fully functional car for children of age 10 years and older.
Renault’s offering at the New Delhi Auto Show was the KWID off-roader concept, which apart from the features it offers shall always be better known for including a companion drone. The quadcopter drone lays hidden in a rear pivoting roof section, and flies off on command from an integrated console manager in the car.
2013 Tesla Model S and 2014 Corvette Stingray Z51 drag race for a quarter mile. The results are close, and interesting.
Little Tikes Cozy Coupe has been a staple car for children for decades, and of course, several of us adults have memories of the little car. Little Tikes now has a sibling, a street legal car that resembles the famous toy car, but is fit to be driven on the road. The adult-sized version is called the Toytown Coupé and was built by Attitude Autos in the UK.
Feast your eyes on the beauty that is the 2015 Corvette Z06. What this car has in looks is complemented by what it has to offer in terms of performance as well. The Z06 comes with a supercharger mounted to its 6.2-liter LT4 engine, offering up a neat 625 hp and 635 lb-ft of torque. While the exact performance figures aren’t really out yet, we can safely bet with power like that and the attention to detail in its design, this would put up quite a performance.
You have to be impressed by the sheer scale of this vending machine in Hangzhou, China. Rather than the usual little treats we would expect vending machines to sell, this one burps out cars. The vending machine and cars there are part of a car sharing program by Kandi Technologies.
Toyota FT-1 concept car takes departure from the cars Toyota has recently been making. Blandness of the usual Toyota cars makes way for an aggressive, stylish look with this concept. Several regard this concept as a spiritual successor to the good old Toyota Supra, and if that really be the case, FT-1 needs to stop being a concept and get real soon.
I had no idea you could rub it on cars and have sparkling results. I see there’s also a scratch remover. Ridiculous photograph captured by yours truly.