Fastest Electric Cars in the World
There is no dearth of electric cars in the market now. We aren’t just talking about the urban commuters, but also fast electric cars. There are many new automakers that start their electric car journey with fast cars or electric supercars. Companies like Estrema, Aspark, and even Tesla, for that matter, came up with fast electric sports cars or electric supercars. While some have faded into oblivion after showing us promising concepts, some have weathered the storm and are either into production or will enter production.
Here’s a list of the eight fastest electric cars in the world today that are in the production stage or about to enter production. Some of these fast cars are from mainstream automakers, some from established EVmakers, and some from new start-ups.
Fastest SUVs In The World
The general consensus is that SUVs are more practical vehicles than they are something that fills the adrenaline cravings. They’re also considered as big, bulky vehicles that can tow stuff or even be taken offroad. If you want the performance, you can get yourself sports cars or supercars, or even hot hatches, for that matter. But, there are some SUVs that can put even some of the world’s best sports cars to shame with their performance. Automakers are creating straight-line monsters that can achieve speeds of well over 180 mph despite their big builds, poor aerodynamic efficiency, and heavy curb weights. Here’s a list of the fastest SUVs in the world in 2022:
2022 Porsche Cayenne Coupe Turbo GT - Performance, Price, and Photos
This is the 2022 Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT, the most expensive and track-focused Cayenne ever made (period). The Cayenne of course was responsible for taking the sports SUV formula mainstream nearly two decades ago. Now if you’re not a Porsche fanboy, navigating the Porsche model range can be an incredibly taxing proposition. The Cayenne is no different. Offered in both traditional SUV and Coupe SUV body styles, you have a staggering 13 options to choose from and the Turbo GT (only offered as a Coupe) sits at the very top of that lineup.
The GT moniker is often reserved for some serious Porsches and it is the first time that the folks from Weissach have decided to use it on the Cayenne. So is it worthy of the GT nameplate? Let’s take a closer look at what Porsche has done to distinguish the Cayenne Turbo GT, not just the from rest of the Cayenne range, but also from other super-SUVs within the VW umbrella like the Lamborghini Urus, the Audi RS Q8, and the Bentley Bentayga.
2022 Tesla Model X - Price, Performance And Photos
This is the 2022 Tesla Model X. Ever since the Model X first went on sale back in 2016, it has proved to be an immensely successful vehicle for Tesla. After nearly six years on the block and countless updates, the Californian EV maker finally decided to give its full-size SUV a substantial makeover. Tesla recently facelifted its EV Crossover and this time around, the Model X has also gotten the full Plaid treatment.
In fact, the X Plaid shares its powertrain with the S Plaid and both Plaids have been tearing up drag strips this past year. However, beyond all the hype, what changes has Tesla made to keep the Model X relevant against the growing crop of EVs in the Crossover space? Well, let’s find out.
How Six Custom (and Expensive) Bentley Dominators Laid the Foundation for the Bentayga SUV
Bentley’s decision to make an SUV was not all that surprising. With backings from the mighty Volkswagen group which comes with a girth of high ends parts and a virtually inexhaustible money pool, they had all the right ingredients. But one person who we believe gets less credit than they deserve for the birth of the Bentley Bentayga is the Sultan of Brunei. Let me explain.
Drop Top Utility: SUVs That Skipped Utility to go Topless
SUVs have had a rich yet troubled history when it comes to confining to a single shape or form. It is a pretty common sight to see people driving around in "coupe SUVs" these days and petrol heads forbidding their existence. But Coupe SUVs are nothing in comparison to the five convertible SUVs that we have lined up for you. And before you ask, no we aren’t talking about one-off models and custom rat rods, this list is solely comprised of production SUVs that anyone could have brought straight from their nearest dealership.
The Range Rover Sport Legacy - Tracing the Genesis of Performance SUVs
Except for the highly exclusive GMC Syclone and the Lamborghini LM002, performance SUVs weren’t a thing until Land Rover decided to step into the game. In 2004, Land Rover debuted a concept car called Range Stormer at the North American International Auto Show, and the rest is history.
This Is How The Second-Gen Range Rover Sport Stacks Up Against Its New, Third-Gen Avatar
The all-new 2023 Range Rover Sport finally broke cover a couple of days ago. After what was close to a decade in service, the old Sport was really in need of a complete overhaul and that is exactly what this third-gen model promises to be. An all-new Sport from the ground up.
2023 Cadillac Escalade-V - What You Need to Know
What you’re looking at is not just the most powerful Escalade, but the most powerful Cadillac and the most powerful Full-Size SUV ever. Yes, the 6.2 small block under the hood has been worked on to offer some serious power upgrades. While it won’t be no track weapon, the added performance hardware has certainly transformed this Escalade. But crucially, is it worthy of the revered V badge? Well, read on to find out.
Worthy Alternatives To The 2023 Subaru Outback
The 2023 Subaru Outback is here and it seems to be the closest to being an SUV without actually being out. For as long as we can remember, the Outback has, essentially, been a raised Subaru Legacy station wagon (estate). While the Outback has always made a solid case for high-riding station wagons, the 2023 model is taking it to the next level. That said, considering the price-range of the Outback, there are other worthy alternatives, you might want to consider, and here they are.
2023 Lotus Eletre vs 2022 Tesla Model X
Disguised as Type 132, the Eletre (pronounced as El-etra), is the British luxury sports car manufacturer’s newest and first take on the SUV market. It is a “hyper-SUV” that is destined to take down the “ludicrous” Tesla Model X, but can it really? Although the Lotus is yet to provide complete information about the Eletre, we are going to compare them side-by-side, so you can be the judge.
Here’s How The Ford Bronco Squares Up Against The Ford Bronco Raptor
Ford’s first gift to the enthusiasts in 2022 was the Bronco Raptor, which is essentially a jacked-up version of the regular Bronco. It comes with a buttload of changes on the outside and inside, and even features a new engine under the hood. The Raptor also comes with upgraded version of all the off-road gear that’s present in the Bronco. Since the differences between the two were more than a few, we decided to list them all out. Well, you’ll now know which one to buy and which of these suits your needs.
Ford Bronco Raptor vs Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392
It isn’t even out yet and people have already coined a new term for the all-newFord Bronco Raptor. Say hello to the BRAPTOR. The Bronco is clearly for those folks out there, where the Sasquatch packagee on the regular Bronco just doesn’t cut the mustard. The BRAPTOR borrows a lot of bits and bobs from the F-150 Raptor. The Blue Oval really has turned up the heat on this Ultra4 inspired off-roader.
Everything You Need to Know about the Ford Bronco Raptor
Ford took the wraps off the Bronco Raptor In January 2022. The automaker launched the Bronco in 2020 and has now inducted the off-roader into the Raptor family, which speaks volumes of the faith the company has in this product. The 2022 Bronco Raptor is a lot more than just a beefed-up Bronco. It comes with changes under the skin, changes on the outside, the inside, and even features a different engine. Marketed as a desert runner, the Bronco Raptor has everything going in its favor, including the $70,000 price tag. Could the Bronco Raptor be a runaway success like its standard counterpart? Well, here’s everything you need to know about the 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor to make a judgment.
2022 Infiniti QX55 vs 2022 Infiniti QX50
SUVs are the new norm but how about coupe-SUVs? Yes, they are seamlessly attractive vehicles for whom practicality and sleek coupe-like design matter. Infiniti recently launched a more advanced and more performance-centric SUV which is heavily based on the entry-level QX50 but has a higher price tag (of course), is more coupe-like, has engine hardware and software refinements, has more standard features, and of course a better interior experience including a refined ride quality. But that makes the QX50 inferior, right? Not exactly. The QX50 is a proper compact SUV with a lot of “goods” for the price like its meticulously crafted cabin, loads of features on offer, and everything feels right except for the dual infotainment displays which might be fiddly to use on the go. For the 2022 model year, Infiniti has added the ProPilot Assist suite for all the trims, made wireless Apple CarPlay compatibility too, and a few added features sprinkled across all five trims. So if both of them have already impressed you, which one would be your pick?
How Much Does A Tesla Model X Cost?
The Model X remains largely unchanged for 2022 including its exorbitant price tag. The 2022 Tesla Model X carries an MSRP of $106,440 for the entry-level Long Range model while the range Topping Plaid comes with an MSRP of $121,440. But the updates it received for the 2021 model year continue to keep things interesting.
11 Cool Cars You Will Be Able To Import To The US, In 2022
Those looking to import a car into the US are probably familiar with the 25-year rule, according to which, a car that wasn’t originally sold on the US market needs to be 25 years or older, in order for it to be legally imported and driven. To be more precise, the VIN number of the vehicles needs to be 25 years old, so if a car was produced in September 1997, you will need to wait until September 2022, in order to legally import it. With this in mind, here are 10 awesome cars that will be eligible for import, in 2022.
Best Cars Of 2021
With the pandemic still looming over our heads, 2021 was a pretty action-packed year for the auto industry. Sure, you had challenges, with automakers having to contend with issues like chip shortages, causing delays to consumers. But regardless, the show had to go on and we got some pretty cool cars making their debut, predominantly towards the latter half of 2021.
Let’s get one thing out of the way, 2021 really was also the year, when the market as a whole began to embrace EV’s and you could see several automakers both the legacy as well as EV startups bring several new models to market. Having said that, we did see some pretty cool ICE cars, also make their debut. Now there were several cars that made headlines this year, it was very difficult to pick out the best ones, but the cars on this list definitely stood out. Here’s our list of some of the most highly anticipated and important cars that were unveiled in 2021.
Fastest SUVs On the Market Today
The world of SUVs has changed quite a bit since the days when they were only made for off-roading duties. No longer are they lumbering and slow, but SUVs have adopted platforms closer to those used by sedans and hatchbacks. Automakers also included better aerodynamics, making them more like track cars. They were being made for the city and the suburbs and featured high-performing engines. These allow them to defy the laws of physics and accelerate faster than some current saloon cars. It has also made them increasingly popular in the market and a segment opportunity that every brand has capitalized on with offerings. To that end, the following are some of the fastest accelerating SUVs available on the market.
How Does The New Defender Square Up Against Its Predecessor?
Following a continuous production run for 67 years, the Defender was discontinued in 2016 due to rising irrelevance and the costly EU emission standards. However, in 2020, Jaguar Land Rover released a new generation that differs significantly from the previous model. The main highlights include the platform it is based on, the overall design, and hybrid powertrain alternatives. The previous generations were also reputed for their spartan cabins and lack of technology. The new Defender adequately embraces technology and gets a new range of modern petrol and diesel engines from across the available range. Both the past and present Defenders were made to be off-roading SUVs, but there is no harm in comparing attributes to see where each excels better than the other.
This Is the Range Rover-Based Bentley SUV That You Didn’t Know About
The SUV craze led to many manufacturers turning away from tradition in order to capitalize on the demand for luxury and performance SUVs. As a result, vehicles like the Bentley Bentayga spawned. The model is largely believed to be the brand’s first SUV. What most people don’t know, however, is that there was another SUV wearing the Bentley badge back as early as 1996. That said, because the model was specially commissioned and wasn’t part of the brand’s official lineup, very few people actually know about its existence. Luckily for you, we are here to tell you all about it.