Chris Harris, aka the Car-Man, attended the Geneva Motor Show this year, and was quite impressed with what he saw.
McLaren and Ferrari Hypercars, a new GT3 and an Alfa Sports Car were some of his highlights – will they be yours too?
Check the video below to find out – enjoy another episode of fabulous car and witty remarks!
This video will have you in stitches from the first couple of seconds!
An Indian rally driver and his co-driver struggle with communication during the race and thus, trouble ensues.
It seems that the driver of the car, known only as ‘Samir’, clearly didn’t listen to any instructions from his co-driver, much to the poor co-driver’s dismay.
The race took place at the 2013 Rally of Coimbatore, which is part of the Indian Rally Championship. It seems that the two miss communicated drivers are driving a Mitsubishi Evo.
Prepare for some long laughs, check the video below:
Cars.co.za has released a very interesting, yet unnerving infographic on the price of petrol in South Africa over the past 10 years.
Today, the current petrol price in South Africa stands at a staggering R13,55 for unleaded petrol and R12,48 for diesel.
In August of 2004, unleaded petrol was priced at exactly R4,00 per liter and diesel stood at R3,29 per liter. So, with the information compiled with this infographic, 10 years ago South Africans were paying 339% LESS for petrol than today.
On average, the price of petrol in South Africa has gained almost one rand per year, though the jumps have been erratic.
The period between August 2008 and August 2009 was the best time for car owners in South Africa – the petrol price dropped around R2.50. But, since then, the price has nearly doubled again!
It is quite painful to know that South Africans are paying this much for a basic necessity such as petrol. It has also been revealed that South Africa’s petrol price is ranked 40th most expensive in the world.
Check out the infographic below (and try not to get sick):
What do you do when you have two, stunning Ferrari Enzo’s and an empty airstrip?
You drag race them of course!
The video below features two Ferrari Enzo’s, one black and one red, taking part in a drag race at the Royal Air Force Base. Many people argue that the Enzo is one the best Ferrari’s ever built – so this challenge sure is exciting!
Check out the video below to witness (and hear) the roaring Ferrari’s!
This might seem like a scene out of a Fast and Furious movie, or some kind of weird internet prank.
However, this video of a semi-truck losing control on a highway in Indianapolis, then going airborne and then subsequently exploding into a huge ball of flames, is the real deal.
Some other man and a passenger was driving peacefully (and, luckily for us, filming their drive) when suddenly the huge truck came rushing across the highway and crash-landed in a way that made it look like it was part of a movie!
Fortunately, the driver of the truck and his 7-year old son escaped the runaway truck before it went airborne and exploded and each only had a few minor scratches. They can thank their lucky stars!
Check out the video below and witness this unbelievable crash:
Ivan Sentch is a software engineer and, by using a 3D printer, he has printed a 1961 Aston Martin DB4.
Sound crazy? It kind of is. Snetch uses different plastics to print the mold for the car, after which he will create a fiberglass exterior for his “vintage” car.
The best part is, the cost for the plastics he has used so far has been a meager $2000. At an auction or collector’s showroom, a DB4 can fetch over $1 million. The idea of 3D printing cars and creating replica’s has completely changed the way in which people can re-create or replicate famous cars.
Gallery: The printed Aston Martin -
Using an uncomplicated, consumer-level 3D printer, people all over the world can easily, and cheaply create these replicas in their own garages.
Although Snetch’s Aston Martin is not complete yet, he estimates that it will take round about another 5 years to completely finish the job – and by this he means that his Aston Martin will be ready to hit the road!
We’ll definitely keep an eye out for this one!