The Atalanta was born in 1936, in Middlesex, England. At the time, these cars were renowned for their lightweight construction, excellent traction, grip and road holding. Atalanta cars performed in the annual Le Mans race and the Welsh rally (of which the team won top prize).
Several Canadian provinces just went through their coldest February on record, but this didn’t discourage vehicle buyers one bit. In fact, last month marked the best February sales for auto makers since 2008.
Auto-lovers know that Chrysler’s iconic sedan, the Model 300, has boasted the same look and style for the past decade. In fact, it’s actually one of the few models that Chrysler rarely changes, due to its overwhelming popularity. However, the American automotive giant has recently decided to change its ways, launching a brand new 2015 Chrysler 300.
For many drivers, a bad odour can make a car unpleasant to drive. Their car might be in perfect working order and have many more years left, but if it smells terrible once they get behind the wheel, they’ll dread using it.
Most auto lovers know a bit about the production process—how a car is conceptualized, designed then made into several clay models before being manufactured. But what about the testing process? Many people forget that before a car can go onto the market, it has to go through a series of experiments so auto experts can see how they handle extreme temperatures, less-than-perfect roads, and of course, high speeds.