Peruvian Alonso Regalado was the fastest among the 14 drivers
Jamaican Kyle Gregg was seventh at the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Sprint Trophy Latin AmericaRead more
Kyle Gregg faces his first virtual race with 13 years of track experience
Jamaican’s very own motorsport champion ready for the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Sprint Trophy Latin America
Kingston, Jamaica. For the last two weeks, Kyle Gregg has been preparing intensively for the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Sprint Trophy Latin America, which he will run on Saturday, June 27, at 6:00 p.m., and will be broadcast live on the PorscheVirtualRacing.com website.Read more
HOW do you make the best sport utility vehicle (SUV) better? You harness the power of electricity like Porsche has for its largest model, the Cayenne. The superiority of the Porsche Cayenne E-Hybrid is built on the pillars of performance, luxury and efficiency.
The Cayenne has completed the transition from its controversial initial styling to the belle of the ball in its recent third-generation upgrades, to the point where it’s passing down its design language to other Porsches in the line. The familial elements are there, but the Porsche manages to do something unique. The shape demarks it as understated and, at a distance, it blends into the sea of other SUVs. However, draw closer and those in the know, or more specifically those in elevated income brackets, will recognise it. It’s like people telling you: ‘nice watch!’, but that one person gives you the thumbs up because they know you’re rolling a Seamaster 300M on your wrist. Specific to the E-Hybrid is the acid green badging. That colour is applied to the massive brake callipers.Read more
Believe it or not, there are some among us who would rather not have their wealth on display. That doesn’t mean they want to be slumming it either. They want to retain the trappings of luxury without the unwanted attention. It’s at this moment the Volkswagen Touareg, the brand’s largest sport utility vehicle (SUV), steps in.
From the outside, the Touareg is attractive with its conservative styling. It looks similar to several other upmarket rivals, and will fit in well with whatever is filling those upper St Andrew parking lots, but it won’t pull the unnecessary attention. The Touareg saves that for the inside.Read more
Traveling from point A to point B became a lot easier with the invention of the modern motor car in 1886. Since then, technology has allowed us to build and design cars with almost any feature we desire. Cars now have a lot more surface area than they used to and as such require a lot more dedication and effort when it comes to cleaning. We may not realize it but we touch a lot of the surface space on and inside of our cars with every journey.Read more
Recently, I have been doing a lot of reviews on compact crossover SUVs due to the interest they have been receiving in our market. Size-wise, they fit into most spots around town, and because they are smaller than mid-size SUVs, they are usually more fuel-efficient.
A year ago, I reviewed the Porsche Cayenne, which was a monster on the road, as well as eye candy for commuters. The acceleration was instantaneous and aggressive, to the point where I felt offended whenever anyone overtook me. I remember being on the South Coast Highway and a pickup van passing me. I quickly returned the favour and stared him down, just as a gesture for him to remember his place.Read more
WHEN it comes to seven-seat sport utility vehicles (SUV), the Audi Q7 is easily the best of the bunch. However, even though it has the ability to handle three rows of human cargo, that hasn’t stopped the brand from not resting on its laurels with the new 2020 model.
The exterior is drawn from the sportier Q8 for some fresh looks. Full LED headlights, tail lights and the new octagon-shaped single- frame grill blend well with the longer, stately body lines necessary for the Q7 to handle the third row of passengers.Read more
UNITS STARTING FROM AS LOW AS $1 MILLION.
Kingston, Jamaica. The ATL Automotive Group, Jamaica’s most progressive automotive company has announced exciting plans to host the first-ever, digital used car auction later this month. The online bidding spectacular will be held on June 26-28th, where over 150 pre-owned and new models from a wide-range of styles including sub-compact SUVs to value hatchbacks, premium coupés and sedans will be up for grabs, with bids starting from as low as $1,000,000. The brands on offer will consist of the Group’s mega line-up of Honda, VW, Audi, Kia, BMW, MINI and Porsche as well as options from its ATL Approved Pre-owned division, which notably also carries certified, used vehicles from other popular brands outside of the ATL Automotive Group.Read more