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.
Every once in awhile there is a phenomena that changes the way we look at the car industry forever and earlier this month Bugatti did exactly that.
With the release of the latest Fast and Furious it only makes sense to check out the top 10 cars used by the late Paul Walker in these series. We are counting them down for you.
Lewis Hamilton was the first to admit that Ferrari’s speed that the Maranellos showcased during Friday’s practice took him a little bit by surprise. Although the reigning champion managed to beat Kimi Raikonnen’s time by fourth tenths of a second, he had to acknowledge the progress that the Italian team made since the previous season. … Read moreHamilton is surprised by Ferrari’s speed
Japanese cars are mostly regarded for their reliability and affordability. That is the reason they retain the greatest market share in all vehicle segments across the world. Here in this article, you will find top Japanese cars that are most suitable for drifting on tracks. Let’s go deep and find out why we picked these: … Read moreTop 6 Japanese Cars that you would Love to Drift in