We’re gonna keep the green theme rolling today, in more way than one. There is an argument from the motorcycle community, that riding a hog is less piggish on gas. It’s true that motorcycles are far more efficient than cars, but what is more efficient than a motorcycle? An electric motorcycle, of course.
There’s not much we can say about the Tesla Model S that you haven’t already heard. It’s spacious, it’s luxurious, it looks good — oh, and did we mention that it’s 100% electric? It’s virtually everything you would every want in a luxury sedan– especially on Earth Day!
When people talk about eco-friendly cars they tend not to include the words “fun” or “excitement” in their lingo. Why is that? Should being frugal with the go-juice turn each road into a beige wasteland? We don’t think so. There’s no point to having a green car if you can’t get even a little excited about driving it. So in the spirit of Earth Day (which is today), here are five ec0-friendly cars that you’ll absolutely want to drive.
From the same minds that back in 2012 promised a system of “Smart Highways,” a new light-absorbing glow-in-the-dark street has made its debut on a small stretch of highway in the Netherlands. This unique highway opens after nearly two years of red tape from Dutch officials.
If you live in the states, you’d know that Tesla has been finding its share of success (and setbacks) with its Model S sedan. Abroad though, the automaker hasn’t garnered a huge amount of success. But that all changed last month, when the Model S became the best-selling car, in a month, in Norway’s history.
The 2014 New York Auto Show is less than a week away, and the teasers and previews are already coming in as fast as we can cover them. One rumored debut for next week is supposedly the next generation of the beloved Mazda Miata, a car that makes you respect handling over horsepower time and time again.
We here at BoldRide find that any car– even a crappy one– can be improved by the addition of a convertible top. Example: Chrysler LeBaron versus LeBaron Convertible. See what we did there? So would this theory apply to the all-electric Tesla Model S? You decide.
Next week, Land Rover will reveal a new concept SUV, dubbed the “Discovery Vision.” Considering the LR4 (aka Discovery in other parts of the word) has grown long in the tooth, one may presume this concept will herald its replacement. With the advent of the Evoque and the new Range Rover line, the LR4 has grown quite boring, but one aptly named tech feature on this forthcoming concept has us very interested.
When you think of a luxury camper trailer, you might think of the Airstream. It’s a stainless steel, art deco throwback to a simpler time, but with prices that can well exceed $100,000. The Airstream though has nothing on this carbon fiber luxury trailer, fetching nearly $1,000,000!
One of the lingering concerns with hybrids has been the tricky subject of maintenance. While many owners may have mentally kicked this can down the road, some hybrids will start to enter the used car market nearing, or past their warranty expiration. So what is a hybrid owner to do when service is required?
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