At CES 2017, currently being held in Las Vegas, a company called Faraday Future has unveiled the FF 91, an electric supercar designed to compete with vehicles from Tesla, Ferrari, and Bentley.
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Like so many other people around the world, I was gutted when Jeremy Clarkson and co. left Top Gear. Thankfully, the trio of laddish car nuts found a new home at Amazon.
Their new show is called The Grand Tour, and it featured Clarkson, Hammond, and May embarking on one long road trip around the world.
This is the trailer.
The chances are we’ll all be driving (or rather not driving) autonomous cars by 2050. The technology already exists, with Google, Apple, and Uber all known to be working on it.
And then there’s Nissan, which has already launched its ProPILOT technology. This ensures your car stays a safe distance behind the vehicle in front. And it turns out the same technology can be applied to chairs.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May are back, with a brand new show they have made exclusively for Amazon Prime.
Called The Grand Tour, this is what the presenters of Top Gear did next. So expect cars, speed, stunts, and lots of banter between the terrible trio.
Not too long ago a concept for an elevated bus which cars could drive under emerged out of China. And now, they have only gone and made it a reality.
It has to be said, some drivers are a little bit arrogant. I know, you don’t want to hear it, but I’m not necessarily talking about you. This guy though, definitely.
The first episode of the new Top Gear aired on Sunday. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May are gone, replaced by Chris Evans, Matt LeBlanc, and a few other randomers.
To say people reacted badly to the new Top Gear would be a understatement. People generally hated it, and Chris Evans was the man to blame for its downfall.
“It’s not often that a company makes as big of a bet as the one that Tesla is placing on the electric car that it is due to unveil Thursday.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May are returning to the BBC for one last episode of Top Gear.
This will be an extended episode featuring all of the sequences filmed before Clarkson was fired for allegedly punching a producer.
The Nurburgring is probably the most famous race track in the world. It’s certainly the most epic, being long, narrow, and very fast at certain points.
All of which adds up to make the Nurburgring a very desirable track for people to race on, and as this video shows, they will race anything and everything on there.