Automobile brands struggle hard to beat their competitors in the international market. The year of 2016 has noticed the hardest face off but, as automakers are trying to come up with their greatest automotive. We should admit that making the listing of 5 Best New Cars for the model year 2016 received us pretty twisted because all have been awesome. Anyhow, here you go:
A world without sports cars! Is that even a possibility? As the times are changing, we are seeing a definite shift in focus: from speed and agility to less dependency on fossil fuels and driverless cars. BMW sales chief Ian Robertson confirmed the phenomena about the future of sports cars in a recent interview to Bloomberg. According to him, the sports car market has pretty much collapsed if post 2008 sales figures are anything to go by. Despite an onslaught of super cars like Audi TT, Mercedes SLK and BMW Z4, sports car sales have halved over the last decade.
The performance and styling of American vehicles have always historically reflected the feelings of the times that they were created and sold in. The really great cars of the 1930s represented beacons of optimism during the Great Depression. The land yachts of the 1950s with elevated tail fins symbolized post-WWII prosperity, and the powerful muscle cars of the 1960s with athletic appearances illustrated the fascination people in the United States were developing with pure performance. Here we have surveyed some examples of perfectly represented the feeling of the times. We hope you enjoy reading about this really interesting information we have stumbled upon!
Most of us associate horsepower with a truck or car but you will see it specified today on most anything with an internal combustion engine-even lawnmowers have stickers stating their horsepower. But what is horsepower, and what does a horsepower rating mean in terms of a machine’s performance? Let’s find out.
Reviews and test drive reports from various writers have started to define what to expect from the 2017 Ford Truck lineup.