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  • Electric but no shocks

    Electric but no shocks

    BMW has developed a new, more capacious battery pack for its i3 electric hatchback to increase the car’s range, and that very power unit has finally found its way into the REX range-extender variant. For those uninitiated in the complexities of...

  • From autonomy to economy

    From autonomy to economy

    Autonomous cars are due to contribute €17 trillion to the European economy by 2050, according to Nissan. The figure has been revealed following a comprehensive study on the subject, made up of an independent report by think tank Policy Network. It...

  • Care for your car

    Care for your car

    Car upholstery and interior textiles get a lot of wear through dust, road dirt and everyday soiling. The Sonax interior care specialists ensure comfortable seating and a pleasant atmosphere while driving. First, remove the floor mats and...

  • Electrifying concept

    Electrifying concept

    The Jaguar I-Pace Concept car is the start of a new era for Jaguar. This is a production preview of the Jaguar I-Pace, which will be revealed next year and on the road in 2018. Jaguar’s engineering and design teams have torn up the rule book to...

  • Past and present

    Past and present

    This year’s edition of the Milano AutoClassica brought together enthusiasts, experts and operators, all attracted by this continuously expanding sector which is gaining more and more interest in the general public. The event focused on the...

  • Small car, big technology

    Small car, big technology

    Ford has revealed the next generation Ford Fiesta – the world’s most technologically advanced small car – at a special Go Further event held in Cologne, Germany. The next generation Fiesta was unveiled with the most sophisticated range of driver...

  • Printed matter

    Printed matter

    Honda has revealed a revolutionary new micro commuter vehicle created using 3D printing. Unveiled at the CEATEC show in Japan, the vehicle has been produced through a partnership between Honda and Kabuku Inc. It is based on a design model that...

  • European production

    European production

    Production of the Toyota C-HR crossover was officially launched at Toyota Motor Manufacturing Turkey in Sakarya, Turkey. The Toyota C-HR became the eighth model currently produced in Europe and enters the C-segment with a fresh new take on the...

  • Jams come unstuck

    Jams come unstuck

    It’s no breaking news: Malta has a traffic problem, with a high rate of car ownership, roads which cannot take the pressure, and few alternative modes of transport. However, it all depends what car you drive. The Renault Twingo gives you the...

  • Simply untaggable

    Simply untaggable

    The latest addition to the Audi family, the Q2, has just been launched in Malta. The new Q2 is not just a scaled down Audi Q3. It represents a totally new segment for Audi and a completely new design direction than that of its larger brothers and...

  • Tuning in

    Tuning in

    Ford Performance has pulled the covers off the new Mustang GT4, a turnkey racecar designed to compete in GT4 series around the world. The car was unveiled at the 2016 SEMA Show. It was designed and engineered by Ford Performance and Multimatic...

  • Left breathless

    Left breathless

    The CVO Street Glide is decked out fender to fender with custom details and with the most powerful Harley engine and sound system to date. The CVO Street Glide is everything you thought could never roll out of a factory. It’s about plenty of...

  • Packing a punch

    Packing a punch

    The latest generation Audi R8 coupe has been on the market for a year now, so aside from the Spyder’s retractable roof there’s nothing particularly new to shout about. That’s not a problem, though, because the roof’s opening and closing mechanism...

  • A successful performance

    A successful performance

    The Audi Q2 and the Audi A5 Coupé both finished triumphantly in the 2016 Golden Steering Wheel awards. The premium carmaker from Ingolstadt won in both the Compact SUV and Sports Car categories. Together with an international panel of experts,...

  • Motoring events with plenty of emotions

    Motoring events with plenty of emotions

    St Petersburg was the stage of the EuBea 2016 award ceremony. Currently in its 11th year, the event is now the key European showcase for the event and live communication industries. With its Alfa Romeo and Fiat brands, the FCA group was a leading...

  • Getting a grip

    Getting a grip

    When the original Tiger Explorer made its debut four years ago, it brought a new contender to the adventure market, competing directly with BMW’s R1200GS. This latest guise was launched at the beginning of this year, and comes in six different...

  • A family stable

    A family stable

    Like father, like son, goes the old adage, and while it may not always turn out that way, this certainly applies in the case of Marico Sammut and his involvement with classic cars. “Old cars in the Sammut family go back to my grandfather Nicholas,...

  • Surviving the season

    Surviving the season

    Winter can be hard on your car, what with the cold temperatures and roads opening new potholes with every shower, but with a little care there’s no reason why your classic can’t make it through unscathed. Check the seals Water is not something...

  • What happens in Vegas

    What happens in Vegas

    The SEMA Show, which was held at the Las Vegas Convention Centre from October 31 to November 3, is one of the leading automotive specialty products trade event in the world. It draws the industry’s brightest minds and hottest products to one place...

  • A winning anniversary

    A winning anniversary

    Racing driver Paul O’Shea won his second title as US sports car champion in the 1956 season driving a Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing. When the season ended on December 28, 1956, he was champion in the category D Production and had scored the most...

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