Life: Motoring

Bigger than Evoque but smaller than Sport, the Velar will be competing with cars like the BMW X4 and Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe.
Two of Uber's autonomous cars are already wheeling around San Francisco, but they are being driven manually.
Audi launched its Q2 small SUV in Cape Town. In4ride's Thami Masemola gives his views on the vehicle.
A CarZar survey looks at whether South Africans believe cars are important purchases and how they’re choosing to finance them.
Anyone who knows Lexus will recognise the F at the end, because that is the company’s performance moniker.
The South Korean giant has recently made it clear that it is not planning on producing its own electric car, unlike chief rival Apple.
This has not been done before. The technology will be put into cars fitted with the upgraded 1.0-litre EcoBoost.
According to the latest reports, the German premium maker, currently number 3 in the world in terms of sales, is working on a “coupe” version of its A3 sedan.
This crossover will play in the same space as the likes of Nissan Juke and Honda HR-V among others.
Early, unconfirmed reports suggest the Volkswagen Group has become the best-selling manufacturer in the world in 2016.
The man commonly referred to as the Formula One ringmaster Bernie Ecclestone has been fired from his role as CEO of the biggest motorsport spectacle in the world.
Bugatti is confident that by the time test drives are underway, enough potential buyers will have signed up.
Audi is getting into the electric car game.
Under the approved deal, Rolls-Royce will pay £497.3 million plus interest to the Serious Fraud Office over a period lasting up to five years.
The luxury car brand has updated its new F-TYPE sports car to include two new models.
Lexus unveils its new flagship model at the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Kia kicked off the first auto show of the year by unveiling its highly anticipated performance saloon, the Stinger GT.
BMW is launching augmented reality equipped dealerships, where customer will be able to interact with virtual car using Google Tango technology.
The South Korean automaker wants to stand out by being ordinary: making a self-driving car for the average consumer.
The FF91 is faster than the Tesla Model S P100D and more powerful than the Bugatti Veyron 16.4.
Lamborghini breathes new life into its V12 supercar, which has been in production since 2011.
The project will be publicised through various communication channels. Young people from disadvantaged backgrounds who are interested can apply for the training programme.
Numerous innovations and modifications bear witness that the road-going sports car has racing DNA in its blood.
The supercar manufacturer seems to be ready to unveil a new V12 supercar, which is probably a facelifted Aventador. would like to send you push notifications.
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