ABT Tunes The Audi S5 Diesel In Europe And The TT RS In U.S.

ABT amps up the S5 and TT RS When it comes to extracting performance from an Audi, tuning firm ABT has always been the mainstay, offering performance packages that cater to virtually every Audi model that you can get your hands on. Thankfully, they aren’t biased when it comes to

What Kind Of Tyre Should You Be Using In Winter?

As the weather takes a turn for the worse, you might be considering switching out your summer tyres for something better suited for chilly conditions. But with five other categories of rubber to choose from, which is the right one to go for? To confuse matters further, you might find

Porsche Flying Car On The Cards As It Partners With Boeing

Porsche is looking to enhance its scope as a sports car manufacturer and yes, it’s looking at a space in the premium mobility segment. The company announced its partnership with Boeing and Boeing subsidiary Aurora Flight Sciences to address a potential key market segment of the future. As part of

Junkyard Treasure: 1974 Ford Mustang Ghia Coupe

The first year of the Pinto-based Mustang II, complete with extra-cost Green Glow paint. The 1974 Mustang Ghia came with a standard padded vinyl roof, but someone has scraped it off this car. The Super Soft™ vinyl seats look luxurious. This car has just about every available option. With a

Budget Based Pushrod 5.0L Turbo Build & Dyno

Budget Based Pushrod 5.0L Turbo Build & Dyno   They say it’s often hard to see the forest through the trees. No truer words have been spoken about performance projects, as we get so fixated and wrapped up in the little details, that we forget about the big picture. A

Did You Know About The Mitsubishi Debonair Tuned By AMG?

Not something you see every day. The Mitsubishi Debonair is by no means a performance car. In its second generation, launched in 1986, the Japanese sedan had a somewhat conservative design and a V6-only engine range with power ranging from 105 horsepower (77 kilowatts) to 210 hp (154 kW). Well,

Ford Adds Intuitive what3words Voice-Recognition App for Navigation Systems

Automakers are leaning heavily on voice recognition to reduce on-the-go distractions, but systems are often clunky and have trouble understanding casual speech. In turn, Ford will start using an app called what3words to prevent a breakdown in communications. Already used by Land Rover and Mercedes-Benz, what3words takes a different approach