Ofer Levin GTI — EV Investments in Austria

Ofer Levin GTI, expert on electric vehicles investments, was recently interviewed for a press release published by Express Press Release. Levin said: “We are foreseeing a scenario whereby shortly, the gas-powered vehicles will be outdated. This is because electric cars are being embraced worldwide and are quickly replacing traditional gas-powered cars”.

In a recent interview Ofer Levin GTI, car expert, stated that he believes that the EV category is going to take over the automotive market in the near future.

“Electric vehicles are becoming mainstream not only because of their elegance, cost-effectiveness, and eco-friendliness, but also due to government incentives on them. For instance, government subsidies on electric cars can deduct more than $10,000 from the final purchase price”, Levin said.

He added: “Also, in some countries like Germany, an electric car can be leased for about 139 euros a month. And undoubtedly, these government subsidies and incentives are making electric cars more accessible to the general populace”.

Will the Climate Crisis Crush Car Lovers’ Hopes and Dreams?

Something colossal is placing the whole world in danger. Forget about the zombie apocalypse, a nuclear WW3 or a rogue meteor smashing into us and wiping humanity out like it did the dinosaurs. Planet earth has a very real and very scary threat: climate change. The end of the world because of global warming even has a name now, it’s called Thermageddon!

Electric car at charging station — Photo by alias_c

Is it Really THAT Bad?

Yes, it is. The rate at which we are destroying the earth is terrifying. According to teenage eco-activist, Greta Thunberg, we are at the beginning of mass extinction. Thunberg is becoming well known for her passionate speeches against…

The Thrills and Chills of Car Racing

So many rock songs glorify living life to the fullest before it comes to an end. Think about Blue Oyster Cult’s iconic ”Don’t Fear the Reaper” and Bon Jovi’s power ballad ”Blaze of Glory”. Post-punk rocker Nick Cave devoted an entire album to death. Even old Frank Sinatra lived his life on his terms, as is clearly portrayed in his song ”I’m Gonna Live Until I Die”. For some people, getting the most out of life is simply securing a future by studying and then working hard, buying a house, getting married, then having a couple of kids, and maybe…

How to Get a Fine Cadillac on Her Back

Ben Stein said, “Every soul deserves a shot at a Cadillac, but not everyone should be guaranteed a Cadillac.” Well, I unexpectedly had my shot when I was a tender 21 years old. I had no idea that what was meant to be a run of the mill family visit would turn into an epic adventure, fraught with danger and disaster. I also had no idea that this would be the vanguard event that would lead to a lifelong obsession with car trips, cars, car engines and everything else to do with cars. …

Are Tesla and Elon Musk Ever Going to Shape up? Do They Need to?

Tesla is just one of those companies that spark strong emotions in people, both good and bad. The company was launched in 2003 and Elon Musk jumped in the following year with some much-needed capital. The initial idea was to create eco-friendly cars and sell them to the masses. They started with a sporty version which was a lot more expensive than everybody had hoped. Next, the Model S scooted into existence and became the first practical electric vehicle that was marketed to the masses. Still, it was (and still is) crazy expensive. I guess this is for the same…

Lee Iacocca Dies Aged 94

A legendary businessman and the father of the Ford Mustang passed away earlier this month. Lee Iacocca died at his Long Angeles home from complications of Parkinson’s disease on Tuesday morning, July 2. Known as one of the most powerful executives in Detroit, Lee was highly regarded in the automotive industry. Throughout his career, he had major input in at least three iconic vehicles, including the Mustang, the minivan and the K-Car. Lee was also the person who saved Chrysler from going broke in the 1980s. Dodge fans are still thanking him! …

Sad But True, Jaguar is Not What it Used to be

Jaguar has a long history of producing classy cars with great performance. The kind of cars that politicians and wealthy businessmen use as comfortable status symbols. Jaguar uses nothing but the best quality materials to produce their vehicles with uncompromising style and luxury. Over the years, it has evolved into one of the most renowned, if understated, manufacturers of all time.

And yet, until recently, Jaguar sold fewer than 50 cars a day in the United States. Some say it has to do with where the brand fits (or doesn’t). …

Petrol vs Diesel, The Lowdown

When you think of a diesel car, what comes to mind? They may be powerful but are often big, usually sluggish, can be lumpy and can run out of puff way too quickly (think tractor and you’ll catch my drift). Nothing you’d want in a sports car, right? Wrong. Believe it or not, but there are a few super-fast diesel-powered cars on the market and they’re made by reputable car companies like Volkswagen, Audi, and even Porsche. But one or two on the roads around the world doesn’t mean they’re any good, does it? Why don’t we see more diesel-powered…

When America Took Traditional British Sports Cars To The Next Level

The Shelby Cobra is perhaps one of the most iconic racing cars in automotive history. Motoring enthusiasts around the world love it for being one of the quickest, most powerful and nimble cars to drive, and for its stunning styling. The Shelby Cobra is also considered to be a pioneer in the industry — without it, the automotive landscape and sports cars as we know them would be quite different. There’s also that spine-tingling, goosebump-inducing Shelby Cobra sound which has given petrol heads thrills and chills since the 1960s. Let’s take a look at how it all started.

From Motor-Racing And Chicken Farming, To Creating a Legend


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Ofer Levin GTI — Experiencing Cars and Engines. Welcome! I am Ofer Levin (aka GTI), and this is where you can read about things that matter to me.

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