Friday, December 30, 2022

Tuesday, December 27, 2022

JAY LENO'S GARAGE TOUR!


Jay Leno's Garage is one of the most famous car collections in the world and to be able to visit is incredibly special! Join me with Jay Leno himself for a tour to take in some of the eclectic mix of cars on display as we discover what's within. Inside the halls lie a huge variety of different automobiles, motorcycles and automotive memorabilia. From modern super and hypercars like the McLaren P1, Porsche Carrera GT, Ford GT and Acura NSX, to the almighty McLaren F1 and legendary classics like the Bugatti Type 35, Jaguar E-Type, Bentleys and Duesenbergs. There is no other collection like it in the world when it comes to sheer variety and to me also the impressive nature of Jay's knowledge about each and every one of them. Arriving for a visit with my Ford GT, being able to tour around and take it all in has always been a dream, but made even more exciting by Jay joining to show us around himself. Amongst the cars are so many other things to take in and spot lurking around as we explore - I'm sure many hours could be taken to run through everything in detail! A huge thanks to Jay and the team at Jay Leno's Garage, who you can follow on their channel and Instagram here: http://youtube.com/jaylenosgarage http://instagram.com/jaylenosgarage
Thanks for watching, Tim

Sunday, December 25, 2022

Happy Holidays!


Wishing you holidays filled with fun and laughter, and very best wishes for a prosperous new year.

Thursday, December 22, 2022

The History of the Volkswagen Beetle - The People's Car


In 1938 the German automaker Volkswagen released their version of the economy car called the Volkswagen Type 1, or more commonly referred to as the Volkswagen Beetle. The names "Bug" and "Beetle" were adopted by the public, but it was not until late 1967 that Volkswagen began using the name "Beetle" in their marketing. It was previously known as only the "Type 1" or the 1200, 1300, or 1500, which were the names it had been marketed under in Europe prior to 1967. The numbers indicated the size of the vehicle's engine in cubic centimeters.

The 1967 model of the VW Beetle underwent a few changes, the car itself didn't get bigger, but many of the mechanical systems and components did. Some changes to the Bug included a larger engine. Output of the electrical generator had been increased from 180 watts to 360, and also had been upgraded from the old 6-volt system to the 12-volt system. The clutch disk was also made larger and changes had been made to the braking system, the flywheel, and rear axles.

Although the VW Bug has been widely despised for its styling, rough ride, weak power, along with high noise levels, it was also the longest and most produced vehicle for a single design.

The "Beetle" or "Bug" whichever you wish to call it also played a roll in the military. In 1935 prototypes of the Kdf-Wagen appeared.

Produced by Daimlet-Benz in Stuttgart, Germany the first prototypes were born. With its already peculiar round shape, and the rear-mounted, air-cooled engine, The factory only produced a small number of the cars by the time war began in 1939. The first mass-produced version of the Beetle were used for military vehicles, like the Schwimmwagen and the Kubelwagen.

The military bug was created to be as simple as possible, so that little could go wrong. The 985cc air-cooled motor proved to be effective with German Afrika Korps in Africa's desert heat with The built in oil cooler and the superb performance of the flat four, or "pancake" engine configuration. The suspension was equipped with compact torsion beams in place of the more commonly used coil or leaf spring suspensions.

Once World War II was over, the shortage of jobs led to the reopening of the factory in Wolfsburg by Allied forces. The production of the Beetle from then on recommenced. The production increased massively over the next decade, with the one millionth car rolling off of the assembly line in 1955. The Bug's performance was far superior compared to other automobiles in its category with a top speed of 72 mph. The production was surpassing 16 million in 1972, and by the 23rd of June in 1992 the company had sold over 21 million of the cars.

The Volkswagen Beetle is the world's best selling design with the same name. The VW Beetle outlasted most all of the other vehicles who had copied the rear-mounted air-cooled engine layout like those by Subaru, and General Motors.

The Beetle began to phase-out in 2003. The annual production ad reduced to 30,000 from its peak of 1.3 million in 1971. As the last Beetle rolled off of the assembly line, it was shipped off to the Volkswagen company museum in Wolfsburg, Germany.

In 1998 Volkswagen introduced the new Beetle which was designed to look a lot like the classic Beetle. The new Beetle was designed with a water cooled engine being placed in the front of the car.

The new VW Beetle has turned out to be a very popular car and has become a pop culture icon and been featured in many movies.


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Monday, December 19, 2022

Mercedes-Benz Museum – A Girl Called Mercedes



The short film, which lasts around two minutes, invites the viewer to see the history of the Mercedes-Benz brand in a new dimension.

Monday, December 12, 2022

At Star Tech European, We Do Things Differently!

 


Maintenance

Although we use the manufacturer’s recommended inspection specifications, we will never sell you something you don’t need. At your time of service, we’ll inspect your filters, spark plugs, and other maintenance issues and make our recommendations based on your car’s needs.

Let us inspect your car and tell you what we see your car needs to keep it running at its best, without spending more money than you need to.

We proudly use Motul Synthetic Oil engine oil products and original equipment filters.

Call us at 707-455-8870 today! StarTechEuropean.com

Friday, December 9, 2022

The New 2023 Jaguar Models And Their Pricing


Hello And Welcome To The Video For The New 2022 2023 Jaguar Models And Their Pricing,šŸ˜³Please▶ watch, like, and subscribe (NOTE!!)We do Reviews About The Newest, The Fastest, And The Strongest Vehicles Released and The new upcoming cars in 2024,2022 and 2023. thanks –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ❤️ visit EPA's website. For more information about Fuel Economy https://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/finda...

Tuesday, December 6, 2022

The Volvo EX90: Everything you need to know


Get to know the Volvo EX90 with all the highlights from our launch event in the centre of Stockholm. Hear first hand from our experts as we introduce Volvo's new flagship SUV, equipped with Safe Space Technology, driver and occupant sensing and bidirectional charging. 

 Find out more about the Volvo EX90 at: https://volvoca.rs/3NOBdN0

Sunday, December 4, 2022

Jennie Ruby Jane designs her dream Porsche Taycan


Star of K-pop sensation BLACKPINK, Jennie Ruby Jane partnered with the Sonderwunsch team at Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur to embark on a journey to personalise her own electric Taycan. From a logo she designed from scratch to her use of Meissenblue Paint to Sample, her final vehicle is truly inspired by the clouds. _ Taycan 4S Cross Turismo: Electrical consumption combined in kWh/100 km: 24,8 - 21,3 (WLTP), 26,2 (NEDC); Range combined in km: 415 - 490 (WLTP), Range City in km: 517 - 600 (WLTP); CO2 emissions combined in g/km: 0 (WLTP), 0 (NEDC) I Status: 12/2022

Friday, December 2, 2022

BMW Plug-in Hybrids. All you need to know.


BMW 225xe Active Tourer: Energy consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 13.5. Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 1.9. CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 52. BMW 330e Sedan: Energy consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 14.8*. Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 1.6*. CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 36*. *All performance, fuel consumption and emissions figures are provisional. BMW 330e Touring: Energy consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 15.7*. Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 1.7*. CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 39*. *All performance, fuel consumption and emissions figures are provisional. BMW 745e Sedan: Energy consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 15.5–15.1. Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 2.2–2.1. CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 51–48. BMW X1 xDrive25e: Energy consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 14.3–13.8. Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 2.1–1.9. CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 48–43. BMW X3 xDrive30e: Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 2.4*. CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 56*. *All performance, fuel consumption and emissions figures are provisional. BMW X5 xDrive45e: Energy consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 23.5–20.3. Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 2.0–1.7. CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 47–39. _____ Time for you to become a plug-in hybrid expert. This video contains everything you need to know about the BMW plug-in hybrid vehicles. Whether you are interested in the cooperation of the electric and combustion engine, the efficiency provided by latest technologies or the charging solutions, the answers are ready for you, just sit back and watch.

Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Mercedes-Benz Driving Assistance Systems


The latest generation of Mercedes-Benz driving assistance systems was introduced with the premiere of the new S-Class.  

The driver is supported by numerous new or extended systems which now also come as standard in the EQS, the EQE and the new C-Class. How they work and how they can make driving more comfortable and safe, is explained in this video.

Friday, November 25, 2022

The EQS on the Circuit de Monaco


In racing as in life, it’s all about finding the right balance. Join Stoffel Vandoorne on his ride in the EQS on the legendary Circuit de Monaco to feel its divine energy.

Wednesday, November 23, 2022

Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Which Age Group Causes The Most Car Accidents?

According to statistics collected over the last decade, two age groups cause the most car accidents: teen drivers and the elderly. There are a number of reasons for these statistics, but the reality is that car accidents are a part of everyday life, and that even though someone might be a member of these demographic groups it does not automatically mean that they are going to be in a crash. Teen drivers Driving represents a lot of things to teens. Freedom, empowerment for the first time in their lives and status as drivers makes putting teens behind the wheel a dangerous prospect. Teen drivers cause car accidents because they are full of youthful exuberance, and they lack the experience of more seasoned drivers, and they are prone to taking risks because they feel they are invincible. Furthermore, teen drivers also drive cars that are not the safest on the road, such as smaller vehicles that have more blind spots, or do not have the safety and accident avoidance features that many other cars have. Also, teens engage in riskier behaviors, such as racing, drinking and driving, and overloading their cars with too many people, all of which can contribute to causing an accident. Unfortunately, the combination of inexperience and propensity for risk taking means that teen drivers are among the most dangerous, and the statistics bear this out. That's why insurance companies generally charge more for the policies of teen drivers, because the companies understand the risks of teens on the road and adjust their premiums accordingly. Elderly drivers On the flip side of the accident-causing spectrum, elderly drivers are also an age group that causes the many car accidents. Though they may have decades of driving experience, safe cars and a risk-avoidance mentality, these very factors can actually contribute to causing accidents. Throw in diminished reaction times, failing vision and hearing, and a sense of entitlement and elderly drivers can be just as dangerous as the newly-minted 16 year old out on the road for the first time. As the body ages, the mind and reflexes slow down. Hand-eye coordination decreases significantly, and it is a lot harder for older people to respond rapidly to conditions on the road or other drivers in dangerous situations. Then accidents occur. Older drivers tend to think of themselves as perfectly safe drivers, obeying the rules of the road while the world around them takes dangerous risks. While this is partially true, elderly drivers make can make judgment errors about the flow of traffic and distances between vehicles much easier than younger drivers. If this happens and there is no way to fix this incorrect perception of reality, older drivers can make assumptions that cause accidents. Ultimately, it is the responsibility of everyone on the road to be as safe a driver as they possibly can. Young drivers need to learn that they are not invincible, and older drivers need to realize that their skills and perception have likely decreased over time, and need to make adjustments to accommodate. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/4339406

Sunday, November 13, 2022

Jaguar Classic | C-type Continuation


70 years after it first raced to victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Jaguar Classic introduces the C-type Continuation. Hand built to the original 1953 specification, this strictly limited run celebrates the iconic model’s motorsport heritage.

Thursday, November 10, 2022

2021 Porsche 911 Targa 4S Review - Big Beautiful Glass!


The 2021 Porsche 911 Targa 4S, priced over $180,000 as equipped in this video (starting MSRP just over $135,000), is the most expensive Porsche I've driven to date. It's based on the 8th generation Porsche 911, and positions itself between the Coupe & Cabriolet, with an electronically folding soft top, and a vast rear windshield. The 8th gen 911 features a 3.0L twin-turbocharged boxer six-cylinder engine, with new, larger turbos and clever asymmetrical variable valve lift system. Is it worth the price tag? Check out the video to learn all about it!

Monday, November 7, 2022

SAFE STEPS Road Safety: Seatbelts


We all have a role in road safety! So follow these SAFE STEPS to play your part and help save lives. - Wear your seatbelt - - Ensure all passengers wear seatbelts - - Safely secure children in car seats -

Sunday, October 30, 2022

Cognitive Distraction


Think you know all about distracted driving? Think again! New research reveals that voice-activated in-car technologies dangerously undermine driver attention.

Thursday, October 27, 2022

Peugeot 408 - This car came out of NOWHERE?


Revealed to the world in June, the new PEUGEOT 408 is the first of its kind – a new fastback silhouette at the top of the C segment. This new age PEUGEOT features a unique design which has a hint of Lamborghini Urus. What are your thoughts on the 408? Want to see new Auto Social UK content every day? Then make sure you're following me on both Instagram and TikTok: https://www.instagram.com/auto_social_UK https://www.tiktok.com/@autosocialuk

Sunday, October 23, 2022

Volkswagen Arteon // Is THIS an Audi with a VW Badge?!?


Here's the REFRESHED 2021 Volkswagen Arteon SEL Premium R-Line! This fully-loaded VW Arteon stickers for a touch under $50,000, and boasts a stylish exterior design and luxurious cabin. But how much money is too much?? Would it be better to get a Stinger or A5 Sportback? Go ahead: CLICK to find out :) Also, be sure to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE if you enjoyed this review -- it helps us more than you can imagine!

Thursday, October 20, 2022

Why Car Repair Should Be Left To The Professionals


In today's society, DIY projects have become a necessity for many. This is also often applied to car repair. Some people think that because they have knowledge of cars and their working components, many of what they consider easy projects can be done in their home garage. However, a lot of these projects aren't nearly as easy as they may seem.

Clutch

Fixing a clutch. Simple enough, right? It seems to be. However, most people don't realize that fixing a clutch is more complicated and can be a delicate procedure. The biggest hurdle one would find is that many times it involves dropping the engine. This is not something that most can do in their garage.

Recharging the A/C

Every automotive store carries A/C recharging kits. If they do that, then it must be something a novice could do, right? Wrong. Not even counting the added complications of Freon, there is so much more to it. Working with the A/C system involves very high, specific pressure, specialized tubing, and odd components - most of these allusively buried in the dashboard or tied into an incomprehensible computer - not to mention many other things related to the first law of thermodynamics. If that word is not recognizable, you more than likely have no business even being in there.

Working around or on the airbag

Though thankfully this particular area rarely needs to be worked on or around, it is still a good idea to know what the possible outcomes could be. The most important thing to think about if working on or around this area - including any close by panels - is that there is a significantly sized explosive charge tucked away in there. Does 'explosive charge' sound a lot like a bomb? It should, because that is essentially what it is. Definitely make sure that someone with training in that particular area works on that part of your car. A hand being blown off isn't worth the extra money saved by doing it ones-self. It is guaranteed that the hospital bill for that would be significantly more expensive than just having a professional do it for you.

Rebuilding a differential

Anytime someone is messing around with gears it can lead to disaster. It takes a delicate, sensitive touch. Differentials are even trickier. If the gears are even slightly off, your car will sound like it has been taken over by a disgruntled poltergeist. Not to mention that in a very short time, the teeth will completely wear out and disintegrate. The contact patch between the gears has to be so carefully aligned that it is mathematically perfect.

Even the seemingly simplest of jobs are so involved that many times doing your own car repair can cost more than taking it to the shop. A car repair technician can do the job right the first time and save lots of time and energy.

For more information on car repair, Hershey, PA residents can go to http://www.certifiedpreownedofhershey.com/Body-Shop.
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Monday, October 17, 2022

Progress Never Ends


Progress knows no bounds. It is the driving force behind the design and engineering of our R and RS models such as the Audi TT RS CoupƩ iconic edition* and the Audi R8 GT**. Both started as a vision for the future of premium mobility, and now they are shining examples of powerful performance on the road.

Friday, October 14, 2022

​Road to Dakar 2023: Season 2 Trailer I The next chapter of progress​


Ready to change your perspective. Designed from the inside out, the Audi grandsphere concept* redefines progressive luxury. From an immersive interior design and striking exterior design, to intelligent and intuitive features like eye tracking and gesture control, this is premium mobility which goes beyond driving. Watch Marc Lichte, Head of Design at Audi, and his team as they bring this vision of the future to life. #FutureIsAnAttitude #Audi #AudiGrandsphereConcept #concept #emobility --------------- *The vehicle shown is a concept vehicle that is not available as a production vehicle. The automated driving functions shown are technologies currently under development, are not available for production vehicles and only work within system limits. All possible uses of the technical systems and functions shown represent only a possible concept and are dependent on the respective legal regulations in the relevant country. Professional driver on a closed course.

Wednesday, October 12, 2022

The Mercedes-Benz Files – 540 K Streamliner


Introducing “The Mercedes-Benz Files” – stories full of passion, spirit, pioneering thoughts and innovations, celebrating over 135 years of automobile engineering. Subscribe to get notified for new videos here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... Discover the facts and stories on some of the most unique automotive artifacts, starting with the Mercedes-Benz 540 K Streamliner!

Sunday, October 9, 2022

Volvo Cars x Vox Creative Presents EV Driver’s Ed 101


As Volvo Cars continues its mission to become fully electric by 2030, we thought it was the perfect time to update the classic driver’s ed video with our electric future in mind. Welcome to EV Driver’s Ed 101, where we’ll be covering everything you’ve ever wanted to know about driving an EV and more, with a little help from the Volvo XC40 Recharge.

Thursday, October 6, 2022

Why Getting Your Vehicle Serviced Regularly Is Essential



The mechanical condition of a vehicle dictates its safety 
as well as its performance on the road. In order to guarantee
  • a smooth ride,
  • prolong the life of a car,
  • and increase its safety
The owner should always consider getting the vehicle serviced regularly. The main reason why this procedure is required is to ensure that any mechanical anomalies can be spotted and rectified before they can cause harm.
The routine maintenance is a small price to pay to guarantee one's safety on the roads. So what are the benefits of acquiring this service?
  • It reduces the repair costs - maintenance procedures are preventative in nature and this means that it is a good way of avoiding major repair bills as a result of oversight.
  • It reduces the chances of getting surprise breakdowns.
  • Regular car services will lower the possible risk of getting involved in an accident
  • Servicing involves various procedures that guarantee better fuel consumption. In essence it is cheaper to run a car that regularly goes for servicing
There are several kinds of servicing available and they include the following:
6 month or interim car service
This is a procedure that is intended for those individuals who cover a lot of mileage over short periods. This means that the car will require more regular checks to avoid unforeseen faults. Some of the work includes filter and oil changes as well as a comprehensive diagnostic check for all essential functions.
12 month or comprehensive car service
This is an all inclusive checkup that should be mandatory for all cars that are used on a regular basis. Most service providers do no less than 70 checks as well as some necessary adjustments. Replacement of worn out components is also done where necessary. The procedure includes Spark plug and air filter replacement among other processes.
Winter Inspection
Ensure that your car is ready to withstand winter conditions by getting a specialised check. Winter safety checks should be a mandatory practice for all car owners.
Car owners have a wide variety of options when it comes choosing a vehicle servicing company, whether you are driving a Land Rover or a Volswagen Polo. There are even new companies offering to service your car at your home or work place.
Of course, for those owners that are mechanically savvy, there is the option of servicing the car themselves. But you have to be qualified to do so and you must know exactly what you are doing.
Whether you use a professional's help or do it yourself, getting your car is very important.

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/7432715

Monday, October 3, 2022

Five AAA Rules of the Road


AAA has teamed up with Travel Channel to help make some of Americas Worst Drivers better. Even if youre not on a reality show—or even a bad driver—you can benefit from some of AAAs Rules of the Road. These five basic rules will help keep you safe on the road. For more information on AAA Rules of the Road and Americas Worst Driver, visit AAA.com/RulesoftheRoad.

Thursday, September 29, 2022

The new i7 - this is Forwardism


Monday, September 26, 2022

Kimberly and the Jetta



“I didn’t choose teaching. Teaching chose me.” – Mrs. Tuttle

VW recognizes the hard work and dedication teachers give their students every day. Thank you, Mrs. Tuttle, for sharing your passion for teaching with us.

Saturday, September 24, 2022

How To Avoid Pothole Damage


Driving through a seemingly innocent hole in the road could result in costly car damage. Before you end up at the auto shop in need of suspension repair or wheel replacement, know the five best ways to avoid pothole damage

1. Check Tires

Frequently inspect your tires to ensure they are properly inflated and do not have significant wear. If you hit a pothole with worn or underinflated tires, there is a greater risk of wheel or suspension damage. Inflate tires according to your vehicle manufacturer’s recommended tire pressure levels. Find this information on the door jamb sticker and in your owner’s manual. Do not use the pressure levels molded on the tire sidewall. To check the tire tread depth, insert a quarter upside down into several tread grooves. If the top of Washington’s head is visible, it’s time for new tires. How to properly check tire tread

2. Inspect Suspension

Make certain struts, shock absorbers and other suspension parts are in good condition. Changes in vehicle handling, excessive vibration or uneven tire wear can indicate damaged or worn parts. Have a certified auto service technician inspect the suspension if you suspect a problem.

3. Look Ahead

Stay alert and check the road ahead to avoid potholes. Stay focused on the road and avoid distractions. Before swerving around a pothole, check your surroundings so you do not collide with another vehicle or endanger nearby pedestrians or cyclists.

4. Slow Down

If you cannot avoid a pothole, reduce your speed safely. Check the rearview mirror before braking abruptly. Hitting a pothole at higher speeds greatly increases the chance of tire, wheel and suspension component damage. Releasing the brakes just before hitting a pothole allows the wheel and tire to roll through the depression and helps minimize potential damage.

5. Beware of Puddles

Drive cautiously through puddles as they may be deep potholes filled with water.

What to Do If You Hit a Pothole and Suspect Damage

Get a Vehicle Inspection. Hard pothole impact can knock the wheels out of alignment and affect steering, or dislodge wheel weights, damage a tire or wheel, and bend or even break suspension parts. Have a qualified mechanic check the wheel alignment if the vehicle pulls to the left or right. Have the suspension inspected if you notice any new or unusual noises or vibrations.

Article Source: https://www.aaa.com/autorepair/articles/how-to-avoid-pothole-damage

Wednesday, September 21, 2022

Mercedes-Benz Museum – A Girl Called Mercedes



The short film, which lasts around two minutes, invites the viewer to see the history of the Mercedes-Benz brand in a new dimension.

Sunday, September 18, 2022

How to Deal with Roadside Emergencies


                                           Some tips on how to deal with roadside emergencies.

Thursday, September 15, 2022

The 2022 Jaguar F-Type R still has a SUPERCHARGED V8!


2022 Jaguar F-Type R review by The Straight Pipes. The Jaguar F Type R is putting down 575 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque from a Supercharged 5L V8. At $136,760 CAD, would you take it over the Porsche 911, Lexus LC500?

Sunday, September 11, 2022

Car Theft Prevention Tips


Being alert and taking simple steps can help prevent a vehicle theft from happening to you. Learn more from AAA about what steps you should take so that you don't end up being a victim of car theft.

Friday, September 9, 2022

Porsche Reinvents The Brake Rotor - No Rust, Low Dust, No Fade!


Porsche Surface Coated Brakes have a thin layer of tungsten carbide on the outside of the rotor. This tungsten carbide layer means no rust, significantly less brake dust, and they don't have brake fade typical of cast-iron brake rotors. 

The tungsten carbide layer is applied using high velocity oxygen fuel spray, and provides a rotor that lasts about 30% longer than traditional iron rotors. Better performance comes at a price, but they're about 1/3 the cost of carbon ceramic rotors. 

These PSCB rotors come standard on the Porsche Cayenne Turbo and Cayenne Coupe Turbo. Check out the video to learn all about Porsche's world-first brakes!

Tuesday, September 6, 2022

SAFE STEPS Road Safety: Seatbelts


We all have a role in road safety! So follow these SAFE STEPS to play your part and help save lives.

- Wear your seatbelt - - Ensure all passengers wear seatbelts - - Safely secure children in car seats -

Saturday, September 3, 2022

The All-New Audi Q4 e-tron | ft. Desi Lydic


The fully-electric Audi Q4 e-tron is here to put luxury electric driving firmly within reach. Join The Daily Show’s Desi Lydic as she uncovers the next step in electric innovation. A premium electric car that boasts the first ever available AR head-up display found in any Audi and fast charging capabilities that’ll have you on the road within no time.

Sunday, August 28, 2022

MINI Cooper S 2021 review - better than a VW Polo GTI?


What do you guys think - does the new MINI look better than ever?! Or would you choose another small hatch instead? LIKE this comment if you'd choose the MINI, or COMMENT with what you'd go for instead!

Thursday, August 25, 2022

Sunday, August 21, 2022

Mercedes-Benz Driving Assistance Systems


The latest generation of Mercedes-Benz driving assistance systems was introduced with the premiere of the new S-Class.  

The driver is supported by numerous new or extended systems which now also come as standard in the EQS, the EQE and the new C-Class. How they work and how they can make driving more comfortable and safe, is explained in this video.

Friday, August 19, 2022

The 2022 BMW i4 Is a 540-Horsepower Electric M3 Rival


The 2022 BMW i4 is a new model -- and an impressive one, with 540 horsepower and excellent technology. Today I'm reviewing the i4 and I'm going to show you the quirks and features of the BMW i4. I'm also going to drive the BMW i4 and review the driving experience to show you what it's like behind the wheel.

Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Did You Know? Four Facts About BMW's History


In the first episode of Did You Know? from Cars.com, we check out a few fun facts about BMW's company history.

Saturday, August 13, 2022

Top 10 Coolest Maserati Car Models of All Time


0:46 - Maserati Merak 1:01 - Maserati Alfieri 1:28 - Maserati Quattroporte 1:53 - Maserati Ghibli 2:34 - Maserati GranTurismo 3:04 - Maserati 3500 GT 3:35 - Maserati MC12 4:15 - Maserati A6GCS/53 4:38 - Maserati Birdcage 75th 5:12 - Maserati Tipo 61 #RedSpeed #Best #Maserati

Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Jaguar F-TYPE | Strength in Numbers



F-TYPE is Jaguar design in its most beautiful form – lean, elegant and athletic from any angle. It's the ultimate British sports car.

Sunday, August 7, 2022

What Are the Most Common Causes of Auto Accidents?


What are the most common causes of auto accidents? Safety experts agree that the number-one cause of accidents is human error.

Almost all crashes can be prevented by more careful behavior and responsible conduct and driving habits. In more recent years, this is commonly known as "Distracted Driving" and it takes on many different forms.

The most common mistakes drivers make include drinking and driving; speeding; drag racing other vehicles; driving while fatigued; and distractions involving applying make-up, talking, singing, passenger misconduct or immaturity, eating or drinking, texting, browsing social media sites or other activities involving smart phones. But in many cases, simply not paying attention and being mentally distracted by personal matters can cause drivers to drift out of the lane, run red lights and stop signs or break other basic traffic rules.

These "Distractions" and many others have caused many, many terrible, needless and life-changing accidents that were otherwise avoidable or preventable.

Thursday, August 4, 2022

2022 Porsche Cayenne review // Still the best luxury SUV?


This is a Motormouth couple car review of the 2022 Porsche Cayenne mid-size luxury SUV. If you want an SUV with an entertaining and sporty drive, look no further than the Porsche Cayenne.Our test model is the base Cayenne with a 3L turbocharged V6 and an 8-speed automatic transmission. It has 335 horsepower and 332 lb-ft of torque with standard AWD. You have to put premium fuel in this Cayenne. Other models available include, the Cayenne S, E-Hybrid, GTS, Turbo, Turbo S E-Hybrid and Turbo GT. Horsepower power ranges from 335 on the base model to 670 combined horsepower on the Turbo S E-Hybrid. What’s new for 2022? An updated infotainment system that now includes, wireless Apple Carplay and wired Android Auto. The Navigation system is quicker and the voice recognition software has been updated to better recognize instructions. There is also a new Platinum Edition trim which adds satin finishes to the exterior, black sport tailpipes, 21” RS Spyder design wheels, chalk seatbelts and brushed aluminum door entry sills. This model comes with more standard features like a panoramic sunroof, Bose sound system and leather sport seats. It is available on the base Cayenne, S and E-Hybrid models. The Cayenne offers standard features like a 12.3” touchscreen, 8-way power heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, 10-speaker audio system, power liftgate, LED headlights and LED taillights plus 19” wheels. We recommend adding the Premium Package for $6,970 CAD/$6,470 USD to get the panoramic sunroof, Bose surround system, comfort access, lane change assist, 14-way power seats with memory package and power steering plus. The Premium Plus Package for $9,790 CAD/$8,950 USD has everything in the Premium Package plus ambient lighting, LED Matrix headlights, ventilated front seats, heated rear seats and 4-zone climate control. If you are not interested in the packages but want a panoramic sunroof, you can add it for $2,120 CAD/$1,850 USD. JD Power gives the 2022 Porsche Cayenne a quality and reliability score of 81/100 and an overall score of 82/100. The Cayenne starts at $79,200 CAD/$69,000 USD and the Platinum Edition Trim starts at $92,800 CAD/$79,000 USD. Get the dealership cost, any rebates and special interest rates, plus secret discounts, go to CarCostCanada. Use the promo code MOTORMOUTH to become an expert member. https://carcostcanada.com/Canada/Pric...

Monday, August 1, 2022

Thursday, July 28, 2022

Old Car vs Modern Car during Crash Test / Evolution of Car Safety



The first models and designs for automobiles were created in the 15th century by none other than Leonardo da Vinci, and the state of the global auto industry has evolved significantly since. First steam, to electric, gasoline, and today’s hybrids, the evolution of safety features in cars plays an essential role in reducing the once overwhelming number of injuries and damages resulting from auto accidents. Auto manufacturers have come a long way over the history of auto safety, paving the way for improved global safety standards.

Unfortunately, as a vehicle ages, a number of factors come into play that reduce the automobiles safety, aside from mechanical wear and tear. According to statistics, a driver is 10 times as likely to suffer fatal injuries in a collision while operating a 30-year-old vehicle versus a late model. The auto industry is continually working to improve the safety of current mechanisms, as well as developing and testing new ideas for safer vehicles. Developments in driving technology and new types of airbags have been prevalent just this year.

While the ultimate safe vehicle may be a long way off, American auto manufacturers have made significant strides in improving the overall security and protection a vehicles structure provides. Over the past 3 decades, fatal accidents in the U.S. have decreased by more than 1/5, a substantial decrease demonstrating immense progress in terms of the safety features in cars.

The need to revolutionize auto safety was not fully realized until the 1950s, when the first usable airbags were developed, among other safety mechanisms. Then, in 1970, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) was created. The organization still uses the same name today, and continues its role in promoting and effectively executing driving safety regulations throughout the U.S. Whether creating new policies or revising existing regulations (at the state and federal level), the NHTSA and the United States have been true catalysts in the history of car safety.

Monday, July 25, 2022

Volvo Cars x Vox Creative Presents EV Driver’s Ed 101


As Volvo Cars continues its mission to become fully electric by 2030, we thought it was the perfect time to update the classic driver’s ed video with our electric future in mind. Welcome to EV Driver’s Ed 101, where we’ll be covering everything you’ve ever wanted to know about driving an EV and more, with a little help from the Volvo XC40 Recharge.

Friday, July 22, 2022

Importance of Child Restraints


This IIHS crash test demonstrates what happens to unrestrained children in a frontal crash. About a third of children under 13 who were killed in crashes in 2019 weren't restrained. That's more than 200 kids.

Tuesday, July 19, 2022

All-Electric Jaguar I-PACE | 'Unwrapped' with Amanda Stretton



Join Jaguar Racing host Amanda Stretton as she takes you on an in-depth tour of the all-electric I-PACE - from the radical design and luxurious interior craftsmanship to the electrifying powertrain and SUV practicality. This is I-PACE unwrapped.

Saturday, July 16, 2022

What If You Forget To Change Your Oil?


What if you forget to change your oil on time? Can you damage your car's engine by not changing the oil late? Do you really need to change your oil every 3,000 miles? Obviously, you should change your oil regularly, but exactly how much damage you will cause by changing the oil late? This video looks to answer this question. We'll discuss what happens to oil viscosity as it ages, and what happens to oil additives in over time.

Wednesday, July 13, 2022

Driving Tips for Wet Roads


Wet pavement contributes to over 1 million crashes each year! Here are AAA's tips if you're caught driving in the rain. www.aaa.com/safety


Sunday, July 10, 2022

BMW Plug-in Hybrids. All you need to know.


BMW 225xe Active Tourer: Energy consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 13.5. Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 1.9. CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 52. BMW 330e Sedan: Energy consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 14.8*. Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 1.6*. CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 36*. *All performance, fuel consumption and emissions figures are provisional. BMW 330e Touring: Energy consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 15.7*. Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 1.7*. CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 39*. *All performance, fuel consumption and emissions figures are provisional. BMW 745e Sedan: Energy consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 15.5–15.1. Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 2.2–2.1. CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 51–48. BMW X1 xDrive25e: Energy consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 14.3–13.8. Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 2.1–1.9. CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 48–43. BMW X3 xDrive30e: Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 2.4*. CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 56*. *All performance, fuel consumption and emissions figures are provisional. BMW X5 xDrive45e: Energy consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 23.5–20.3. Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 2.0–1.7. CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 47–39. _____ Time for you to become a plug-in hybrid expert. This video contains everything you need to know about the BMW plug-in hybrid vehicles. Whether you are interested in the cooperation of the electric and combustion engine, the efficiency provided by latest technologies or the charging solutions, the answers are ready for you, just sit back and watch.