When Elon Musk first revealed the new Tesla Roadster in 2017, expectations were sky high. Now that we're almost in 2025, it looks like Tesla is preparing something that could exceed all expectations. The new Roadster promises to reach 60 miles per hour (about 96 km/h) in less than one second, setting a new milestone in the automotive industry.
Robeta, the manufacturer that received the prestigious Campervan of the Year 2024 award for the Robeta Adonis model, also presents the family-oriented Robeta Helios model in its range. This model could also be in the running for the title of best campervan for families. We took it under the microscope on a route of more than 2,100 kilometers.
In a world where cutting-edge engineering meets timeless elegance, the McLaren Artura Spider 2025 redefines what is possible. Designed as a hybrid supercar that combines performance and luxury, the Artura Spider conjures up a driving experience that transcends the everyday. It is powered by a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine mated to a hybrid system that together produce an impressive 671 horsepower (500 kW) and 720 Nm of torque, enabling the Artura Spider to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just three seconds.
With a starting price of $233,500, the BYD Yangwang U9 challenges the limits of electric performance, standing alongside supercars like the Rimac Nevera. With up to 1,306 horsepower and a 0-100 km/h time of just 2.36 seconds, the U9 is not only a supercar, but a technological gem that promises the future of supercars, even from a land that was really not known for such cars.
Have you ever dreamed of waking up in a new location every morning? The Etrusco Campervan Ford 4x4 gives you just that – the freedom to explore the most hidden corners of the world without sacrificing the comfort of your home. And, of course, you shouldn't be afraid that you will be stuck in the sand.
Do you know her? The new fashion icon of the Opel fleet? The brand new Opel Corsa hit the streets of Slovenia.
It's the European Car of the Year 2024. France's Renault Scenic E-Tech Electric was named the Car of the Year 2024 at a ceremony held at the Geneva International Motor Show. This model, which received a total of 329 votes from a jury of 58 journalists from 22 countries, was chosen as the best of the seven finalists. This is the seventh time that Renault has won the prestigious Car of the Year award, which celebrates its 61st edition this year.
The legend that defined a generation returns to the urban jungle – the Renault 5, this time as a fully electric E-Tech Electric model. The French automotive giant has revived the iconic design from 1972, combining a nostalgic past and a promising future, appealing to both history buffs and followers of sustainable mobility. The Renault 5 is definitely the star of the Geneva Motor Show, but it divides opinion. Especially in our editorial office.
In a world where electrification has transformed road vehicles, the time is coming when the waves get their own silent but powerful hero. Los Angeles startup Arc Boat Company introduces the Arc Sport Electric Wake Boat, which promises double power and advanced software to usher in a new era of water sports.
At a time when the past meets the future, the Renault 5, a symbol of the social revolution of the 1970s, is once again in the spotlight. This time as the Renault 5 E-Tech Electric, which will make its world debut at the Geneva International Motor Show on February 26. This transformation of a cult legend into an electric format is not just a tribute to tradition; is a bold twist towards sustainable mobility. We reveal all that is currently known and put together our thoughts.
Ineos Automotive, a company that has already established itself with its robust Grenadier SUV, presents a new vehicle, which this time will be an electric vehicle and bears the name Ineos Fusilier. This new member of the Ineos family promises to bring a breath of fresh air to the world of electric SUVs with its unique blend of retro design and modern technology. And of course the promised robustness.
In the world of motoring, the Škoda Octavia 2024 has long been appreciated for its reliability, spaciousness and versatility. For the 2024 model year, this Czech manufacturer has added some significant upgrades to its flagship, consolidating its position on the market.