Michael De Kock
415 articles published since October 17, 2021
About Michael De Kock
Michael De Kock is passionate about cars and everything from avocados to particle accelerators. He has studied psychology and knows a little bit about fixing cars (old Land Rovers mostly). He also blogs and has a book, 125 Creative Writing Prompts for Petrolheads, available on Amazon. His philosophy in life: Stop the hate - Adopt a V8.
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The inline-six is one of the greatest engine configurations for both power and reliability, and these examples stood out among the rest.
While most luxury SUVs feature big and powerful engines, automakers have added hybrid drivetrains to cut down on emissions.
The smallest sports car can outrun a decade-old supercar in the 0-60 mph – all thanks to modern all-wheel-drive.
Electric pickups are already pickup up traction among buyers, and some of them make a truly great case for going electric.
Unfortunate engineering problems and underpowered cars blemish Mercedes-Benz's otherwise spotless engine track record.
If new owners do not adhere to Ferrari’s contractual terms, they can be banned from buying these awesome cars again.
The Tesla Model 3 is a respectable electric car, but the value it brings for the money pales in comparison to these EVs and hybrids.
Aston Martins are some of the most luxurious sports cars on the market, and these 10 offer the best combination of speed and comfort.
Germany makes some of the best-engineered sports cars in the world, but a few models try very hard to ruin that reputation.
Many gearheads overlook these sports cars, but their performance and fun factor proves them wrong.