As 2017 stumbles to an end and motor shows from around the world are a distant memory, some of the cars that were on show will start to come in to production and take to our roads. Though the concepts won’t join them, there are some seriously good cars on their way and there’s plenty to come in 2018s opening month. Volkswagen, Kia, Jaguar and a host of other have their latest creation releases in January, and we are going to show you some of the most exciting of them. Continue reading
This years LA Motor Show kicks off on the 1st of December, and runs on until the 10th, at the Los Angeles Convention Centre. On the face of it, this shows is exactly as you’d expect in this part of the world, it has class, glamour and some completely outrageous cars on show. Surprisingly, this show has a long history stretching back over 100 years, although I’m not sure that there was as much muscle and noise back then. Continue reading
Winter driving, it can be a testing experience. The dark, bitter, cold and often wet conditions can make for a turbulent drive, not to mention the struggle that motorists are faced with then the snow and ice start to coat our roads. Whilst the Winters of the UK is relatively tame in comparison to our European neighbours, we still seem to find ourselves in all sort of weather-related driving predicaments. Continue reading
After a year of recuperation, as manufacturers have had the opportunity to gain a years extra time to conjure up new ideas for cars to be put in to production, and concept cars to show what the future could be like for us, the Tokyo Motor show returned yesterday. Like in 2015, the Tokyo Motor will this year be held in the halls of the cities ‘Big Sight’.
We live in a world of smartphone apps, assisting our day to day activities; everything from social media, to directions to tracking our nutritional intake. So, when it comes to driving apps, why not get a little help from the brains that know best; just be sure to always have your eyes firmly on the road whilst driving! Continue reading
As we head into the colder months, we naturally start to prepare ourselves, our bodies and our homes to embrace the drop in temperature and face the cold with a hardened attitude. The gloves come out and the fire gets lit. They say that you can never be too prepared and this is all too true when it comes to prepping your motor for the months of minus temperatures. Continue reading
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What many people around Bradford and Leeds know as KAHN Design, are only seeing the doorway to a much, much bigger picture. It has grown from just that into a world renowned, UK stretched business that showcases luxury car design, sales and manufacturing. Looking at the KAHN automobiles page, you get a taste of what the goals are, what they are wanting to achieve. They want to attract those who can enjoy the finer, more expensive things in life. And we went in to find our more. Continue reading
With the passion for travel and new cultural experiences, the vast majority of residents in the UK tend to snuff their own back garden for far more exotic destinations when going on holiday comes to mind, but with the recent vote that made Scotland officially the world’s most beautiful country and England coming in at number 7, it’s time to reconsider your next mini break.
We published an article a few weeks ago about the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show and looking back, it seems we may have jumped the gun, or laid the foundations for this one! A lot has happened over the past few weeks, with a host of manufactures teasing their latest releases and better yet, their concept creations. We love a concept car, I think everyone does, a possible sneak peak in to the future.
Every car manufacturer wants to flex their muscle and show the world ‘look, if we wanted to, we could do this, on repeat’. But, it’s usually the sportier or more luxurious car makes that do this, making wild and futuristic concept cars to take to the worlds largest shows. This isn’t a solid rule though, it can be broken, and it has. Continue reading