Public opinion is a very interesting development to always keep an eye on. Globally, in both higher (HICs) – and Medium Income Countries (MICs), the best current example is that of Electric Vehicles. While HICs have already accepted this paradigm shift, thanks to increased EV infrastructures, up until two months ago, MICs were still hesitant. This is about to change.
Hyundai SA released the new Hyundai Tucson and we were privileged to attend the day event at Century City in Cape Town.
The FIA ABB Formula E in collaboration with E-Movement and Jaguar Racing, hosted a short meeting this past weekend in which more information regarding the Cape Town E-Prix was presented.
Yesterday, it was finally announced that the FIA Formula E championship would pay a visit to the southern tip of Africa in 2022. It might only be provisional at this point, but Southern-Africans certainly have much to be excited about.
The proven traveller
Are you thinking about travelling the Southern Coast (Garden Route) of South-Africa or know of a friend who would love to visit the coastline of South-Africa, but don’t know what car to use? We might be able to help.
The Killarney International Raceway in Cape Town’s northern suburbs recently celebrated its heritage and seventy years of racing since 1947 and NamWheels / Galimoto Media was invited to attend the celebrations.
Driving in silence, it may be more fun than you think.
Going electric has always been a very vague concept, yet it’s been in the automotive industry for as long as the latter existed. How can you convince a petrolhead that driving on battery power might actually be fun?
Bold design and strong customization for this city SUV
“So what’s it like?” asks a friend, shortly after my return from the Audi Q2 launch in Cape Town. While I regurgitate specifications and give lively driving impressions, her face starts shriveling in bewilderment. “No, no…” she perks up again, “…does it really look as funky as in the photos?”
Mike Horn visited Namibia on his Pole2Pole expedition – we caught up with him before he left for Antarctica…
Most people fit into some sort of mold; a neatly-defined spectrum of their main characteristics. Fast forward beyond the artists, accountants or analysts and you eventually stumble upon a very unique group called “explorers”.