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A look at the leading vans and their features and do men or women have the most accidents?
- Report infographic
- Getting Around Transportation Today
People get on airplanes and travel halfway across the world everyday without even thinking twice about it. You can wake up in the morning in Los Angeles and go to bed that night in London, England. We take fast transportation for granted now, but there was a time not so long ago where it would take weeks and even months to cover the same amount of ground. This infographic looks back on different modes of transportation and what travel is like today.
- Porsche 911 History Infographic
The legendary Porsche 911 is rich with history and celebrated by automotive enthusiasts around the world.
- Maserati Car Configurator
Maserati interactive catalog
- Hyperloop: The 5th Form of Transportation?
Gocompare.com has created an infographic that explains the rumored details about the 5th Form of Transportation, Hyperloop. In this infographic Gocompare.com explains how high-speed transportation system would be solar-powered, immune to weather, and features passenger pods that are approximately two meters. Check out the infographic for more awesome detais!
- Film Stars and Their Cars [Infographic]
Although a lot of Hollywood celebrities drive quite humble cars, lots of them go even further when it comes to sending a message. That’s why the compact sedan Toyota Prius is the fairest car of them all among the movie stars: it’s nice and environment-friendly, reducing the carbon emissions and allowing its owners to drive it around using electric power. This combined hybrid is a true star on its own, but the brand Audi is also one of the favorite among celebrities. The only actors that go off the chart in this case are Nicholas Cage, with its Ferrari Enzo, and Jamie Foxx, who drives a Lamborghini. Check out who drives what in our new infographic!
- The World As 100 Cars Infographic
White, made and sold in Asia, with manual transmission and using gasoline: this is how the typical car looks like these days, according to our latest infographic. To make it short, this car would probably be a Toyota Corolla, considered the best-selling car in the planet’s history with more than 40 million units sold. Asia is definitely the continent where cars rule: whether it is in the factories or in the streets, with several millions driving across the region. However, other countries like Germany or the USA also take their fair share in this story, producing high quality brands. Want to know more? Our infographic is an open book when it comes to auto numbers.