Al Tayer Motors, the official importer-dealer for Ford in the UAE, celebrated 100 years of Ford pick-up trucks with an event that brought together F-150 customers and enthusiasts from all over the Emirates.
W Motors has finally opened an official showroom in Dubai, at City Walk near Sheikh Zayed Road. It will also serve as a showroom for Chinese partners Iconiq Motors.
The Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class, when it was released for the first time, was a groundbreaking product in terms of its design. It combined the practicality of a sedan and the swooping lines of a coupe in a stylish package that spawned the “four-door coupe” marketing term and several copycats. And now, two generations have passed by, so the time is ripe for an overhauled CLS. Enter the 2019 Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class, sporting new corporate styling cues that are at odds with the carryover shape of the car.
The updated 2018 Ford Mustang is almost upon us, with a droopier front-end and a radical list of mechanical updates. That’s not to say the existing Mustang is to be scoffed at. While it may not have topped many categories in our exclusive muscle-car comparo, we contend that it is still a great daily-driver, as we found out when we drove the GT California Special earlier this year, both in coupe and convertible forms.
Ferrari’s track-only weaponry has always impressed motoring fans around the world, even if very few have actually driven them. Following the trails of the 599XX Evo and the FXX Evo, a new model called FXX K Evo gets added to the track-car portfolio of Ferrari. Available as a new car and as an add-on package for the existing FXX K models, it features more aerodynamic bits and a few other upgrades.
BMWs have always been known for their involving driving experience that earned them the name “the ultimate driving machine”, even if it started off as a marketing tagline. And when it comes to fast beemers, the BMW M3 is one of the most well-known. The engineers from Bavaria have decided to sharpen this tool even further with the M3 CS.
TVR was a well-known British sports car manufacturer in its prime. Ailed by low demand and several other problems, the Blackpool-based manufacturer has been lying dormant for the last 11 years. But now, it has revealed a new model under its new ownership. First of all, the new boy in the block comes with a piece of heritage. The new car, TVR Griffith, sports the name of the popular Rover V8-powered roadster that they created in the 1990s.
The name Lamborghini has always been synonymous with brash designs and high performance. The low-slung supercars that constituted the Italian marque’s lineup appealed to most people. But once, there existed an SUV, the rather forgettable LM002 from Lamborghini that combined the powerplant of the Countach with a high-riding body to spawn their first production off-road vehicle. And now, Lamborghini has added another chapter to the same book with the release of their new SUV, Urus.
After the awkward Skoda Yeti was cancelled, the Skoda lineup was missing a small crossover to act as a smaller brother for the Kodiaq. And that’s exactly what they create with the all-new Skoda Karoq crossover, unwrapped at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show.
The Karoq is a sister model to the Seat Ateca and the VW Tiguan. The design language is similar to the one flaunted by its bigger brother, the Kodiaq albeit with minor changes. The design of the headlights and tail light are new and more squared on the Karoq. Like most Skodas, the Karoq offers decent space inside the cabin,
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