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What are the Basic Car Parts, and What Do They Look Like

What are the Basic Car Parts, and What Do They Look Like

Car Parts
When it comes to your car's maintenance, you must take it to the auto shop once every few weeks to get it cleaned and checked. But being fully responsible about your car means that you know about it from the inside out to solve small issues on your own. The mechanics often recommend that you learn about car parts so you can solve the problem or communicate the problem easily with them. Here are the car parts that you need to learn about as a beginner. Battery Your car battery is the most critical component that allows you to turn your car on. Without a battery, you will not be able to provide the initial power to your engine. Usually, the car battery is located under the hood of your car. You can find the (-) and (+) signs on top of it. Here you connect the red clamp to (+) and the b...
Future Cars Worth Waiting For 2021-2025

Future Cars Worth Waiting For 2021-2025

Future Cars
The new decade marks the start of many new things, and the pandemic was one of them. Although things started off on a low, the hopes for the coming years are high. While the sleek structures for many revving machines have already been released, a few others are yet to emerge from the design studio; we are excited regardless. Here are some of the future cars that are worth waiting for from 2021 to 2025: Alfa Romeo GTV Alfa Romeo Tonale Aston Martin Vanquish Audi e-Tron GT Audi Q4 e-Tron 2024 BMW i8 M 2022 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 2022 Ferrari Purosangue SUV 2022 Ford Fusion Active 2022 Ford Maverick 2023 Hyundai RM20 N  
Top 10 Global Automotive Trends

Top 10 Global Automotive Trends

Automotive Trends
A survey of the automotive industry will take you to the most important trends of the year. These would reveal more information regarding the information-centric technologies that play a crucial role in building the industry. New technologies are being adopted by the automotive industry to explore more of the applications in the different sectors. Some of the latest global automotive trends include: Autonomous vehicles such as Intvo and Udelv Better connectivity with V2X Network and NoTraffic Electrification through Lordstown Motors and ChargeX Shared mobility Artificial Intelligence Big Data and Data Analytics Human-Machine interface Blockchain Additive manufacturing Internet of Things (IoT)
Best Classic Cars To Drive

Best Classic Cars To Drive

Classic Cars
Classic cars can add more style to your garage and drives. Although it is hugely enjoyable, it can also be frustrating if the car doesn’t suit your driving methods and speeds. Having something as special as these classic cars in your garage would be a stroke of luxury to your life, but not everyone would want to spend a huge amount of money on a car that doesn’t work all the time. So, when you buy one, it is important that you look for the features and operational quality of the vehicle. The best classic cars to drive are: BMW E30 Volvo P1800 Mazda MX5 Saab 900 Turbo VW Beetle  
How Do All-Electric Cars Work?

How Do All-Electric Cars Work?

Electric Cars
All-electric cars are referred to as battery electric vehicles that have an electric motor in the place of an internal combustion engine. A large traction battery pack is used in the vehicle to power the electric motor, and it must also be plugged into a wall outlet or charging equipment to set the vehicle running. In such vehicles, it is the auxiliary battery that provides electricity to the accessories. The other key components of an all-electric car include a charge port, DC/DC converter, electric traction motor, onboard charger, power electronics controller, thermal system, electric transmission, and a traction battery pack.  
BMW S1000RR (2010)

BMW S1000RR (2010)

BMW
The 2010 BMW S1000RR was built to meet the super bike market head on. In many ways, it’s design is traditional and therefore should fit easily into current sport bike owner’s expectations. But it also has uniquely BMW touches of sophistication and technology. A new motorcycle for a new, to BMW, market segment presented at an affordable price.  
BMW Motorrad Vision Next 100

BMW Motorrad Vision Next 100

Vision Next
In 2016, its centenary year, the BMW Group is looking further into the future than ever before and developing a series of Vision Vehicles to address people’s mobility needs in about three decades from now. Its solutions are based on the assumption that mobility is set to become increasingly multifaceted and connected.
BMW C evolution (2013)

BMW C evolution (2013)

Evolution
BMW introduces the production C evolution at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany. The C evolution produces a steady 15 hp (11 kW) but can produce a peak 47 hp (35 kW) from it’s liquid cooled electric motor. This gives it better acceleration than some 600 cc maxi scooters, says BMW, and an electrically limited top speed of 75 mph (120 km/h).
BMW R1200RT (2010)

BMW R1200RT (2010)

BMW
The 2010 BMW R1200RT is updated from the 2005 version through a mild fairing revision, new switchgear and a new dual overhead cam (DOHC) Boxer engine (seen previously on the 2010 BMW R1200GS). While the engine is the headline change, it does not outperform the previous version in either max horsepower or torque. This makes the 2010 update an evolutionary change. Which is fine with us, since the R1200RT was already at the top of the touring bike market.