The Swedish car company renaissance continues with the Volvo S90 being released in late 2016. A long, lithe, well proportioned machine, it places the S90 firmly in the large luxury saloon mix, and has both the British and German based manufacturers clearly in its sights. A Wheel Thing reviews the Volvo S90 D5 Inscription. The […]Read More 2017 Volvo S90 D5 Inscription: A Wheel Thing Car Review.
In Fiscal Year 2016 (1 Jan – 31 Dec), Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. set another historic sales record. With 3,457 cars delivered to customers around the world, the Italian super sports car producer surpassed the 3,400 units mark for the first time. This marks a new milestone not only for sales, but also for brand and […]Read More Lamborghini Sets News Sales Records For 2016.
As Holden, the Australian arm of global giant General Motors, winds down in respect to local manufacturing, there’ll be a simultaneous increase in the vehicles being sourced from outside the island continent. The Colorado, a name with a definitive nod to the Americas, is and has been for some years, one of those vehicles. There’s […]Read More 2017 Holden Colorado LTZ: A Wheel Thing Car Review.
Volvo are advertising that they one of the fastest growing luxury car makers. There is no doubt at all that they are well and truly on the march upwards when it comes to their luxury aspirations and they’re also bringing along their Polestar compatriots for the ride. But how does the Volvo V40 D4 Inscription […]Read More 2017 Volvo V40 D4 Inscription Polestar Enhanced: A Wheel Thing Car Review.