A Kei-car, K-car, or kei jidōsha is the Japanese legal category for the smallest and most limited power motor vehicles, including passenger cars, microvans and even pick-up trucks. Kei-cars are designed to comply with Japanese regulations such as vehicle length (below 3.4m), vehicle width (1.48m), engine volume (660cc) and power […]
Arriving in Australia in October alongside the new BMW M2 Competition, the BMW M5 Competition brings just 19kW more power (now 460kW at 600rpm) but hits 100km/h in 3.3 seconds — 0.3sec quicker than the standard M5.
“Whangarei is well-served with charging stations and is open for EV visitors. We boast one of the country’s highest ownership rate of electric vehicles (EVs), according to Transport Ministry data.”