2017 Audi R8 Auto Reviews
2017 Audi R8 Specs, Performance and Price
By | July 20th, 2016

2017 Audi R8 The 2017 Audi R8 has hit the roads with a bang winning the 2016 World Performance Car award and showing the world it has a mission to make every drive thrilling. Boasting the powerplant borrowed from the R8 LMS racecar, the all-new Audi R8 renders fabulous performance and agility thanks to the…

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    How to Get More Mileage Out of Your Gas Engine

    By Nitin | August 22nd, 2016
    Congress recently passed a law that raised the Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) requirement to 35 miles per gallon by the year 2020, and automakers jumped right into this ambitious CAFE goal. As we get closer to 2020, we will likely see an emphasis on EVs and hybrids but most vehicles sold are going to be powered by good, old gasoline engines – only more efficient ones. Here are four of many engine technologies on the drawing board that could boost the fuel economy of the next generation of gas-powered vehicles: Electromagnetic Valve Actuators - It’s easy, the intake camshafts of twin-cam engines are Read More →
  • Electric Cars

    Electric Cars Can Over Take Conventional Rides: Study

    By Suhail Ajmal | August 18th, 2016
    This should be news for the ones who are still skeptical about the electric future of the automotive world. A recent study by MIT has concluded that electric cars can easily substitute about 90 percent of the internal combustion engine based rides as of today. This will also result in the reduction of carbon emissions by approximately 30 percent, the study adds. Jessica Trancik who happens to be one of the authors of the study mentioned that personal cars can be replaced even if we allow only an overnight recharge of the electric cars allaying fears about the lack of supportive infrastructure required for the rechar Read More →
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    How to Clean Up An Engine Compartment

    By Eric J. Leech | August 17th, 2016
    Why should one bother degreasing their engine? For those who are wondering, here’s two good reasons: A clean engine is easy to work on. When everything under the hood is clean, it is easier for a mechanic to do routine maintenance and other activities. A clean engine compartment will bring you more money when you trade in or sell your car because it looks like the car has been “taken care of”. It’s easy to do! Degreasing an engine isn’t hard to do. According to the Service team at Deery Chevrolet in Pleasant Hill, IA, all you need is a good water hose and a good engine degreasing spray. Degr Read More →
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    You May Stop Idling Your Car Soon

    By Asim | August 11th, 2016
    More and more automakers are using engine stop-start systems to increase fuel efficiency. This type of system, which shuts down a car's engine at idle and immediately restarts it when the driver presses their accelerator, is evolving into a popular technology. It is a feature of all hybrid cars on the market these days and now we are starting to see them on conventionally-powered cars. (more…) Read More →
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    Van Monster reveals who the Man With A Van really is

    By Aleena Mashhood | August 10th, 2016
    Van Monster recently launched a survey to find out who the man with a van reallyis — and the results are in. The survey, which was completed by van drivers, asked a number of questions relating to motoring, expenses and work, as well as more light-hearted topics such as what they listen to and even the sauce they have on their sarnies! Broken down by age group, the graphic paints a fun picture of Britain’s typical commercial vehicle drivers. Of course, Britain’s vans aren’t just driven by men—the visual also features a profile of the woman with a van. To learn more, view the piece in full. Remember, it Read More →

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