It’s been a while since we last heard from Dutch supercar startup Savage Rivale. The company made headlines in 2011 when it unveiled a four-door, four-seat convertible supercar called the Roadyacht GTS. It rode on Savage’s own chassis and featured a powertrain borrowed from the Corvette but never reached production. Savage lists factors such as high development costs, lack of a bespoke powertrain and lack of brand heritage as key reasons why the project never took off. Savage has since changed its focus to work on pure design, not only for the automotive segment but also luxury...
Meet Japan's Tommykaira ZZ EV electric sports car
Over in Japan, electric car company Green Lord Motors (GLM) is raising a toast. Founded in 2010 by a group of Kyoto University graduates, the company has just successfully raised $14 million in funding, according to Tech In Asia. This comes after a recent round of funding that saw $6.6 million...Jeff Glucker