Here’s a rare sight in Denmark, the full-fat Cadillac CTS with its 3.6 litre powerplant.
I noticed a 2 cm or 3 cm square badge located behind the front wheel arch, forward of the leading edge of the front door. It says GM. Who needs to know who doesn’t know already? Continue reading “Cadillac CTS 3.6 (by GM)”
On a recent trip to southwest Germany I spotted this vehicle on a used-car dealer’s yard: an Aixam Mega Van.
You can read about the vehicle here. The range was launched in 2006 and features a choice of electric or diesel engines. The bodywork is made of recyclable and dent-proof polyethylene. The e-Van is the electrical version and the details can be found here. There are three battery pack options. The three battery packs are composed of 36 2-volt open lead elements for power of 8.6 kWh, 11.5 kWH and 17.3 kWH. Continue reading “More On Electric Vehicles: Aixam Mega Van”