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Angus MacKenzie

For the 2014 season, Audi's R18 e-tron will be running a mid-engine V6 TDI with not one bu...

First introduced into rally racing in 1980, Audi’s AWD Quattro system has become synonymous with all wheel drive performance. Its AWD activities have since shifted from that of a rally-only diet to the arena endurance racing in the form of the championship winning R18 e-tron Quattro. For 2014, the Le Mans champion is back to defend its title packing more than just new laser headlights – it has a completely redesigned dual-hybrid system in hand.  Read More

The Tomahawk kit-car features various items like dihedral doors, a T6 aluminum monocoque c...

While most of Canada seems content to let the rest of the world worry about designing exotic vehicles, some in Quebec see things slightly differently. Recently the francophone province has brought us such automotive morsels as the Felino cb7 and the MK5 track racer, and now Dubuc SLC’s Tomahawk, a multi-talented 2-seater kit-car, capable of supporting an electric drive train, or one pilfered from a gas-powered car or motorcycle, can be added to the list of boutique Quebecois offerings.  Read More

The new Audi TT at the Geneva Motor Show (Photo: CC Weiss/Gizmag)

Since 1998 Audi’s enigmatic sports coupe, the TT, has been one of the German firm's more unique offerings. With the unveiling of its third generation models at this week’s Geneva Motor Show, Audi has chosen to blend elements of the original TT with those of more current designs.  Read More

In addition to the HAZUMI concept, Mazda revealed a newly developed 1.5 liter clean diesel... Mazda has provided a bit of a surprise at the Geneva Motor Show with the unveiling of its new HAZUMI concept. This latest sub-compact from the Mazda is reported to be the successor to the company’s highly rated “2” series hatchback.  Read More

Every part of the Revolucion is designed to increase track times while reducing weight and... The Geneva Auto Show has a reputation for being the place for auto designers to display their most exotic work. In the case of Italy’s Pagani, known for its less than subtle approach to extreme automobiles, that means the 800 hp Zonda Revolucion.  Read More

The Alfieri’s long, low nose, the vertically-divided grille, twin concave sections and the...

Maserati has brought a stunning concept model to Geneva in the form of a dynamic new two-door concept. Sharing the same 460 hp engine with the GT, the 2+2 Alfieri Concept just might offer a glimpse of the Italian manufacturer’s future design language.  Read More

The world's auto media looks on as tgh eMcLaren 650S Spider is revealed in Geneva (Photo: ...

McLaren has taken the wraps off an open-aired version of its new 650S supercar. Officially unveiled at the Geneva Auto Show today, the 650S Spider may well have stolen a bit of the limelight from its hard topped sibling.  Read More

Beautifully proportioned, the concept’s decreasing roofline, low hoodline, short forward o...

Back in August, Sweden’s polite, pragmatic auto manufacturer Volvo made waves with its somewhat uncharacteristic Concept Coupé. The Concept XC Coupé followed at the Detroit Motor Show in January and now the company is set to reveal a third un-Volvo like concept in the form of the Concept Estate wagon.  Read More

Appearing in Geneva next week, the 650S delivers a top speed of 333 km/h (207 mph) and the...

Just days ahead of the Geneva Auto Show, manufacturers continue to leak images and vehicle details. Following on the heels of last week’s reveal of its new 650S supercar, McLaren has just released performance specs for the vehicle. Until today power specs, styling chatter and passenger amenities were all the public had to go on, but now the company has made available the car’s true performance ability – and it is glorious.  Read More

Projected figures show the Gigafactory producing 500,000 units per year by 2020, with expe...

As Tesla’s Supercharger network expands and Model S sales continue to grow, so too does the company’s need to find a more economical battery solution. A proposed technology amalgamation in the form of the Gigafactory could theoretically reduce per kWh and lithium-ion costs by over 30 percent by 2020.  Read More

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