The automotive industry is one of the most dynamic in the world. Each year, leading car companies release new prototypes of cars which impress consumers with their beautiful shapes and excellent performance. However, it would not be possible without the use of reliable components which enable the creation of excellent products for demanding customers.
Hybrid cars are becoming increasingly popular. They can be seen on the roads of many countries, where drivers are more and more often choosing solutions that enable more cost-efficient and eco-friendly driving. Hybrid vehicles also allow for a significant reduction in maintenance costs, and the technologies that combine the best of gasoline engines and electric motors increase their lifespan.
Automotive companies continuously compete in launching new car models that will meet the requirements of today's customers. Consumers are interested not only in brand new models, but also in those which have been popular for years and are subject to “cosmetic” changes aimed at streamlining their shape or incorporating the latest technological solutions improving driving safety and comfort.
Aston Martin returns to the evocative surroundings of the Goodwood Revival this weekend, with a selection of superb sports cars that celebrate the 102-year-old brand’s rich and exciting heritage. The luxury British sports car maker is once again an automotive partner of this year’s meeting at the famous old English race
Many car enthusiasts are eagerly awaiting the Type R Honda Civic Hatch. 2015 looks set to be the year when this highly anticipated model hits the Australian showrooms. Honda has set a launch date of May for the UK market, so Australian motor experts are anticipating that the model will be available by the end of the year.
To ensure your safety, the MAZDA 3i has advanced front air bags and front side-impact air curtains. The 2015 Mazda CX-5 ranks 5th out of 22 vehicles in the Affordable Compact SUV's category. The price of the Mazda CX-5 ranges from $21,545 to $29,220.