2015 Toyota Camry facelift revealed

2015 Toyota Camry XSE

So what do you do when you have the best-selling car in the industry for 12 straight years? You find ways to make it even better. That’s exactly what Toyota did with the introduction of the new 2015 Camry. After selling almost a million of the industry’s benchmark sedan since the current generation launched in 2011, Toyota stripped it down to its chassis and rebuilt it from the ground up, raising the bar yet again in the ultra-competitive mid-size sedan segment.

Toyota designers and engineers re-imagined nearly every exterior surface of the car. Only the roof remains unchanged. The new, upscale interior features premium, soft-touch materials throughout the spacious cabin. Advanced instrumentation with intuitive controls helps keep the driver’s eyes safely on the road ahead. Continue Reading →

Wacky racers profile

Wacky Racers

This show was brilliant in its day. Taking ideas from 1960s slapstick, the show was popular among the young and old and is widely agreed as one of the best cartoons ever made. While there were countless racers, here is a profile of the 10 most regularly appearing characters.

No time like the present for a trip (or a drive?) into childhood nostalgia. Continue Reading →

The Range Rover vs. Range Rover Sport which one should I buy?

2014 Range Rover Sport

Range Rover

Prices for the Range Rover start from £71,310.

The Range Rover Vogue is the daddy of the range. The entry level model features Jaguar Land Rover’s trusty TDV6 engine, which is 450 kg lighter than the previous version. The result is epic. The Vogue is now sharper than ever, and it’s surprisingly nimble for such a large car.

The best engine however, for me, is the SDV8 which starts from £78,120. This has a whopping 516 lb /ft of torque and makes overtaking anywhere a breeze. Continue Reading →

The Ford Ka 2015 first look

Ford Ka 2015

Some people say that the Ford Ka has lost its roots – when it was first launched, the Ka was a tiny and cheap car that boasted itself as the best way for young drivers to get on the road. Today, the Ka is much bigger and more expensive, but this is a trend that’s affected all cars – simply, people have come to expect luxury and refinement. In order to address this, car manufacturers must add more space.

As such, the 2015 Ford Ka is set to be even larger than the current model. This will be essentially the same car as the Ford Figo, which Ford has sold 100,000 of in Brazil. Come 2015, it’ll have the same platform , but a revised chassis and suspension set up for the European market, and relatively the same dimensions. Continue Reading →