What you missed on 8.12.14
Yes, we know. If you're looking for the most expensive cars in the world, you're probably limiting your search parameters to cars built in the country of Italy, home, of course, to Ferrari. We all know that. But what about America? The land of the free and home of the brave is rife with automobile history, and some of it is worth a heck of a lot of money. Plus, Batmobile.
First Ride: Energica Ego
And now we travel back to the land of sausages and sports cars, except the subject we're focusing on today isn't a car at all. The Energica Ego hails from Italy, and gets its power courtesy of a high-tech lithium ion battery pack and a permanent magnet AC electric motor. It's quick, and it's a hoot to ride.
BMW maintenance no longer transferable
BMW is altering the terms of its four-year, 50,000-mile Maintenance Program for new buyers. According to the automaker, the program can only be transferred to new owners if they live in the same household. As ever, there's plenty of fine print to read through, and you can find all the details by clicking on the link above.
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