Sunday, December 31, 2017

Happy New Year 2018!

Wishing every day of the new year to be filled with success, happiness, and prosperity for you, Happy New Year!

Thursday, December 28, 2017

Roadside Parking Lamps | BMW Genius How-To

When the vehicle is parked along the side of the road, the left or right parking lamps can be switched on for better visibility.

Monday, December 25, 2017

New 2019 XC40 | Reveal

Introducing the new XC40, a new SUV from Volvo that was recently unveiled to the world

Friday, December 22, 2017

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Brake Test | Mercedes-Benz Genuine Parts vs. Fake Parts

Mercedes-Benz drivers expect “The best or nothing”. When it comes to safety, compromises are out of place. This test shows the comparison of Mercedes-Benz genuine brake pads with counterfeit brake parts. The results show that the latter cause a delayed braking effect and therefore a much longer stopping distance.

Saturday, December 16, 2017

Range Rover Evoque Stunt – Speed Bump

Will legendary Range Rover capability be enough to help the Evoque rise to the occasion when ‘city planners’ install the mother of all speed bumps?

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Mercedes-Benz Marco Polo: A Luxurious Camper Van

You don’t want to forego comfort and a sophisticated design when camping? Then you have found your future travel companion in the Mercedes-Benz Marco Polo. The interior of the comfortable camper van offers luxurious and top-class equipment.

Thursday, December 7, 2017

The Official Cars Of Nobel Week

We’re proud to present our Volvo XC90, XC60 and S90 Excellence Lounge. Serving as the Official Cars of Nobel Week, our fleet of premium cars will transport Nobel Laureates from ceremonies to banquets in unrivalled Swedish luxury.

Monday, December 4, 2017

Joyful Anticipation: From Bare Sheet Metal To The Perfect Coat Of Paint

Absolute brilliance – from unpainted sheet metal to the perfect coat of paint: With the new digital service from Mercedes-Benz, “Joyful Anticipation”, private purchasers of new vehicles gain access to an exclusive website when they order.

Friday, December 1, 2017

911 Carrera 3.2 Test Drive

Celebrating a Porsche icon, Adrian takes you on a drive in a classic, Guards red 1988 Carrera 3.2. It's hard to believe that this car is almost 30 years old, it drives so well and sounds incredible.

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Engine Oil Tips - What's Lubricant Quality?

What's engine oil made of? What's the difference between mineral, semi-synthetic and fully synthetic oil? What does these differences mean for your engine?
Watch this educational video and you'll have no more trouble in finding which oil is right for your vehicle.

Saturday, November 25, 2017

Vantage GTE: The Birth Of A Future Champion

Follow the Vantage GTE from initial concept to launch with this nine-minute documentary, showing what it takes to build a brand-new FIA World Endurance Championship race car alongside Aston Martin's very latest sports car - the Vantage.

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

The 2018 Volkswagen Atlas | “Intersection”

With available 4MOTION® all-wheel drive, the family heads into new territory. The 7-seater Volkswagen Atlas. Life’s as big as you make it.

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Mercedes-Benz G-Class: Strong Stories

Martin Breuninger lives the dream of an adventurer. He has toured the globe for many years, and taken the Mercedes G to the most remote places.

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Can Mercedes-Benz Active Brake Assist Help Prevent Collisions?

When it comes to car safety features, the collision avoidance system provides the peace of mind that every driver is searching for. The cross-traffic function can detect approaching intersecting vehicles and persons with the help of a long-range radar used in conjunction with a stereo camera.

How does the Active Brake Assist work?
In an emergency situation, the Active Brake Assist warns the driver of the oncoming danger and, depending on the distance and size of the obstacle ahead, sends out an acoustic or visual warning to alert the driver. If the driver reacts in time, the emergency brake assist supports the driver in applying pressure to the brakes, and if the driver reacts too slowly, the automatic braking system will be activated.

The Active Brake Assist automatic braking system can be activated and deactivated as and when the driver pleases. Additionally, it can be set to one of three modes including “Early”, “Medium” and “Late” mode – each of which determines the sensitivity of the driver assist programme.

By interpreting your driving behaviour, Active Brake Assist provides an intuitive safety measure that will bring your vehicle to a halt or reduce the speed exactly when you need it most. Active Brake Assist is just one of the many Mercedes driver assist features created to provide you with the ultimate security in all your driving endeavours.

Monday, November 13, 2017

The 2017 Volkswagen Sign Then Drive Event – “Really?”

For some reason, zero has a bad rap. But this season you may look at zero a little differently with the Volkswagen Sign Then Drive Event. See your Volkswagen dealer today or learn more at

Friday, November 10, 2017

The Concept X7 iPerformance.

This study car offers a look ahead to the future production model set to make its debut in 2018. The forthcoming BMW X7 forms part of the largest model offensive in the company’s history to grow the presence in the luxury class.The X family’s new top model extends BMW’s offering in the luxury class and redefines the concept of luxury for the BMW brand and beyond.Furthermore, the BMW Concept X7 demonstrates it’s perfectly possible to combine a large sports activity vehicle with an electrified drivetrain.

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Mercedes-Benz Presents: King Of The City Jungle | S-Class Commercial

How to tame a lion: the new Mercedes-Benz S-Class with ENERGIZING comfort control. In the animal kingdom, he is undisputedly at the top of the food chain – there is no living creature that does not fear him: the lion. But even the strongest alpha animal has a bad day, as the new S-Class film by antoni proves in a very humorous way. In the spot for the new S-Class, it serves as a metaphor for the alpha animal in the business world: the boss of a successful startup. His day is anything but successful. Time and again, minor mishaps cause his mood to deteriorate. Stressed and anything but in a good mood, he gets into the new S-Class at the end of a long business day. Here, he experiences what Mercedes-Benz describes as Mood Changing Technology: the ENERGIZING comfort control. A system that adapts the temperature, fragrance, lighting mood, seats, music and many other components to the driver’s wishes and improves the mood. At the touch of a button, the lion’s bad mood vanishes. He’s relaxing. An entertaining drive through the night begins, at the end of which he arrives home in a good mood. The stress is passé.

The film follows the reorientation of Mercedes-Benz towards human-centered innovation and focuses on human needs, albeit in an unusual way. As the technological flagship brand and industry leader, the S-Class takes on a pioneering role.

Saturday, November 4, 2017

Do I Need A New Muffler?

It's not difficult to know if your muffler needs replacement, generally your car will be louder than normal. Mufflers are not repairable, they wear out, rust out or sustain damage and replacement is your only alternative.

Where should I take my car for a new muffler?

A few decades ago there were muffler shops all over town. Mufflers are better engineered and last longer than they used to, which has led to a decrease in the number of muffler shops across the nation. There are still plenty of places to get your muffler replaced.

Muffler shops still exist because not every auto repair shop is equipped to replace mufflers. Most mufflers need to be cut off and the new muffler welded in place. In addition to welding, muffler repair shops have tube bending equipment to custom bend a new exhaust pipe from your engine to your tailpipe if needed.

Some general auto repair shops will be equipped to replace your muffler. If you suspect you do need a new muffler, ask your mechanic if this is a service they perform. There are literally thousands upon thousands of muffler shops in the United States.

Choosing a muffler

Generally speaking, car mufflers usually don't go out while the vehicle is still under warranty. They last quite a bit longer. When it does come time to replace your muffler you have many choices. You can take your car to the new car dealer to get the exact replacement part for your vehicle, but be prepared to pay more than you would at a muffler specialty shop or a general auto repair shop.

You need not replace your muffler with the exact part number from the Ford dealer or Toyota dealer. Replacement mufflers are designed to replace the original mufflers from the vehicle manufacturers no matter what year, make and model of car you have.

There are also a wide variety of brands of mufflers, some are engineered to let the engine breath better giving you a boost in horsepower. Consult with the repair shop performing the repair to see which mufflers are available for your specific vehicle. Keep in mind, the muffler is part of the emissions system, you don't want to void your factory warranty or do anything to keep your vehicle from passing a smog check or emissions testing in the future.

Catalytic Converters

The catalytic converter is an integral component of your exhaust system. Its function is to convert toxic gases into less toxic gases before emitting them from your exhaust pipe.

Catalytic converters do fail. One of the most common failures is clogging. When the converter becomes clogged, you may find that your vehicle does not accelerate as well. If the fuel system cannot release burned fuel, it cannot take in as much fuel to burn.

If the converter rusts, you will also have a noisier exhaust system and may smell fumes in the car's interior. The converter is normally located just under the divider behind the front seats.

Don't try to diagnose a bad catalytic converter. Most often your car will have drivability problems that lead to diagnosis of a bad converter. Many times you will find out when your vehicle does not pass emissions testing or an annual smog check.

Some catalytic converters are bolted on and some are welded on from the factory. Either way a quality repair shop can replace the catalytic converter for you.

Muffler repair components

Pipes leading to a muffler, from your catalytic converter often rust out and need replacement. Tailpipes will sometimes rust the muffler connection. Hangers also break. If your exhaust system is lower than normal, or dragging under your vehicle, you probably need new hangers. This is usually a low cost repair, but should be performed quickly. Dragging exhaust system components will damage them. The metal can also produce sparks that might start a fire.

You can extend the life of your exhaust system by ensuring that you drive far enough during wet or cold weather to heat up and dry the exhaust system. If you only drive a few miles every day your exhaust components may actually wear out quickly. When you first start your vehicle in cold or wet weather, moisture forms inside the pipes. If the moisture is not removed by heating the exhaust system, the pipes will rust prematurely.

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Engine Oil Tips - Synthetic vs Mineral Oil

What's the difference between a synthetic oil and a mineral oil?
Watch this educational video to find out everything you need to know about synthetic and mineral lubricants!

Sunday, October 29, 2017

Your Car Is Our Creation

When you choose to create your own car with Volvo Cars, you can be sure you’re getting a machine crafted with meticulous expertise and completed with hand-finished detail.

Thursday, October 26, 2017

1964 Porsche 356 C

A short film about a recent custom built 356 that the Williams Crawford restoration department have just completed for a customer in Texas. Adrian talks to resto manager Graham about the project plus some footage of the car on the road.

Monday, October 23, 2017

Motul Care System - Engine Clean

Have you ever delayed your vehicle maintenance and end up having an engine failure? Find out how you can prolong your vehicle engine life span and restore the engine power after each servicing, with our specially formulated detergent based formula Engine Clean now!

Friday, October 20, 2017

Mercedes G500 4x4²

Inspired by the Mercedes AMG 6x6, the new Mercedes G500 4x4² is the latest go-anywhere G-Class, complete with portal axles for killer ground clearance.

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Park Distance Control | BMW Genius How-To

Park Distance Control supports the driver during parking and maneuvering. It uses ultrasonic sensors to monitor surroundings and alert the driver of any obstacles in their path.

To activate Park Distance Control, simply press the Parking Assistant button or engage the vehicle in reverse gear. Park Distance Control can be enabled or disabled through the “Settings” menu in iDrive.

Saturday, October 14, 2017

New Range Rover – Refinement

The new Range Rover’s beautifully appointed interior is a tranquil haven with increased levels of comfort and technology. The Plug-In Hybrid Vehicle’s ‘whisper-quiet’ powertrain combines the ultimate refinement and efficiency bringing a new dimension to the Range Rover driving experience.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Audi Sport: A Legacy Story In Five Cylinders Trailer

The Audi 5 cylinder engine is, in a word, legendary. That unique 5 cylinder sound will forever be synonymous with Audi.

Thursday, October 5, 2017

The New Volvo XC40 | Product Walkaround

Learn all about the new Volvo XC40 with Louiza Atcheba, the model brand manager for XC40.

Discover the SUV built to conquer the city and order your own at

Monday, October 2, 2017

Joyful Anticipation: From Individual Parts To The Complete Work Of Art

Perfection – from individual parts to the complete work of art: With the new digital service from Mercedes-Benz, “Joyful Anticipation”, private purchasers of new vehicles gain access to an exclusive website when they order.

Friday, September 29, 2017

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Audi: The World’s Fastest AMA Teaser

Think Faster is an AMA series from Audi Sport and Reddit where pop culture icons answer your questions going 130+ MPH.

Saturday, September 23, 2017

Remote Control Parking

This video explains how this feature enables maneuvering the vehicle into and out of perpendicular parking spaces assisted by the BWW Display Key.

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Volvo Cars How-To: Perpendicular Park With Park Assist Pilot

Learn how to perpendicular park using the Park Assist Pilot.

Available in the new S90, V90, V90 Cross Country, XC60 and XC90.

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Fall Car Care Check Up: What To Inspect

Fall is the perfect time to give your car a good look over, as summer is past and winter is soon to follow. Summer and winter are the toughest seasons on any car as extreme temperature variations can test your car. Cooler fall weather means you're in the mood to work on your car any way, something you'll want to accomplish before the first cold snap hits and winter settles in and your car is tested once again.
Let's take a look at some "must do" checks as you inspect your car this fall.
1. Tires. When was the last time your rotated your tires? As a matter of fact, when was the last time you checked them for wear and tear? If your tires are showing signs of wear, they may need replacing or at least a full rotation. Rotate your tires and adjust the air pressure to the required level.
2. Battery. Car batteries can last for as little as two or three years, or for five years or longer. Much depends on the condition of your battery, its quality and how often you drive. Check the battery connections, removing gunk build up on the terminals and securing the cables back in place. If the battery is old or low on charge, replace it before winter.
3. Fluids. If you haven't had an oil change in six months or 5,000 miles get it done now. Replace the oil and oil filter, and check other fluids including power steering, brake and transmissions fluids. Top off the washer solvent and inspect your coolant system.
4. Belts and hoses. Following a hot summer, your car's belts and hoses may be frayed or worn. Check for signs of wear and replace immediately. Cracks can soon turn into breaks, leaving you stranded if a belt gives way or a hose splits.
5. Wipers. Heat can damage wipers and your wipers should be replaced twice annually -- in spring and again in the fall. Streaking wipers or a clouded windshield are signs that your wipers need to be replaced.
6. HVAC. You ran the air-conditioner all summer and will soon be running the heater all winter. Replace the a/c filter and if heating or cooling is not adequate, it may be time for a freon replacement or heating coil change.
7. Suspension. Wear and tear on your car's suspension system can result in a rough ride. Shocks, struts and various chassis parts such as your tie rods and ball joints may need to be replaced. Check your brakes too -- pads, linings and rotors wear out.
If your car hasn't had a tune up, check the owner's manual to see when one is due. Today's cars can go much further between tune ups, but an air filter may need to be replaced or your emissions system checked.

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Monday, September 11, 2017

Six Signs You Might Need A Professional Axle Repair

The drive axle of a vehicle is the shaft responsible for turning a vehicle's tires. The engine delivers rotational force to the wheels through the shaft. Because of this, any sort of problem you might have will need to be addressed quickly, otherwise the problem could become much worse. Typically, drive shafts do not suddenly fail, but instead, they gradually worsen. Catching a problem early can prevent costly repairs in the future. Before your car becomes inoperable, there are some telltale signs that you might be in need of axle repair.

1. Clicking or Crunching

You will hear this sign around your wheels when you are cornering. The sound will be something like a clicking until you straighten up the wheel. More specifically, this is likely a sign of a bad CV joint. That is much cheaper and easier to fix than the axle itself. There is no way of knowing the difference until you go to a mechanic. If it is a CV joint, you might not notice any symptoms while driving other than the noise. If it is a bad axle, driving problems are sure to follow, so it is important to see a mechanic as soon as possible.

2. Shaking

This can consist of shaking throughout the entire car or just in the steering wheel. It will be much more noticeable than the clicking noise and will likely follow it. This means that if you are experiencing vibrations in your steering wheel, the problem is likely worsening.

Much like the clicking noise, this could be an indicator of a CV joint problem as well. If it only happens while cornering, that is probably the case. Driving when in need of axle repair feels like driving with wheels that are no longer round.

3. Squeaking

This is more common at lower speeds. At highway speeds, this often turns into full-blown shaking. With a minor bend in your axle, the brake rotors will likely rub against the brake pads with every rotation. This often sounds like a whining or a squeaking.

4. Visible Wobble

This will require a second party. You might not notice any driving symptoms, but someone who is watching you drive might notice the tires wobbling.

5. Brake Trouble

When your axle is bent, your tires and brake rotors will likely be misaligned. This means that they will not be making strong, consistent contact with the brake pads for steady braking. If you notice new inconsistency or sensitivity with your brakes, you might need axle repair.

6. Problems Turning

These are slightly different from the clicking sound you might hear. As the problem progresses, you might notice that you are actually having problems physically turning your vehicle. The tires might hesitate after you turn the wheel. You might feel resistance when you try to make tight turns such as U-turns or navigating into a parking space.

Friday, September 8, 2017

Make Your Car Last 200,000 Miles or More

The average age of cars on American roads is nearly 11 years, according to Polk Research. Plenty of drivers own vehicles with well over 200,000 miles. The long-term savings of keeping a car for 200,000 miles, or about 15 years, can be $30,000 or more. Clearly, learning to keep a car well maintained and healthy is worth the effort.

1) Your Owner's Manual and Regular Mechanic Checks
a) Read and follow the owner's manual for your vehicle.
b) Find out the recommended maintenance schedule and stick to it.
c) Follow the "severe duty" maintenance schedule recommended by the manufacturer.

2) Look, Listen and Smell
a) Know how to check your car's oil and transmission fluid, and how to inflate your tires to the correct levels.
b) Pay attention to how your car runs. Any time it makes odd sounds, has trouble starting, overheats, or does not brake or handle correctly, get the car checked by your mechanic.
c) Heed warning indicator lights on the dashboard.
d) Do a walk-around of your car regularly, including checking brake lights and turn signals.
e) If you see fluid spots in your garage or parking space, park on some cardboard to check the exact source of the leak. Get the leak repaired as soon as possible.
f) Listen for out of the ordinary sounds. Note when these happen and at what speed and give this information to your mechanic. This saves them hours of trying to recreate the issue, and saves you money in labor costs.
g) When you check your oil, notice if it smells burnt. If it does, get repairs quickly and avoid needing your engine rebuilt.
h) Burnt or bad-smelling transmission fluid is a bad sign that needs mechanic attention immediately.

3) Oil Changes and Fluid Checks
a) Never skip recommended oil and filter change. Missing oil changes results in clogged oil filters and sludge that wrecks engines.
b) Use the "severe use" oil change schedule listed in the owner's manual.
c) Use synthetic oil.
d) Your mechanic will check the other fluids during oil changes. They will inspect the fluid itself and top off fluid levels. If there is a big fluid loss, mechanics can find the cause and repair it before it gets worse.

4) Transmission
a) Get your transmission fluid and filter changed according to your car's maintenance schedule.
b) Replace the fluid at least every 100,000 miles or sooner.

Regardless of how well you care for your car, accidents happen, and parts fail. However, proper maintenance keeps your car on the road longer and brings you a better price at trade-in time. It is usually cheaper to fix a car that is in decent condition than it is to make new car payments. Follow your maintenance schedule and attend to concerns quickly to keep your car running for 200,000 miles or more.

Friday, September 1, 2017

IAA 2017: Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupé and Cabriolet – Teaser

Irresistible aura, intelligent drive and modern luxury: The new Mercedes-Benz S-Class Cabriolet and S-Class Coupé are going to celebrate their world premiere in September 2017 at the IAA in Frankfurt (Main). The video shows a first preview of the new S-Class Cabriolet with its 33 individually controlable OLEDs. IAA-Highlights: More information about the IAA 2017:

Saturday, August 26, 2017

The Volkswagen Model Year End Event - "Basketball"

What could be more thrilling than beating the buzzer with a game-winning basket at the last second? Watch and find out. See your Volkswagen dealer today or learn more at

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Audi Sport: A Legacy Story In Five Cylinders

The Audi 5 cylinder engine is, in a word, legendary. That unique 5 cylinder sound will forever be synonymous with Audi.

For more information on Audi Sport, visit:

Sunday, August 20, 2017

The BMW Concept Z4 (2017).

Have a look at the BMW Concept Z4: Dynamic, progressive and an irresistible purveyor of thrills. The new direction taken by BMW’s design language can be seen here in just a few precise lines that form clear surfaces, while the body’s volumes are powerfully sculpted. The surfaces and forms therefore create an extremely modern and emotionally engaging impression. The sporty and progressive BMW Concept Z4 encapsulates the BMW Group’s vision of a modern roadster and offers a look ahead to the series-production version of the car set to be unveiled over the course of next year.

Thursday, August 17, 2017

What Does A Superbike Hero Do When He's Not Racing? Leon Camier, Life Off The Track

Motul joins Superbike / SBK professional rider Leon Camier for an exclusive look at how he spends his time off the track, what he does to unwind and what inspires him to perform at a giant-slaying level when he gets on his bike.

A beautiful and exclusive behind the scenes look at one of the sports most promising athletes.

Monday, August 14, 2017

VW Car-Net | Open Door Notification

VW Car-Net subscribers can opt-in to get helpful push notifications from the VW Car-Net Mobile app on things like the weather, when doors are unlocked, sunroof or windows are left open, or fuel is low.

Friday, August 11, 2017

360° Video At The Mercedes-Benz Museum - Legend #6

For the first time ever, we now let you explore the Mercedes-Benz Museum with 360° views. Grab your smartphone and enjoy the ride! More information about the Mercedes-Benz Museum:

The Mercedes-Benz Museum is the only museum in the world that can document in a single continuous timeline the more than 130 years of auto industry history from its very beginnings to the present day. As a place of innovation, it also demonstrates that history can point the way ahead.

Experience the world of Mercedes-Benz:

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Audi Sport: Defined

In the DNA of Audi Sport lies a certain aesthetic, a certain power and a certain statement. This isn’t just a sportier car for the road, but a representation of a near century-long record of dominance on the track.

Born on the track, built for the road. This is the fearless legacy that continues to define us. This is Audi Sport.

For more information on Audi Sport, visit:

Saturday, August 5, 2017

Specialist Restorations Feat. Suzuki Part Two

With the help of the Sheene family, we've started restoring Barry's 1976 world championship-winning XR14!

Suzuki XR14
Suzuki UK Team Classic
Martyn and The Specialists

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

The First-Ever BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo.

BMW is presenting an extensively updated successor to one of the most creative vehicle concepts of recent years. The new BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo blends the long-distance comfort of a luxury sedan with alluring coupe style. This is the official launchfilm.

Sunday, July 30, 2017

Audi Sport - “Test Drive”

You’re here for a track test drive with Audi Sport? And you’re aware of what that entails? Heart-thumping hairpin turns? Screaming straightaways? Blistering acceleration? Yes? Okay then. Good luck. Learn more about the newest Audi Sport performance vehicles, TT RS, RS 3, R8 Spyder, and R8 Coupe, that are born on the track, built for the road:

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Volvo Genuine Accessories | Safety And Confidence

Keep your most precious cargo safe with Volvo Genuine Accessories, designed with our legendary commitment to safety in mind.

See the full collection at

Monday, July 24, 2017

Mercedes-Benz X-Class: All Highlights In 60 seconds.

With the new Mercedes-Benz X-Class we are pushing the boundaries of the classic pickup. It is uniquely versatile in terms of its area of application – it can be used as a rugged, all-terrain pickup but also as a vehicle for urban lifestyles and families. The Mercedes-Benz X-Class complements the prized strengths of a mid-size pickup with the typical Mercedes-Benz characteristics of driving dynamics, comfort, design, safety, connectivity and an extensive scope for individualisation. The X-Class is the Mercedes-Benz among the pickups.

More information on:

Friday, July 21, 2017

"The Volkswagen SUV Family" | Volkswagen Life

Dr. Hendrik Muth, Vice President of Product Marketing and Strategy talks about how the all-new Volkswagen Atlas and Tiguan are a part of Volkswagen of America's vision of the present and future.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet Helicopter Transport To The Mont Blanc.

A special location for a very special car. For the presentation of the new E-Class Cabriolet, Mercedes-Benz came up with a spectacular helicopter flight: with the help of a Heliswiss crew, the new Mercedes-Benz Cabriolet was helicoptered in an elaborate action onto the top station of the Punta Helbronner in the Mont Blanc massif. Read more about the E-Class Cabriolet:

Saturday, July 15, 2017

Jaguar | Introducing The New XF Sportbrake

This is the New Jaguar XF Sportbrake, an outstanding combination of advanced engineering, the latest technology and contemporary design. Complementing XF Saloon's distinctive 'coupé' lines with even greater space and unparalleled practicality, XF Sportbrake makes no compromise between assertive style and versatility.

Discover the world’s most dynamic, premium estate car:

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Driverless Journey Of The Mercedes-Benz S-Class From Production Line

Mercedes-Benz is entering a new dimension of motoring with its new S-Class and is raising the bar, in terms of production, for the automotive industry worldwide.

For the official start-up of the luxury saloon in the Mercedes-Benz plant Sindelfingen, the S-Class drove independently off the final assembly line, without a driver at the wheel. The vehicle then drove automatically approximately 1.5 kilometers to the loading area within the plant. The Sindelfingen plant is currently piloting the possible use of the system for series production and investigating its further potential. The start of production for the new and fundamentally updated S-Class brings the introduction of state-of-the-art manufacturing processes and cutting-edge Industry 4.0 solutions in the assembly area.

Close integration with sophisticated IT systems and communication technology results in the optimization of the flow of materials, further improved flexibility an efficiency, and enhanced ergonomics for the workforce.

Mercedes-AMG S 63 4MATIC+:
Fuel consumption combined: 8.9 l/100 km;
combined CO₂ emissions: 203 g/km.*

S 560 4MATIC:
Fuel consumption combined: 8.5 l/100 km;
combined CO₂ emissions: 195 g/km.*

Experience the world of Mercedes-Benz:

Product may vary after press date on 11.07.2017.

* The figures are provided in accordance with the German regulation “PKW-EnVKV” and apply to the German market only. Further information on official fuel consumption figures and the official specific CO₂ emissions of new passenger cars can be found in the EU guide “Information on the fuel consumption, CO₂ emissions and energy consumption of new cars”, which is available free of charge at all sales dealerships, from DAT Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH and at

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Summer Of Audi “Melt”

Seize your summer moment now that the Summer of Audi Sales Event is here. Visit your local Audi dealership now for exceptional offers through August 31, 2017. Learn more:

Monday, July 3, 2017

All-New 2018 Volvo XC60 | Bowers & Wilkins Speakers

The available Bowers & Wilkins sound system in the all-new XC60 has 15 speakers for truly immersive sound. Preorder it now.

Friday, June 30, 2017

Mercedes-Benz Konzertsommer - Freundeskreis @ Mercedes-Benz Museum

During the first ever Mercedes-Benz Konzertsommer (Concert Summer), legendary Stuttgart-based HipHop Group Freundeskreis reunited for what was the 20th anniversary of their debut LP "Quadratur des Kreises". Over 7,000 excited fans joined them for two sold-out shows at the Mercedes-Benz Museum.

Videoproduktion: Helix4Motion

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Jaguar XE SV Project 8 | The Spirit of Extreme Performance

Introducing the most powerful, agile and extreme performance Jaguar road car ever – the 200mph, 600PS XE SV Project 8 saloon from Special Vehicle Operations. Project 8 is a hand-built four-door XE with supercar performance. To ensure exclusivity, no more than 300 examples will be created, each assembled at SVO’s Technical Centre in Coventry.

Register your interest in the most powerful Jaguar ever:

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Motul Presents: Inside The Mind

Go inside the mind of a MotoGP rider right before they throw a leg over their fire-breathing 200mph beasts

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

The First-Ever BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo. All You Need To Know.

In this clip you´ll learn all you need to know about the first-ever BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo. This car combines the long-distance comfort of a luxury sedan and an alluring coupé style. We´ll show and explain the exterior design, the interior, the functionality and the highly advanced BMW ConnectedDrive features.

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Masters Of The Desert – Mercedes-Benz original

Sand, gravel and rocks. Heat, dust and heavy loads. Mercedes-Benz off-road vehicles master even the most difficult terrains and challenges. We have sent our full range of highly capable off-road vehicles to test the limits – from the light-duty G-Wagon 4x4 to the super-heavy-duty Actros 8x8 tractor. Watch the full movie and see yourself what is possible when performance and robustness encounter the harsh conditions in the Middle East.

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Behind The Scenes At Williams Crawford Porsche

Adrian Crawford takes you behind the scenes at Williams Crawford can see some gorgeous Porsche receiving expert pampering.

Monday, June 12, 2017

The All-New BMW 8 Series.

An all-new BMW luxury experience has arrived. The BMW 8 series returns for a new era and is unlike anything you’ve seen.

Learn more about the BMW 8 Series:

Friday, June 9, 2017

City Safety (For 60-Series Cars)

Learn more about City Safety in your 60-series Volvo.

Standard on S60, S60 Cross Country, V60, V60 Cross Country, and XC60 (2009-2017).

For more information, please visit

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Jaguar XF | Art Of Performance Smart Cone Challenge

If you can think as fast as you can drive, this is your chance to experience the thrill of performance on an ever-changing circuit.

Discover the Jaguar Art of Performance Tour:

Saturday, June 3, 2017

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

The All-New 2018 Volkswagen Atlas | “Parents” Commercial

The Atlas has available Pedestrian Monitoring because not every day is a walk in the park. The all-new 7-seater Volkswagen Atlas. Life’s as big as you make it.

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Motul Roads: The Cool Way Down To Wheels & Waves

Motorcycle Diaries Road Trip:
"Glemseck to Biarritz"
Starring: WrenchMonkee #70 & Liberty XSR900 Runaway
Wheels & Waves

Production: Motorcycle Diaries
Co-Production: Motul

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Audi MMI: Navigation

Your MMI Navigation system has extraordinary capabilities to enhance your drive with user-definable views, routing selections, and more. Get started with setting destinations and discover more as you become familiar with the interface.

Learn more about Audi MMI at:

Monday, May 22, 2017

New Jaguar XF Sportbrake

With Andy Murray just weeks away from beginning his 2017 Wimbledon title defence, former British tennis number one Tim Henman drives the New XF Sportbrake to the UK's most remote tennis court in Scotland. As the official car partner for The Championships at Wimbledon 2017, New XF Sportbrake will be the most dynamic premium estate car in the world when it debuts on 14 June.

Find out more about New XF Sportbrake:

Friday, May 19, 2017

It Could Be You

Check out what happened when we spent the weekend with our Superfan at MotoGP Argentina and find out how you could be the next #MotulSuperFan!

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

The New BMW 2 Series Coupé And Convertible.

The BMW 2 Series Coupé and BMW 2 Series Convertible have raised the bar in the premium compact class in terms of dynamic prowess, aesthetic appeal and emotional richness. They feature sharper front-end styling, LED headlights fitted as standard, further interior upgrades and new connectivity services. And they also offer unbeatable sports performance, courtesy of rear-wheel drive (unique in the segment) working in tandem with efficient power transfer systems. This film shows you both cars in detail with driving shots. More:

Saturday, May 13, 2017

A Truly Happy Mother’s Day

In this sun-soaked film directed by Kava Gorna, Mariel Hemingway and daughter Langley Fox get behind the wheel of a red-hot Mercedes-Benz 560 SL in search of a lost beach, and find each other along the way:

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Hands Free Trunk Release

When you need to transport cargo in your Audi, it's good to have a little help when it's needed. And the Hands-Free Trunk Release is there for you to make life a little easier. With the ease of hands-free opening and power closing, you don't have to worry about getting dirt on your hands or smudges on the finish. One more way your Audi makes life easier.

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Sunday, May 7, 2017

BMW Ultimate Benefits™ Program

The BMW Ultimate Benefits™ program offers BMW owners the chance to experience the same luxury they have behind the wheel.

With exclusive access to prestigious BMW events like the BMW Championship PGA golf tournament, upgrades at luxury hotels and resorts, priority reservations at fine restaurants and special offers with high-end lifestyle brands, this program gives BMW owners premium experiences beyond the wheel.

Thursday, May 4, 2017

The All-New 2018 Volkswagen Atlas | “Intersection”

With available 4MOTION® all-wheel drive, the family heads into new territory. The all-new 7-seater Volkswagen Atlas. Life’s as big as you make it.

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Jaguar XF 2018 | Gesture Boot

This vehicle’s powered boot incorporates gesture-based technology, which allows automatic opening, or closing of the powered boot.

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

The New S-Class – Teaser – Mercedes-Benz Original

The new Mercedes-Benz S-Class – The automotive benchmark in efficiency and comfort. The new S-Class celebrates its world premiere with extensive innovations at the 2017 Auto Shanghai. Among the highlights is an all-new and highly efficient engine range with a series of new technologies for electrification of the powertrain. Intelligent Drive takes another step towards autonomous driving. And the undisputed leader in the premium segment with regard to comfort and wellness sets new standards in the interior.

Friday, April 14, 2017

Volvo 90 Years Retrospective

Join us as we celebrate 90 Years of Volvo Cars and take a look back at some highlights from our first 9 decades in preparation for the next 90 Years.

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Best Of Benz – 5 Fastest Cars Of Their Time – Mercedes-Benz Original

Welcome to “Best of Benz”, hold on tight! This episode is all about velocity: The top 5 fastest cars of their era.

“Best of Benz” is regularly featuring the most surprising, entertaining or fun facts from the Mercedes-Benz universe.

Thursday, April 6, 2017

2018 Audi Q5

Adopting Audi’s newest design language and drive technology, the new Audi Q5 offers the versatility to express the driver’s individuality.

Learn more about the benefits of the new quattro with ultra technology, driver’s assistance features, and drive select modes at:

Saturday, April 1, 2017

Car Sharing, Porsche style.

A shared trip is a better trip. But what happens if your car sharing driver unexpectedly turns out to be Porsche Works Driver and FIA WEC champion Romain Dumas in the new Panamera Turbo? See the reactions in this video.

Combined fuel consumption in accordance with EU 6: Panamera Turbo: 9.4 - 9.3 l/100 km, CO2 emissions: 214 – 212 g/km;

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Jaguar I-Pace EXCLUSIVE First Test Drive

I'm incredibly honoured to be one of the first people ever to drive the Jaguar I-Pace Concept and interview two of the great men behind this all new electric car.

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Volvo Self Parking Car

We're developing autonomous technology that allows our cars to do some of the driving – and thinking – for you. Volvo cars equipped with self-driving capabilities will get in and out of the parking space themselves.
Learn more about how self-driving cars work:

Thursday, March 23, 2017

#MotulSuperFan - The Ultimate MotoGP Experience!

Mini documentary following Keyur Bhagat, the 2016 ValenciaGP MotulSuperFan, coming all the way from India for an unforgettable #MotoGP weekend

Tell us why you should be picked as a 2017 exclusive @MotoGP guest using #MotulSuperFan on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Sunday, March 19, 2017

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Vans: The Future Of Transportation Starts Now – Mercedes-Benz Original

Rarely before was there so much movement in the automotive industry. Mercedes-Benz Vans has founded a new department called Future Transportation in order to prepare for the challenges that are connected with that. Event reporter Markus Haubold visited the “think thank” to speak with managers and employees about the need and the opportunities of the cultural change as well as about new working methods and holistic solutions for the customers.

Experience the world of Mercedes-Benz:

Friday, March 10, 2017

Best of Benz – 5 Mercedes-Benz innovations – Mercedes-Benz original

Welcome to "Best of Benz", this episode is all about innovations brought to the road by Mercedes-Benz. "Best of Benz" is regularly featuring the most surprising, entertaining or fun facts from the Mercedes-Benz universe.

Experience the world of Mercedes-Benz:

Monday, March 6, 2017

The New Volvo XC60: Revealed Tomorrow

Be the first to explore the new Volvo XC60 with our 360° video stream, broadcast live from the Geneva International Motor Show on March 7, 2017 at 10:45am:

Thursday, March 2, 2017

The New Volvo XC60 : 5 Days To Go

Welcome to a car reveal like no other. Discover the new Volvo XC60, live-streamed in 360° video from the Geneva International Motor Show on March 7, 2017 at 10:45am CET:

Monday, February 27, 2017

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Fit And Healthy By Mercedes-Benz – Mercedes-Benz Original

The Mercedes-Benz of tomorrow will enhance the well-being of its passengers through a coordinated stimulation of the senses in response to the driver’s current state of mind. "Fit and Healthy” will read wearable data and adjust the car’s climate, seat massagers, entertainment systems and more to help create calmness or stimulation as needed. Debuted at CES 2017 in Las Vegas, we meet Dr. Goetz Renner to learn more.

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Sunday, February 19, 2017

Engine Oil Tips - Synthetic vs Mineral Oil

What's the difference between a synthetic oil and a mineral oil?
Watch this educational video to find out everything you need to know about synthetic and mineral lubricants!

Star Tech European is proud to use Motul engine oil products.

Thursday, February 16, 2017

How Mercedes-Benz Designer Imagine The Future – Mercedes Benz Original

The design studios are among the best kept secrets at Mercedes-Benz. Here, the ideas for today, tomorrow and the day after tomorrow come into existence. Chief Design Officer Gorden Wagener gives us an exclusive insight and reveals how he and his team envision the cars of the future.

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Sunday, February 12, 2017

The BMW 5 Series History. The 4th Generation (E39).

The 4th generation BMW 5 Series is a real model of success. Optically it differs completely from its predecessor. In the development of the 4th generation aerodynamics and lightweight construction played a major role. BMW insiders give you a glance behind the scenes of development and marketing. This film is the fourth part of our six part series about the BMW 5 Series:

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Autonomous Drive - Making The Journey Safer

We're developing autonomous technology that allows our cars to do some of the driving – and thinking – for you. We're doing this to make every journey as safe, enjoyable and stress-free as possible.

Monday, February 6, 2017

New Jaguar F-TYPE | Breathtaking Performance in 360°

Each instant heightened. Every sense amplified. Experience the breathtaking performance of New Jaguar F-TYPE in 360°. Designed to deliver pure driving pleasure, New F‑TYPE’s technical excellence gives it a breadth of capabilities to suit the demands of every driver and every road. Coupé or Convertible, the F‑TYPE range offers something for every style of driver.

Explore the latest in a distinguished bloodline:

Friday, February 3, 2017

Time To Get An Oil Change? Signs And Symptoms

The oil change is probably the most important part of your car's maintenance. All too often we forget to have it done, and the consequences for your car can be devastating. It's a simple operation that you can either do yourself, or take to a shop and have done professionally. No matter how busy you are, you should never skip it. The damage to your car can be serious.

Why Do I Need To Change my Oil?

In order to understand why you need an oil change, let's look at what motor oil does for your car. There are two main purposes - one, it keeps everything lubricated. It covers all the parts of the engine with a thin film that keeps them from rubbing together. Two, it removes chemicals, bit of metal and other impurities from the engine.

What happens if you don't get an oil change? Because they'll lose their lubrication, the parts of your engine will rub together and cause friction. This not only wears down the parts of the engine, but it also causes excess heat, which can result in your vehicle overheating. If the motor oil gets old and dirty, it can no longer remove impurities. This sludge will build up in the engine, and eventually it will have to be cleaned by a professional mechanic.

How Often Do I Need An Oil Change?

In general, you should get an oil change every 7,500 miles. However, this depends on how much you drive. If you spend lots of time driving, you should consider getting it done more often - something like every 6,000 miles. For example, if you use your vehicle every day for work driving across town, or if you make lots of cross country trips in your car, you should consider doing it more often.

In fact, it never hurts to have it done more often. You can greatly prolong the life of your car by taking it in for an oil change every 5,000 miles. This will definitely ensure that your car is running cleanly and smoothly.

 Signs That You Need An Oil Change

You can often tell that motor oil is old and dirty by simply looking at it. Fresh motor oil is clear and dark brown or amber in color. Older motor oil that needs to be changed is dark and murky. It doesn't take an expert mechanic's eye to see that how dark and dirty motor oil can be. When you're checking your motor oil, take a good look and see how it looks, especially if it's been 5,000 or so miles since your last oil change. Another sign is that your motor oil level is constantly lower than it should be. Most cars also have an engine oil light that will tell you when it's getting to be time for a change.

Getting an oil change is easy and inexpensive. It's a regular part of your car's maintenance that you shouldn't skip out on. Check your motor oil level each time you fuel up, and keep track of how many miles it's been so that you don't forget. Skipping your much-needed oil change can really damage your car; so make sure you get it done.

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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

World Premiere Of The New E-Class Coupé – Mercedes-Benz Original

Read all about the E-Class Coupé via: After the world’s most intelligent executive saloon, the Estate and the All-Terrain, the successful E-Class family now welcomes another new member: the Coupé. The new E-Class Coupé was presented at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show. Gorden Wagener, Chief Design Officer at Daimler AG, explains the design highlights.

With its expressive coupé-esque proportions, clear and sensual design and long-distance comfort for four people, the new E-Class Coupé combines the beauty and classic virtues of a grand tourer with state-of-the-art technology.

E 400 Coupé 4MATIC: Fuel consumption combined: 8.4–8.1 l/100 km; combined CO₂ emissions: 189–183 g/km.*

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Friday, January 27, 2017

The Get Away Car

You reach a point in life when you have to choose. Career over passion. Work over play. It’s when surfers turn CEOs. Photographers turn lawyers. Fly-fishers turn doctors. Mountain climbers turn engineers.

It's when you put a piece of yourself on hold. And as time passes, the things you used to love doing, start to fade away. This is a reminder to not forget what you love. All the activities that you once embraced.

A message amplified by an original speech by the philosopher Alan Watts, recorded in 1959.

This is a tribute to his legacy and the values he shared with Volvo.

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

BMW vs BMW. The BMW 5 Series. 6th vs 7th generation.

Compare the changes of the 5 Series on your own: In this film we´ll show the 6th and 7th generation side by side, so you can compare the exterior design (front and rear) at day and night, the interior design and the displays. What generation do you prefer?

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Style For Every Occasion: Mercedes-Benz Vans

Whether a city trip or an outdoor-adventure – the new Marco Polo HORIZON is the perfect companion for every occasion. More about Mercedes-Benz Camper Vans: The compact camper van with the star celebrates its premiere at the holiday exhibition CMT 2017. The basic vehicles from Mercedes-Benz Vans are convincing, too – especially when it comes to flexibility and quality. Event reporter Markus Haubold was on-site and took a closer look at the vehicles of Mercedes-Benz Vans.

Sunday, January 15, 2017

How To Maintain Car Engines For Fuel Efficiency

Fuel efficiency of car engines is considered as an imperative and essential factor when buying a new car, all thanks to the high fuel prices. Most car makers have taken action to provide more fuel efficient cars that return more than 80mpg of economy however, there are millions of old cars that people use for their daily commute, by following the simple guidelines below, they can also achieve maximum fuel efficiency and the lowest carbon emissions from their car engines.

1. Keep the Engine Appropriately Tuned

It is very important to follow the maintenance schedule of the engine, for instance, replacement of air filter, spark plug and oxygen sensors, also keep an eye on any on-board diagnostics malfunctions in the Engine Control Module. The most important is to change the engine oil as instructed in your car's manual.

 2. Fuel Evaporation

Fuel evaporation is another parameter that needs to be attended by tightly closing the fuel tank lids and by parking in shades, believe it or not, can improve your mileage by as much as 10 percent.

3. Use the Recommended Grade Engine Oil

The most important factor to keep your car engine at fuel efficient state is proper engine oil with low-kinematic thickness that is also referred to as low "weight" engine oil. You can get better mileage by 1-2 percent by using the recommended grade of vehicle engine oil. For instance, using 10W-30 motor oil in an engine intended to use 5W-30 can worsen your fuel efficiency by 1-2 percent. Contemporary engines have such accurate tolerance that very trivial oil is often required, thicker oil, such as 10W30 or 10W40, may not lubricate as well, because it won't pour as swiftly into key oil ways and fractures. You must check the owner's manual for suggested viscosity and ask for it exclusively when oil is changed.

4. Minimize the Idling

Your engine wastes fuel when car is in idle state, simply because you are burning fuel while going nowhere. If you are waiting for someone and you know that it will take more than 30 seconds, switch your engine off because you are just burning money.

5. Keep Tires Appropriately Inflated

You can get up to 3.3 percent better mileage by keeping your car tires inflated to the suitable pressure, this reduces the resistance so less power is required to move the car. Under-inflated tires can lower your engine efficiency through more fuel consumption. The correct tire pressure for your vehicle is generally found on a sticky label in the driver's side door jamb and/or in your owner's manual. Do not use the utmost pressure printed on the tire's sidewall.

6. Smooth Driving

The way you drive your car also plays a huge role in fuel consumption, by driving fast, you might save 5-10 minutes, however by smoothing down you can improve the fuel consumption of your car's engine, if you normally drive on a motorway at 70mph, try changing it to 60mph can increase the fuel economy by up to 4 miles per gallon. Avoid as much as you can from putting your foot down on the throttle and from stomping on the brake paddle, this will not only save you on fuel costs but also money on wear and tear of brakes.

Thursday, January 12, 2017

4 Reasons Not To Wait To Check Your "Check Engine" Light

I see it all the time. The customer limps his car in, shaking and shuddering every time he pushes the gas pedal. I could almost write a script - "It seemed to be running OK, then all of a sudden..." After asking a few questions, though, it turns out that it wasn't "all of a sudden."

"Has the check engine light been on long?" I ask. "Well, about a month I guess, but it was running fine so I didn't think anything was wrong", they respond. After checking the codes stored in the computer, it reveals a bad oxygen sensor and a failed catalytic converter, which means for whatever reason the air and fuel entering your engine doesn't burn thoroughly enough, potentially causing gas to enter your exhaust. This gas ignites in the exhaust system, which causes your catalytic converter to melt down, which then plugs the exhaust, which basically means you aren't going anywhere too fast. $800 to $2000 or more later and you're back on the road.

The unfortunate thing is if he had checked it a month earlier, a $200 oxygen sensor may have prevented the problem from getting that bad in the first place.

1. Save yourself a lot of money - your check engine light is called a warning light for a reason. Sometimes you may physically feel a problem, but more often than not you won't. Anything left unattended to could possibly cost you big time down the road. It is true - an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure.

2. Save yourself a lot of time - I had a fleet customer recently who had a crew driving a work truck several hundred miles to a job. Unbeknownst to him, the check engine light was on the whole time, and eventually caused a major engine failure which required a new engine. Not only did it cost him thousands of dollars, his truck was out of commission for over a week, when it could have originally been fixed in an hour.

3. Save yourself a lot of extra work - in many states, a check engine light is an automatic failure when you go to get an emissions test. Once your car fails, you have to have the problem repaired, and then it has to go through something known as a "drive cycle", which basically means your car has to go through several different conditions to verify it is working properly before the computer resets and allows the emission test to pass. This could take days or weeks, depending on how the car is driven. After all that, you then have to start the process all over by getting it retested at the emission inspection station. Hope it passes this time!

4. Finally, save yourself a lot of stress - I don't know about you, but just the thought of the first three reasons stresses me out. Why not go ahead and bite the bullet, figure out what it's going to take to fix the check engine light, and hopefully save yourself a lot of unnecessary money, time, extra work, and stress!

On a final note, if your check engine light is flashing, that is your cars way of saying, "HEY! you better hurry up! This could be bad!" This typically means you have a severe ignition system misfire, and that could add up to a whole lot of number 1-4, when a simple tune up with new spark plugs and wires (or coil boots, depending on your system) might fix everything.

Monday, January 9, 2017

The New Marco Polo HORIZON – Style For Every Occasion

The new Marco Polo HORIZON is a classy companion in everyday life. Whether for business or leisure, its modular interior is suited for every occasion. It fits right in the middle between the existing models Marco Polo and Marco Polo ACTIVITY.

For the first time it is possible to mount an additional 3-seated bench into the rear, right behind the standard one. Therefore the HORIZON offers space for up to eight passengers. Also for sleeping it is a true space saver. With folded rear bench and set up pop-up roof up to five people are able to spend the night in it. With its built in heating and sophisticated ventilation systems, the HORIZON is always well air-conditioned.

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Friday, January 6, 2017

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

The BMW 5 Series History. The 3rd Generation (E34)

The 3rd generation BMW 5 Series brought a lot of interesting premiers. For the first time all-wheel drive was available in a 5 Series. Moreover besides the sedan body style, the range expanded into the “Touring” wagon.