Electric automakers are experiencing something of a bloom in the marketplace. Drivers and buyers everywhere are investing enough money into electric vehicles and the infrastructure to support them that we’re finally seeing innovation in the space from companies that have been taking a “wait and
Though headline real estate is understandably hard to come by in 2021 thanks to offerings like the Porsche Macan or the Land Rover Defender we’ve covered previously, but drivers would do well not to forget about the Land Rover Range Rover Velar.
With a modern hybrid
The electric vehicle market isn’t a 1:1 copy of the traditional auto market. Perhaps more than any other type of company in the space at the moment, EV makers come and go, often with a whimper and not a bang.
It’s a pleasant surprise then to
The watchmaking industry is a difficult space in which to find innovation (think MP3 players, only add a few centuries). Because of this, buyers everywhere are left with a selection of timepieces that look like they’re cut from the same cloth.
The first mechanical clocks came
When you think about Lamborghini, a certain “bedroom wall superhero” aesthetic comes to mind -- there’s something about the mad design language, the flare, the supernova’s worth of power and grunt under the hood, and the attitude of a lambo that brings out the giddy
The headline isn’t a typo, and the picture isn’t of the new Bentley. If you’re like us, that may have constituted a double-take. What you’re looking at is the new Genesis G80.
For the uninitiated, Genesis is Hyundai’s luxury vehicle division. Stateside, we’re not yet accustomed
A hallowed time for many in the automotive industry, BMW are making the rounds and releasing a number of high-profile updates to their fleet. BMW don't typically drip-feed their innovations into already-existing models without making any noise. They like to make broad, sweeping, industry-defining changes
As the name begins to imply, the Seamaster is a diving watch. If it looks familiar already, it is -- Omega’s famous Seamaster sat on Pierce Brosnan’s wrist throughout his multiple turns as James Bond. The watch featured in newer Bond movies, too, though only