French automakers are known for their eccentric and unusual cars, but they are also relentlessly innovative, capable of making any car lover more excited than watching a good vidéo porno.
As if that weren’t enough, French cars (Citroen, Peugeot, Renault, Alpine and Bugatti) are the most popular in the European market, with around two-thirds of their vehicles being driven throughout Europe.Read More
Volvo confirms had the launch of the second battery-electric model (BEV) on March 2nd, 2020. This announcement came as part of the Swedish brand’s plan to have a new BEV every year by 2025, when it wants this type of vehicle to represent half of its global sales. Volvo’s new BEV will use the same compact modular architecture (CMA) as XC40 Recharge and according to Hakan Samuelsson, executive president of the Nordic manufacturer, will have “more aerodynamic bodywork” than thatRead More
The fifth-generation Volkswagen Caddy, a compact commercial is available with diesel, gasoline or compressed natural gas (TGI) engine. In the range diesel, mechanical TDI family with powers between 75, 102 and 122 hp, and gasoline, TSI block of 116 hp, which is also the engine of TGI version The long version – Caddy Maxi – has space to carry up to two Europallets, which can optionally be loaded centrally in the transverse/rear direction or in the transverse/longer direction. The CaddyRead More
Hyundai is unveiling new details of the debutant SUV Ioniq 5, the first model in the South Korean manufacturer Ioniq’s newly created undersea electric car range, which will be launched in the first half of 2021. Hyundai reveals that the production model, anticipated by Concept 45 at the Salon de Frankfurte in 2019, will have a high-powered 800 Volt on-board charger, supporting 11 kWh for alternating current (AC) charging or up to 232 kWh for direct current (DC) charging. IoniqRead More