The FIFA World Cup 2018 starts in Russia on June 14th with the final just over a month later on July 15th, and if you’re planning to head to the host nation, Ontime can make sure you have your own wheels there via our professional, safe and secure car transportation services.
The North Pole was discovered on April 6th 1898 and remains an elusive and ambitious goal for many would-be explorers, especially those who try to complete the journey across the Arctic ice sheet on foot.
McLaren have raised their ambitions for 2025 to give their entire range hybrid engines, according to a report from Auto Express – doubling their previously reported goal for half of their vehicles to be hybrid by the middle of the coming decade.
With its turbocharged V6 engine and sleek, smooth lines, the new Honda NSX achieves the perfect balance of form and function. This week we’re lusting after it (if you love cars, then come and join us) and today we’ll tell you why…
It’s been a rollercoaster of a year, and a fantastic one for the motoring world, with numerous remarkable models coming on to the market. Now, we can’t wait for 2017 as it looks to be even better.
Collectively, the world’s most prestige car manufacturers have a scheduled list of new releases that’s as long as your arm – but we’ve picked our top three to whet your automotive appetite and get you all revved up for the year ahead.
What is the world’s fastest car?
You guessed it, this list is packed full of the powerful, high-performance names we know and love. Expect to see entries from McLaren, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Bugatti and our personal favourite, Aston Martin.
A round of applause for Roman Abramovich please, as this week the billionaire has given us one of the worst cases of car-envy we’ve ever known.
During a track day that most motorists could only ever dream of, the Chelsea FC owner revealed his multimillion pound collection of luxury supercars. The fleet features a whole host of famous marques, including entrants from Ferrari, Bugatti, Aston Martin and Mercedes.
Titanium is one of the few metals that can rival steel in the strength stakes – but did you know it’s actually 45% lighter? These two qualities combined mean it should be ideal for building sports cars, but as the metal is notorious for being incredibly hard to work with (it’s hard to hammer, press and mould into shape), you don’t see many.