People have been passionate about vehicles for hundreds of years. The first attempts to build a car date back to the industrial revolution. However, it was the late nineteenth century that saw a true automotive boom. This has happened due to several factors. It was then that the internal combustion engine was invented and the first tire manufacturers started to emerge.
Lexus is renowned for its expensive but outstanding high-quality cars. This is also the case with the LX570, which went on sale last year. The car costs a hundred thousand dollars, therefore it is not for everyone.
As part of its ongoing commitment to support education and prepare U.S. students for later academic success, Hyundai Motor America today announced it will expand its partnership with MIND Research Institute with a $1.0 million commitment. These funds will support the Hyundai ST Math Initiative, benefiting approximately 50 additional schools by 2018. This would bring the total to over 100 public schools across the U.S. that are participating in the Hyundai ST Math Initiative.
We all appreciate the comfort of driving. However, more and more drivers are aware of how harmful the technologies used in the manufacturing and operation of cars are to the environment.
The first 100 percent electrically powered Porsche is on its way. The supervisory board of Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG today gave the green light for the Mission E project. In the words of Dr. Oliver Blume, Chairman of the Executive Board, Porsche is thus "beginning a new chapter in the history of the sports car." The vehicle is due to be launched at the end of the decade.
Reality Road is two engaging women: a slim blonde, who is a musical director and an artist with curly raven-black hair. It also features a mature truck driver, 6 countries and 9 days to shoot a music video. The outcome of this combination is surprising!