Ford’s Mustang is a smash hit and if you travel anywhere on Australian roads, you’ll likely see them. Now comes a special limited edition, the Mustang BULLITT and come October this year, you can get to a showroom and see one. The car celebrates the 50th anniversary of the iconic Steve...
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    Electric GT Kart is a new category, endorsed by the FIA, that big brother Tesla Model S category as they travel around the world. Adding to the Formula E series that’s growing pace quickly, these all-electric categories are clearly the future of Motorsport. When it comes to the karts,...
  • Ford’s new Escape ST, more aggressive, more capable.

    In Europe, Ford’s branding for cars is different than it is here in Australia, so what we see is the Kuga nameplate, which is actually the updated 2018 model of what we call the Escape here. The new ST variant provides a sportier, faster, smarter edition that should appeal...
  • The public will get to see the Polestar 1 at the Goodwood Festival of Speed

    In 30 days, the famous Goodwood festival of Speed will take place for 2018. This year the insane Polestar 1 is set to make its first public showcase. If you happen to be England for the event, then you’ll see prototype #004 of the two-door Electric Performance Hybrid. It...
  • ABB just gifted Zurich 30 of its Terra 54 fast-charging stations

    Naming rights sponsor of the FIA Formula E championship, ABB just gave the people of Zurich 30 fast-charging stations. This announcement comes on the weekend the Formula E championship visits the city of Zurich in northern Switzerland. ABB’s headquarters is lcoated in Zurich, employing 135,000 people globally across more...
  • iRacing shows off new grass and dirt effects

    iRacing is the full-on, pay-to-play racing simulator and that payment model is continuing to feed new development in the product. The developers have published a video that shows off a new grass effects that accurately depicts the real-life grass reaction when you drive, slide or spin out of control,...
  • Ford SYNC 3-equipped vehicles can now use Waze

    Waze is the popular real-time traffic and navigation service and Ford owners can now use the service on their integrated touch screen. Australian Ford vehicles (via SYNC AppLink) can take their pick between controlling the app using touch or voice commands. This is available for owners of Ford SYNC 3-equipped...
  • Review: 2018 Tesla Model X P100D

    Review: 2018 Tesla Model X P100D Posted by Jason Cartwright on June 3, 2018. 1 Tesla's Model X is the company's first SUV and like their other vehicles is fully electric. Tesla's mass-market vehicle, the Model 3 relies heavily on the profits, research and development from their existing vehicles, which means Model...
  • Recharging: What’s it cost to charge a Tesla Model X at home on 240v ?

    Recharging a Tesla can be free if you live close to a Supercharger, but what if you don’t, what are the economics of recharging at home each night? After spending some time with the Model X P100D, its time to break it down. The P100D has a 100kw battery...
  • Infotainment battle: Tesla UX vs Android Auto / Apple CarPlay

    Tesla’s massive 17″ touchscreen continues to be powered by their own proprietary software and so far have resisted the calls to add support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The industry as a hole has largely put up the white flag and either added support or completed replaced their...

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