Highlights from Interbike 2014

Angus MacKenzie

Volkswagen reports a range of 190 km (118 mi) on a single charge (depending on driving sty...

The most successful selling car in Europe has gone electric. Now available in Germany, Volkswagen’s all electric e-Golf, which premiered at the Frankfurt International Auto Show last September, joins the e-up! and eco-up! in the German manufacturer's all-electric line-up.  Read More

Passengers can swivel seats 180 degrees to chat with rear occupants, or watch on-demand UH...

Rinspeed, the Swiss company known for pushing the limits of vehicle modifications, is set to debut a new concept at the Geneva Motor Show next month. This time, the victim/vehicle to undergo the Rinspeed knife is none other than a Tesla Model S. But rather than just adding aero-bits and altering the wheels, the company has transformed the luxury electric saloon into a completely new autonomous concept called the XchangE.  Read More

The 650S receives a tweaked twin-turbocharged V8 similar to the 12C, but develops 641 hp v...

McLaren has surprised the world by releasing full details and images of its latest supercar ahead of the Geneva Auto Show next month. The new 641 hp 650S appears to reside in a special place somewhere between McLaren’s “affordable” 12C and the stratospheric supercar realm of the million dollar P1.  Read More

KWID's Flying Companion acts like a recon drone in auto mode or can be manipulated from in...

Looking like a cross between a full-scale toy and a lunar buggy, Renault’s new KWID Concept features a twist that could either be a flight of fancy or a glimpse of the future – the world’s first built-in quadcopter.  Read More

The front wings on the Ferrari F14-T had to come in 75 mm each side to meet new requiremen...

Formula 1 teams have been redesigning and re-engineering their race cars in order to meet the first major regulation changes since 2009. New aerodynamic rules, odd noses, clipped wings and a completely new hybrid powertrain are part of the mix waiting for teams in the 2014 F1 season.  Read More

The cars' exhaust system will change from a two-pipe setup to a single pipe, which must be...

For the 2014 season, Formula One is set to introduce some of the most radical changes in the sport’s history. New thermal and Kinetic Energy Recovery Systems will give drivers an additional 160 hp of electrical power during the year to compensate for smaller 600 bhp turbocharged V6 engines.  Read More

Joy Jackets were built as part of Cadbury's 'Joyville' campaign (Photo: Akio-Style) One of the less practical examples of wearable technology we've seen of late is the "Joy Jacket" – a garment designed to convey a visual statement of happiness when the wearer consumes a certain chocolatier's product.  Read More

If Infiniti built the car they expect it would have  over 500 hp and 600 lb.ft of torque a...

What would happen if Infiniti designed a car with the sole intent of pestering Mercedes Benz and BMW performance sedans on their own turf? The Q50 based Eau Rouge concept unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show might be the result. Gizmag was on hand in Detroit to capture the reveal.  Read More

Audi's A8 L Security, with AWD, is offered with a choice of a twin-turbocharged 4.0 liter ...

From the street, Audi’s A8 L Security Sedan looks like any other no-nonsense vehicle out of Germany. Professionally serious with sedate, yet luxurious design elements, the A8 L Security is anything but flashy. However, upon closer inspection the new 500-hp luxury bulletproof sedan is anything but your average grocery getter.  Read More

The Allroad shooting brake concept is the latest in Audi's e-tron line of concept cars to ...

As the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) ramps up, a number of manufacturers are back with subtle variations on previous ideas. Audi’s Allroad shooting brake concept is the latest e-tron concept to make its way to the show circuit, this time in the form of a 408 hp AWD hybrid crossover. Gizmag was there for its debut.  Read More

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