Range Rover's Velar is an exceptional blend of technological prowess, luxury and off-road capabilities
The Geneva Motor Show is on its way with news from the Tata-Jaguar-Land Rover group: a new car that fits the gap between the Range Rover Evoque and the Range Rover Sport. It is called the Range Rover Velar, and it starts at US$49,900.
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LG Signature 4K OLED W series
When you have “W” as in Wallpaper in the name, you can expect it to be super thin. And it is: 2.57 mm thin. That’s half the thickness of the iPhone 7!
This is Faraday Future’s answer to the electric car industry (mainly Tesla, I’d say): the crazy powerful full-electric futuristic looking FF 91.
- 130 kWh battery, with one of the highest battery densities
- 1050 horsepower, with instant torque delivery (2.39 seconds 0-60 acceleration)
- 378 miles (700 km) range on a single charge
- Facial recognition and ‘FF ID’ for keyless (and key-fob less) entry into the car
- 30+ cameras, sensors and a 360-dgeree 3D LIDAR that allows the car to drive and park autonomously
Reservations start today: $5000 for priority delivery (+ VIP access; this is refundable) and free otherwise. Estimated delivery in 2018.
Learn more: https://www.ff.com/en/ff-91/
Happy New Year!
It’s a new year, which means we will have another year full of crazy new gadgets and gizmos, new operating systems, new cars and new frontiers for technology development. On the first day of 2017, it will be hard to guess what will make a mark and what will fade away form the public’s eyes. One thing for sure: it’ll be great. So let’s predict the future!
Autonomous, electric automobiles
2017 will be a big year for autonomous, smart cars. If Tesla is on track, their Model 3 car will be public this year. This will ensure positive competition from other car manufacturers including GM, Ford and Toyota to build an affordable smart, electric car. There will also be another competitor: Faraday Future. In the coming week, we will see Tesla’s newest competitor take stage at CES 2017 to announce their first production vehicle.
China is quick at absorbing new technology trends to produce their own solutions. HuaShang Tengda is a Chinese construction company that literately 3D prints entire houses. No, it does no print it in parts; the printer works on site to build the house as a whole. The result is a full sized two-story 400 square feet house that can withstand an earthquake of 8.0 on the Richter Scale.
How do they do it?
Let’s get this straight: we know almost nothing about this car.
In a short press announcement, Honda announced the topic of their CES 2017 keynote presentation: “Cooperative Mobility Ecosystem”. Along with this, they dropped hints about their new electric concept, called the NeuV.