Subaru is about to take the automotive world by storm with the launch of the world’s first self-cleaning car, with patented AF Technology – just in time to beat next week’s widespread enforcement of hosepipe bans.
As an official sponsor of London 2012, BMW has been inspired to develop a new technology helping customers to boost their fitness in the run up to the Games.
Yesterday Mitsubishi used its Lancer Evolution Facebook page to tease a new concept for the Evo – called the AF-J. Posing the question, “The next Evo?”, they promised to reveal the full car on Facebook at 15:00 GMT today.
Well the hour has come and gone and you see before you the Evo in all its majesty… Well it is April 1st, so don’t worry, it might never happen.
Autoglass® has today announced a scientific breakthrough by developing glass that repairs itself. Scientists at the company’s headquarters in Bedford have been testing the technology on mobile and smartphones over the last 6 months and come up with a glass which when broken or cracked automatically fixes itself.
Following the recent announcement that the 2011 Festival of Speed (1-3 July) will include the largest celebration of 100 years of the famous Indianapolis 500 race outside of the USA, Goodwood can today (1st April) confirm that it is commencing construction work on the challenging Festival track to cover the entire 1.16-mile hillclimb with one million bricks.
Following the BMW M3 Coupé, BMW M3 Convertible and BMW M3 Sedan, a fourth body variant of this globally successful high-performance sports car is about to cause a stir. Under the strictest secrecy, the world’s first high-performance pickup has been created at the BMW M GmbH development centre.
In a move that a Land Rover spokesperson describes as ‘on a par’ with other innovations such as Hill Descent Control (HDC), Active Cornering Enhancement (ACE) and its Stability Under Controlled Kinaesthetic Response System (SUCKRS), the company unveiled this morning a novel piece of technology in response to the recent change in tax disc legislation.
It’s that time of the year when those boffins from BMW put their little grey-cells together and devise an outstandingly clever solution… to a problem that nobody as yet was aware of. Last year it was those colour-coded BMW roundels, providing a means to show your true colours during the UK General Election.
Kia Motors dealers around the UK have launched innovative plans to keep the cars on their forecourts spotless and free from attack by the enemy of all car-owners, bird-droppings!
Innovative Spanish car maker SEAT is once again leading the way on in-car technology with the debut today of a pioneering and dynamic new satellite navigation system.
Are you getting tired of these yet? At Mini the fun never stops..
No shit, this is the real veal from those clever people at Goodwood.