The Ford Kuga (sold as Escape in North America) is one of those cars you don’t pay much attention to when they pass you by in the street, but that’s to be expected from most small family SUVs. However, spending two weeks with the Kuga has shown that it can be a nice car to live with, and you can always say that the rear looks similar to current Range Rover models (the taillights cut into the body panel like current Range Rovers). With a seemingly great demand for small SUVs, it’s easy to come to the conclusion that Ford won’t have trouble selling the Kuga, but the aim of this review is to find out what sets it apart from its list of strong competitors, such as the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4.
Caterham Seven 620R
The Caterham Seven 620R is the most powerful Seven currently on sale, taking the crown away from the hair-raising R500.
The days of having to spend ages looking for a parking spot are near an end. According to a story from The Economist, Google has been hard at work developing new technology that will allow a driver to abandon their car while it went around on its own looking for a parking spot. The technology works using cameras and aerials mounted on the car.
Classic muscle cars look great and exciting, and they have as much presence on the road as would an exotic Italian supercar. Their carbureted V8s and less restrictive exhausts means that they tend to sound good as well. However, the harsh reality of owning a classic muscle car, especially in the 21st century, is that you realize how much they lack in the handling department.