I have had the privilege to test the latest and greatest in the tech world over the past two years.
A wealth of fun and entertaining vehicles that make for some very entertaining driving.
If you’ve ever had the pleasure of driving one of these vehicles, here’s what you need to know.
It’s not just cars: The M1 has an impressive list of tech features, from driver assistance to the latest driver-assistance software.
It has a huge range of fuel types: 3.
You can get away with a lot more than your average petrol-electric: 4.
You’ll never be able to drive through it without being a bit nervous: 5.
There’s no manual gearbox: 6.
It doesn’t have any power steering: 7.
It uses a battery, but it’s not that great at charging it: 8.
It can drive around the world: 9.
And it’s only going to get better: 10.
You won’t be able or willing to drive it to a stop: 11.
The battery will never last: 12.
It’ll cost you £10,000 if you want to get a licence: 13.
You may want to have a look at the M1’s history before you buy: 14.
And if you’re already buying one, you’re in luck: 15.
M1 owners will have to wait for a new model: 16.
The M1 is out of production.
It was announced in September 2014, but has not yet been formally introduced.
You’ll have to pay £5,000 for a full licence.
It only comes with one battery, and the only place you can buy one is in China.
You need a license to drive in the UK: 20.
You’re going to need to take a taxi to get around.
You must get a new licence every 12 months: 22.
And a new one every 12 years.
I think the best part is the price.
24. It costs £10k if you need a full-time job.
We’ve already seen a range of cars that were powered by battery power, but the M3 is one of the rarest.
This one is a bit more difficult to explain.
There’s an electric version too.
Yes, you can have one of those, but you won’t know it until you’ve driven one.
And then there’s this.
So, it’s got a lot going for it. 31.
But it’s definitely not going to be for everyone.
Now if you’ll excuse me, I’ve got to get back to my blog.
And I’m going to have to get to work.
What are you reading?
Well, I’m currently working on a blog about cars and tech.
As you can see from the title, this blog is not about cars or technology.
Because we’ve all been there.
“That’s why it’s called the Dirty Dozen.”
Is that what you were thinking?
More than a few of the Dirty Dens were built in the 1950s.
In the 1960s, many people were worried that the ‘Dirtiest’ cars were the ‘coolest’ cars.
After all, why not build them in a way that they’re fun to drive, and people enjoy driving them?
A lot of people also didn’t want to buy cars that could only be driven in one direction.
However, there’s something a bit different about the ‘Warmest Cars’.
They were not built in a hurry, and in fact, they were designed to be used around the clock.
Although, you could say that some of them were actually designed for use as a base to build other vehicles.
Of course, that was not always the case.
Back in the ’60s, it was common to build vehicles with all kinds of bells and whistles.
Not everyone is a fan of bells, though.
For example, the VW Beetle had a lot to do with the ‘biggest car of the time’.
Then there was the Nissan Skyline, and a BMW M