A New Launch: Volvo XC40

By | September 26, 2017

Volvo has launched the XC40, its first new model on the Compact Medium Architecture (CMA), which completes its global range of premium SUVs. The automaker is also claiming to “reinvent the traditional model of car ownership” with its new Care by Volvo, available for on the XC40 from launch (depending on market) which, it says “makes having a… Read More »

BMW Car Keys May be Replaced By Mobile Phone Apps

By | September 20, 2017

BMW’s mobile strategy FRANKFURT (Reuters) – BMW is reviewing the necessity of car keys, Ian Robertson, the company’s board member responsible for sales told Reuters. The fact that customers now all carry a smartphone and the availability of a BMW App which allows customers to unlock their vehicle, has made old fashioned keys less relevant.… Read More »

Tyre’s – Stay Safe With Good Grip

By | September 20, 2017

Safety is always a priority for each one of us. Whether staying at home or travelling by any transportation, so safety is essential at every place. Tyres are crucial for a safety. As it enables quick stopping and facilitate changing up of the direction. So, precision is needed while choosing the right kind of tyre… Read More »

No Matter How Big Audi SUVs, Don’t Expect A Diesel

By | September 19, 2017

A topic on how Audi thinks for perfection Audi’s European introduction of the beastly SQ7 SUV caused no shortage of speculation last year. Even as Volkswagen Group’s emissions scandal raged, many hoped the raw power of the SQ7’s cutting-edge diesel engine would be enough to compel Audi to bring the model stateside. Waiting followed. Then,… Read More »

Volvo Talks About Piston Technology In Latest Engines

By | September 18, 2017

The Volvo groups wave piston designs lower fuel consumption Despite being in existence and undergoing continuous development for 140 years, the internal combustion engine can still be improved, and Volvo recently highlighted one of its recent improvements that resulted in more fuel-efficient heavy-duty engines in the U.S. “Over the past years, focus has mainly been… Read More »