Many of the worlds most familiar automotive manufacturers are made up of multiple smaller brands that have been acquired over the years. Produced for Stoneacre.co.uk, this infographic not only lists all the brands that make up the Ford Motor Company but also covers key developments over the years such as the introduction of their first motorcar over 100 years ago.
The motor industry has come in leaps and bounds over the last twenty years. New technologies have allowed for bigger, better and faster supercars. We’ve seen ferocious Ferraris and beautiful Bugatti’s, but which was the best? In order to help you decide, Romans International has assembled the 20 greatest supercars from the last 20 years. Which is your favorite?
The following infographic from CheapAutoInsurance.Org visually shows consumers the top selling cars in the world, the deadliest cars on the road, and past vehicle faux pas making the listed cars the “Killer Cars of All Time.”
The Aventador Roadster, by Lamborghini, is one of the most exhilarating cars ever built. Check out the infographic below presented by Lamborghini North Los Angeles to learn more about this exiting car.
A woodie is a car body style in which the bodywork is constructed of wood framework, with either infill wood panels or painted metal. While there’s no accounting for taste, HondaReview.com has gathered a collection of the top “ugliest” woodies, based on personal and public opinion.
From the Ford Model T to the well-oiled machines of today, the automobile has an illustrious history of evolution and reinvention. What was once a relatively slow-moving death machine has now become a lightning-fast safety bubble. Confused.com takes you on the journey of car safety’s evolution.
Throughout history Audi has represented luxury in many countries. Car enthusiasts of all types are drawn to the elegant design and exceptional performance. Check out the infographic below presented by The Auto Gallery to learn more about Audi luxury throughout the years.
Americans sure do love their automobiles, and the Porsche 911 is one of them. The 911 has actually been dubbed America’s favorite sports car, and with good reason. The car has been featured in many motion pictures and has been cherished by fans since the very beginning. Check out the infographic below presented by The Auto Gallery to learn more about the Porsche 911.
In the following infographic by the folks over at Go-Part.com, some basic repairs that can be conducted in one’s driveway or garage are outlined, reminding us that there are several ways to save money when it comes to our vehicles. By noting the average replacement times, cost of parts, and the alternatives in using a professional, their goal is to create some confidence in consumers that there are some common repairs that can be facilitated quickly and effectively.
Finding yourself stranded in your car due to treacherous conditions like snow, ice, poor visibility and slick roads only to discover you have junk in the trunk, rather than the necessary roadside emergency supplies, can place you and your family in jeopardy. According to a new survey by State Farm® and KRC Research, more than 60 percent of drivers had some sort of “junk” (non-emergency supplies) in their trunk ranging from extra clothes and shoes to used food or drink containers. While 99 percent of drivers had at least one emergency supply in their vehicle, such as spare tire or jumper cables, a mere nine percent carried all the essential emergency roadside supplies.
The Ford Mustang earned its reputation as one of the most popular cars in America by offering performance, customization, and utility at an affordable price. After 48 years, Ford has held true to this philosophy. See how the Mustang has evolved in this infographic from the folks at Liberty Ford.
Some of the best action movies have really cool cars in them. There are some that fly and even travel back in time. This infographic presented by AutoInsurance.US highlights some of the greatest cars in Hollywood history. Check it out below to learn more.
To celebrate the release of Skyfall and the reintroduction of the “Q” franchise, this infographic by Nationwide Vehicle Contracts looks at some of Bond’s most memorable cars and their crashes, plus speculates as to how the unforgettable Desmond Llewelyn might shave reacted with a unique “Q Rating System”
Confused.com explores the widespread adoption of driverless vehicles which promises more roadway efficiency, less accidents due to distracted driving, and greater access to motor vehicles for people of all ages and abilities.