When it comes to all-time iconic vehicles, the Volkswagen Golf just cannot be overlooked. Volkswagen’s first ‘people’s automobile,’ the Beetle, was a huge success. However, by the 1970s, several other automobiles had surpassed the Beetle in popularity, and sales were beginning to decline. Volkswagen was beginning to falter, and the necessity for reform was becoming increasingly apparent. After...
Mitsubishi used to manufacture fascinating models back in the day, and these vehicles cemented the brand’s reputation as a Japanese automotive powerhouse. Mitsubishi Motors was the sixth-largest Japanese automaker in 2011 and ranked 19th globally in terms of vehicle production volume. Apart from crossovers, we haven’t heard much from the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance since its formation in 2016, nor...
When you think about luxury cars, what comes to mind? Yes, they are significantly more expensive than other car classes. Comfort, on the other hand, is something you can’t take away. Luxury automobiles provide unparalleled tranquility and comfort. The Mercedes-Benz Maybach S-Class, with its meticulous luxury delivery, is possibly the best example of this. Luxury automobiles, however, offer...
We can refer to a period in Bentley’s history as BC: Before Continental. The original Conti GT was so important – not only in terms of sales but also in terms of establishing a template and tone for the entire company – that you might easily argue that Bentley would not exist today if...
Trucks, unlike supercars and muscle vehicles, are not purchased for their luxury or showmanship. Convenience and necessity are the two main reasons why people buy trucks. Americans can afford the “American Lifestyle” because petrol prices in the United States are lower than in most European countries. Trucks are in high demand across America because they have a...