Automotive News

Porsche’s All Electric Car

At the end of 2019, Porsche plans on releasing their all electric car known as the Mission E. The car will retail for about $80,000 to $85,000 in the US. The car is Porsche’s first fully electric vehicle. The concept for the car was revealed in 2015 but during this year, the car finally entered the last stages of development. The public prototype tests are expected to commence soon. Porsche

Range Rover Goes Hybrid: Some Details on the New Model

One of the most unlikely cars to go hybrid is going hybrid. Starting in 2018, the Range Rover is going to be a hybrid plug-in. The car will still be sturdy and will still have the off-road capabilities that it is known for. Range Rover being a hybrid plug-in means that the car can be powered by electricity or by gas. The Range Rover will operate in two modes, the gasoline mode and the electricity

Tesla’s Biggest Competitors

Tesla has made great strides in opening up the demand for the electric car. They managed to make electric cars cool and desirable. Long gone are the days when electric cars were boxy, slow, and barely functioning during a 30-minute drive. Tesla has managed to make the electric car sturdy, big, long lasting, and fashionable. However, Tesla is not going to be the leader in this niche market for long

Benefits of Showcasing at an Auto Show

Auto shows are what you make of it. They can be a fun way to interact with potential customers and business partners, or they can be a lot of work that leaves you feeling tired and exhausted at the end of it. If you currently hold negative feelings about auto shows, keep reading to find out the top three benefits of showcasing at an auto show and how it can help your business. Direct Sales Opportu

Audi’s Plan to Go Electric

Audi has announced an ambitious goal of releasing 15 to 20 electric models by the year 2025. By the year 2030, they want every model in their fleet to be electric. Audi is the latest car brand to join in on the electric revolution. As European countries plan to phase out and ban the sale of gasoline, the demand for electric cars will increase and car companies will need to prove that they can keep