Presented By Cars & Coffee Palm Beach Cars & Coffee Palm Beach at Palm Beach Outlets celebrated veterans with cars, coffee, celebrities, car giveaways, and more. The monthly gathering, sponsored by Adam’s Polishes, featured thousands of unique vehicles of all makes, models, and vintages, along with over 60 exciting vendors and hundreds of stores. Highlights included: 1. TV Host Cristy Lee of All Girls Garage joined the Autogeek display for a meet and greet. She also got to check out the new Aston Martin DBS Superleggera brought to the Showcase Corner by Aston Martin Palm Beach. Of course, she and spokesmodel Nienna Jade had fun flipping through the latest issue of duPont Registry. (Photo by Projeck K Consulting) 2. Autogeek’s Mike Phillips also joined their display for a meet and greet and shared a lot of valuable detailing tips with his fans of all ages. (Photo by Cars & … [Read more...] about Cars & Coffee Palm Beach November 2018 Recap
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Nice Price Or Crack Pipe Is this used car a good deal? You decide! The original MSRP on today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe BMW i3 was over fifty-five thousand dollars. Like all limited range electric cars, the i3’s depreciation is extreme. Let’s see if this one’s current price might make that downward spiral a fun ride at least. When you are close to perfection, it’s hard to imagine ways to improve. I know that’s an issue I face on a daily basis. That’s also an issue confronted by Mazda’s sassy little roadster, the MX5 Miata. Long considered the answer to all that ails you, the question of how to improve upon its near-perfection is one that has long stymied the world’s greatest thinkers. Having solved everything else, it’s rumored even Stephen Hawking was working on that quandary at the time of his death. The obvious answer to the immutable Miata question is of course, to add horsepower. And, as we all know, there’s no … [Read more...] about At $15,500, Could You Get a Charge Out of This 2014 BMW i3 REX?
Jalopnik Reviews All of our test drives in one convenient place. Once you’ve driven every supercar, classic and enthusiast-spec vehicle under the sun, you might find yourself a little sad. What’s left, just a viking funeral in your Ferrari? Oh no, there’s a better blaze of glory to go out in. It’s called the Campagna T-Rex 16SP and it’s unlike anything else you’ve driven. (Full disclosure: Campagna Motors wanted me to drive the T-Rex 16SP so badly, they lent me a very yellow one with a free helmet and full tank of gas for four days. We drove a T-Rex in 2014, but now the “car” has new suspension. So here we go again.) What Is It? First introduced in 1995, the T-Rex is the brainchild of former F1 mechanic Daniel Campagna and automotive designer Paul Deutschman. Their goal: bring the driving experience of an F1 car to the streets. What they ended up with is this go-kart with a motorcycle engine and its entire swing-arm shoved up its … [Read more...] about The Campagna T-Rex Would Have To Be Your Last Car
The only two choices when it comes to a $50,000-$60,000 premium brand all electric car are the BMW i3 and the Tesla Model 3. BMW launched their all-electric BMW i3 in 2014, winning multiple green awards for their EV’s eco-friendly lightweight construction, production methods and use of sustainable materials. The Tesla Model 3 has been one of the most anticipated cars ever, irrespective of it being an EV. Around 500,000 people put down a$1,000 deposit, sight unseen to buy one. Both are clean sheet design, purpose-built electric cars. Despite similar price points and that battery packs reside in the floor board, both company’s have completely different philosophies in their approach to an EV. BMW’s philosophy was to use cutting edge materials and processes to make the lightest weight vehicle possible. The launch of the i3 represented the first time ever Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic (CFRP) was used in mass market vehicle. This necessitated a ton of … [Read more...] about EV Battle: BMW i3s vs. Tesla Model 3
Melissa Preddy, Special to The Detroit News Published 12:02 a.m. ET April 5, 2018 | Updated 10:16 a.m. ET April 5, 2018 Road rage has been making headlines again, with irate drivers last month wielding baseball bats, pistols, pellet guns and even fists and feet against those who annoy them in traffic. We all need to get a grip — but how? Highways seem more clogged than ever, pavement is in post-winter disrepair, and real or imagined time pressures have so many of us feeling stressed and behind schedule. It doesn’t take much to light that fuse, especially if (like me, I hate to admit) you viscerally subscribe to the late comic George Carlin’s observation that everyone driving slower than you is an idiot and everyone who drives faster is a maniac. The other day, the maniac took the form of a giant Buick sedan going 80 mph about 3 feet off my rear bumper in 7:30 a.m. rush hour traffic, despite the readily visible line of 50 or 60 cars ahead of me. I was in the … [Read more...] about Car Culture: Get a grip on road rage