By Shweta Sharma They’d be most people’s pride and joy – but these supercars are sitting gathering dust in what must be the world’s most expensive car graveyard. From Rolls Royce, Ferrari, Bentley, Mustang, Lamborghini, and pricey Mercedes and..
QEV Technologies presents QEV Academy, its division dedicated to the training of mechanics and engineers who dream of working in the motor world.
The training program is composed of two blocks: one in the company headquarters and another in a real..
Dubai Police announced the addition of a Maserati GranTurismo to their “luxurious patrol fleet” on May 14. The 454-horsepower Italian supercar is capable of speeds up to 186 miles per hour, according to the manufacturer. The car was unveiled by..
The 80s. In car-terms, it was a time of big arches, wide bodykits and out-there decals. It was also a period which saw the launch of the hot-hatch, and also some of the greatest supercars we’ve ever seen.
This Lamborghini, seen outside the Lanesborough Hotel in London, has been customised with thousands of crystals from the jewellery company Swarovski.
The supercar model, an Aventador SV, is already rare with only 600 ever produced, however Russian..
At the great Motor Valley Fest, the adrenaline is assured with a series of events that will make the first edition of this new festival in the "Land of Motors of Emilia Romagna" even more exciting and exciting.
The Modena Autodrome will be the..