Range Energy’s Electric Trailer Could Redefine Cargo Hauling

Equipping the trailer with its own electric motors and battery can improve a semi-truck’s performance and efficiency.

Brick House Builds Tours Its New Motorcycle Shop

After years of waiting, Brick House Builds have a new place for even more projects in the future.

Jakarta E-Prix: Gunther ends drought to give Maserati MSG first win

Maximilian Gunther claimed a first Formula E victory for Maserati MSG in the Jakarta E-Prix, as an ill-fated overtaking attempt from Nick Cassidy handed the points lead to Pascal Wehrlein.

Russell: Double podium "a sign of things to come" for Mercedes F1

George Russell believes Mercedes' double podium at Formula 1's Spanish Grand Prix is "a sign of things to come" for the team.

Estimated Tesla Order Backlog Increased To 83,000 On May 16, 2023

The situation improved after noticeable price cuts applied in April.

Watch An AMG GT 63 S Take On A BMW M5, Porsche Panamera In A Drag Race

It's an epic showdown of internal combustion and electric hybrid supercars.

Mo’Cycle’s Airbag Jeans Are Now Available

The official product video dropped on May 30, 2023, and the price starts at $649 USD.

Aston Martin explains extent of damage to Alonso's F1 floor

Aston Martin has revealed the extent of the floor damage Fernando Alonso had to deal with in qualifying for Formula 1's Spanish GP.

Jeremy Clarkson jumps to Phillip Schofield's defence as 'witch hunt' continues

Former Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson has jumped to the defence of Phillip Schofield during what many have described as a witch hunt against the former This Morning host. Over the last few weeks, Phillip's career has been on a downward spiral following a number of personal scandals. His brother Timothy was jailed for child […]

Ford F-150 Lightning Owner Explains Why He Sold It After 6 Months

This owner worried about excessive depreciation but was also unhappy with the Lightning's software and charging challenges.

Leclerc to start Spanish GP from pitlane as Ferrari replaces rear end

Charles Leclerc will start from the pitlane for Formula 1’s Spanish Grand Prix after Ferrari elected to change the entire rear end of his car following his qualifying woes.

2023 Federal Tax Credit: Only Five BEV Manufacturers Qualify

$7,500, $3,750 or zero... or maybe a lease to get $7,500 anyway?

F3 Barcelona: Alonso protege Marti dominates for feature race win at home

Pepe Marti dominated the Formula 3 feature race in Barcelona to take his third win of the season at his home race.

Palou: “Crazy” Detroit track is too tight, too short for IndyCars

Detroit Grand Prix polewinner Alex Palou thinks the new street course in Motor City’s downtown area is “crazy” and too tight and short for IndyCars.

The only example of the "world's most dangerous" car sold at auction

How can we forget the TVR Cerbera Speed 12, a true monster of the road, a car of such unprecedented power that it was dubbed the 'most dangerous car in the world'.Officially it developed 840 horsepower with its 7.7-litre V12, but it is rumoured to have produced more than 1000 horsepower on the test bench. In fact, it was also indomitable because it was a very light car, a track car to be homologated for the road.Well, last 20 May the TVR Cerbera Speed 12 was put up for auction and found a new buyer who decided to invest a good $750,000 in this legendary car.

New Mazda CX-5 Planned, Could Launch In 2025 With Hybrid Powertrain

The CX-5 would be sold alongside the CX-50, CX-70, and CX-90 in Mazda's US showrooms.

Why McLaren shocked on F1’s toughest aero track

McLaren’s surprise Spanish Grand Prix qualifying result stemmed from a combination of perfect storm factors covering the Barcelona track layout, temperatures and tyre performance, say Lando Norris and Andrea Stella.

Lexus RX 450h+ review: A good blend of comfort and refinement

It’s 25 years since Lexus launched the world’s first luxury SUV, the RX, in 1998. That was the year when Fianna Fáil and the Progressive Democrats were in coalition, Cher topped the singles charts and Titanic was the film everyone was talking about. Since then, more than 3.5 million RX models have found homes worldwide. Of those, 300,000 have come ...

Ericsson: Final-lap Indy 500 restart was “unfair and dangerous”

Indianapolis 500 runner-up Marcus Ericsson believes the decision to restart the IndyCar blue ribband race for a final one-lap shootout straight from the pits was “unfair and dangerous”.

Witness appeal following death of man (50s) after being struck by car in Co Offaly

The incident happened shortly before 2am on Sunday, 28 May on the R446 at Marshbrook near the Westmeath border.

Bristol 408 V8 Barn Find Is An Extremely Rare British Muscle Car

There are only about 10 of these cars left in the world.

Two men appear in court charged over garda pursuit in Dublin

Two men have been charged with offences including dangerous driving after a garda operation yesterday to stop a car that was suspected to be involved in a burglary in south Dublin and a collision with a motorcyclist and a garda vehicle. Martin McAleer (20) and Hughie Doherty (20) were arrested in the Rossfield area of Tallaght in Dublin after a gar...

See How Much Better A Crusty Old Lada Stops With A DIY Exhaust Brake

A butterfly valve stops the exhaust gasses from escaping.

WRC Sardinia: Neuville heads Hyundai 1-2 to boost title hopes

Thierry Neuville ignited his World Rally Championship title bid by taking his and Hyundai’s first victory of the season in a dramatic Rally Sardinia dominated by wet weather.

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse review: Multidimensional hopscotch is a thrilling spectacle

One of the very best releases of 2018 was a Marvel superhero movie. The highest grossing film that year was also, as it turned out, a Marvel superhero movie. But the two films could not have been more dissimilar. They were released by different studios, for one thing, and told their sagas using wildly different visual formats. One had a cool title....

Plectrum Flying over water at 140 km/h, the superyacht with three hydrogen engines for 15,000 hp

The Plectrum, Lazzarini Design's new luxury yacht, is set to become one of the fastest in its class thanks to its three 15,000 horsepower hydrogen engines. With a top speed of 75 knots, the Plectrum is designed with a hydrofoil system inspired by America's Cup catamarans. At 74 metres long and 15 metres wide when moored or anchored, the yacht can accommodate up to six guests in six cabins plus an owner's suite, has two garages and allows for a helicopter landing. The Plectrum is built entirely of carbon fibre composite materials and is set to hit the market in 2025 at a price of around 80 million euros.

Birchalls: Historic Isle of Man TT Sidecar record “hanging over us since 2019”

Ben Birchall expressed his relief at setting the first ever Isle of Man TT Sidecar 120mph lap on Saturday as the record has “been hanging over us since 2019”.

Electric revolution: 1000 km range on a single charge thanks to solid-state battery

The electric car revolution looks set to enter a new phase thanks to China: electric vehicle manufacturer Nio has developed the first solid-state battery, which guarantees a range of over 1,000 km on a single charge. The innovation will be introduced as early as this summer on three different models, including the long-awaited ET7 saloon and the EC7 Suv-Coupé. The battery supplied by compatriot WeLion represents a step forward in terms of safety and performance compared to conventional lithium-ion batteries. In addition, the network of battery swap stations allows battery replacement on any Nio model.

Auto advice: why do we drive on the left?

Why do we drive on a different side of the road to most of our EU neighbours? The recent announcement by Tesla that the Model S and Model X will no longer be available in right-hand-drive markets (such as ours) has many wondering why some countries drive on the left and others on the right. It seems the reason we drive on the left has much to do wi...

Sainz: Barcelona exposed Ferrari's F1 tyre weakness

Carlos Sainz "just couldn't push" in Formula 1's Spanish Grand Prix due to Ferrari's tyre struggles on its "weakest track of the season".

Genesis Adds Facial Recognition Tech To GV60

The GV60 has become the world's first production vehicle that can be unlocked with your face.

1965 VW Beetle Woodie Barn Find Is The Perfect Candidate For A Quick Restoration

It has a 1940s Ford-style hood and a complete woodie wagon body.

Tesla Model 3 Update Likely Coming Soon As Giga Shanghai Production Stalls

The updated Model 3 was seemingly leaked last month.

Hickman’s 2023 Isle of Man TT “not going to plan” with Superbike “kicking me out”

Peter Hickman admits his 2023 Isle of Man TT is “not going to plan” so far with his FHO Racing BMW Superbike, as it’s “been the hardest one” to ride.

DS Penske plays it safe

The DS Penske drivers finished fourth and fifth in a race dominated by Porsche in the race and Maserati in qualifying with Jean-Éric Vergne improving one position in the championship standings.

NIO Electric Car Sales Slightly Decreased In May 2023

The new NT2.0-based models should bring some growth in the future.

Colorado: New Tesla Model 3 RWD For Under $30,000?

New cars from Tesla's existing inventory might cost even less in various states.

Leclerc has 'no answer' after Q1 exit in F1 Spanish GP qualifying

Charles Leclerc says he has 'no answer' for the undiagnosed issue with his Ferrari Formula 1 car that left him 19th in qualifying for Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix.

BTCC Thruxton: Rowbottom takes race three win

Dan Rowbottom claimed reversed-grid victory in the final British Touring Car Championship race of the weekend at Thruxton.

Ferrari F1 upgrades have not shown their best in Spain, says Sainz

Carlos Sainz believes Ferrari has yet to show the full potential of its new upgrade package, despite his first front row start of 2023 in Formula 1’s Spanish Grand Prix.

Le Mans test day: Ferrari paces Peugeot in morning session, Toyota crashes

Ferrari edged out Peugeot in the opening session of the Le Mans 24 Hours Test Day as track action started ahead of next weekend’s World Endurance Championship round.

How to save a bundle on your summer car hire

This time last year, the economy’s emergence from Covid was wreaking havoc on the start of the summer travel season, with long queues snaking for hours outside the terminals of a staff-strapped Dublin Airport and the sky-high costs of renting a car prompting some tourists to cancel their trip to Ireland. One group of Canadian visitors told a Lahinc...

Mercedes F1 has climbed from "awful" in Monaco to "not good"

The upgraded Mercedes Formula 1 car has progressed the team from being “awful” in last year’s Monaco Grand Prix to being only “not good” in 2023, reckons boss Toto Wolff.

Hamilton's Mercedes F1 future "never a millimetre in doubt" amid Ferrari rumours

Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff says a long-standing “pact” with Lewis Hamilton meant he was “never a millimetre in doubt” about the Formula 1 champion entertaining a move to Ferrari.

Hamilton fears he may not make F1 Spanish GP Q3

Lewis Hamilton thinks he'll struggle to get in to the top ten in qualifying for Formula 1’s Spanish Grand Prix if he is unable to make big overnight car improvements.

Suzuka Super GT: Huge crash brings race to early end

Sunday's Super GT race at Suzuka was brought to an early halt after a huge crash involving Nissan driver Tsugio Matsuda and Lamborghini driver Kosuke Matsuura.

The Lamborghini with the most miles in the world: a story of passion and dedication

The Lamborghini with the most miles in the world is a 2007 Murciélago, owned by the enthusiastic motorist Simon George. With over 420,000 kilometers driven (258,000 miles), this supercar has proven that luxury and reliability can go hand in hand. Simon George, founder of 6th Gear Experience, a supercar rental company, purchased his Lamborghini Murciélago in 2007. Simon 's passion for cars and dedication are the main reasons why his Lamborghini has achieved such high mileage

F2 Barcelona: Bearman wins feature race in Prema weekend sweep

Ferrari Driver Academy member Oliver Bearman secured a comfortable Formula 2 win in the Barcelona feature race, the Prema racer converting pole to his third victory in as many rounds.

Ogier attributes WRC Sardinia crash to muddy boot slipping off brake pedal

Sebastien Ogier says his crash from lead of Rally Sardinia was the result of a muddy boot slipping off the brake pedal, caused by a last-minute wheel change.

IndyCar Detroit: Palou takes pole, Andretti cars hit the wall

Chip Ganassi Racing’s Alex Palou will start from pole position for the first IndyCar race on the streets of downtown Detroit since 1991.