Why sports cars make us feel good
Forget romance, fine dining or an epic boxset binge – new preliminary research reveals that driving a sports car on a daily basis is among the best ways to boost your sense of wellbeing and emotional fulfilment.
Car that sees round corners
Jaguar Land Rover is leading a £4.7 million (approximately R79 million) project to develop self-driving cars that can ‘see’ at blind junctions and through obstacles.
Mustang makes its mark again
Global demand for the new 2018 Ford Mustang has driven Mustang to its third straight year as the best-selling sports coupe in the world.
SA’s roadmap to premium electric mobility
South Africa can do more to create market access and deliver on an operating environment which makes for good business, says TREVOR HILL – Head of Audi South Africa.
Charging towards an electrified future
ANDREW DITTBERNER, Chief Investment Officer at Old Mutual Private Client Securities, explores the vast investment opportunities in the electric vehicle value chain.
Taking the pain out of parking
Jaguar Land Rover’s self-driving cars can find spaces by themselves and park without any driver input.
Ford ups the FX4 tech
The Ford FX4 Special Edition is the manufacturer’s latest addition to its Ranger line of trucks. SEAN BACHER tries it out to see what makes the vehcile - and the tech - tick.
Auto makers at a watershed
Automotive brands find themselves at a fascinating watershed in society’s evolution. As is typical of periods of dramatic change, this presents many opportunities and new innovations that communicate with their customers, says TREVOR HILL, Head of Audi SA.
In-wheel autonomy with Icona Nucleus
The Icona Nucleus, an in-wheel electronic drive system, was showcased at this year’s Geneva Motor Show bringing a new meaning to autonomous driving.
Audi e-tron goes all electric
It is all electric, as Audi unveiled its e-tron prototype SUV, the first completely electric vehicle from the company at this year’s Geneva Motor Show.