2024 marks AET’s 50th anniversary. Throughout the year, we are going to be exploring the archives and sharing stories of new and old. We will be reciting tales from the origins of the company back in 1974, to the turn of the century, and how AET is continuing to grow stronger in 2024. Join us as we delve into the history books in the first part of this chronicle.
Last week, we caught up with Xona by AET ambassador, and Hillclimb royalty, Damien Bradley. Damien and the rest of ‘Team Legacy’ have yet again had another successful season in 2023, and we wanted to catch up with him to discuss the events of the past year and find out just how well his turbo has performed.
So you’ve settled down, got married, and had a couple of kids….but you’re not quite ready to give up on owning a sporty motor and settling for that practical people carrier just yet? Family cars don’t have to be boring, they can be fun too. Here’s our list of the 5 best turbocharged sporty cars with enough space for the whole family.
It’s a really exciting time in the world of turbocharging.
Production is up, new technology is being developed, and more and more turbocharged vehicles are coming to market. In fact, 2015 looks to be a landmark year for turbocharging, as the automotive industry continues to look for ways to maximise fuel economy and reduce emissions.
In this post, we take a closer look at why it’s fair to call 2015 the year of the turbo.
We’ve been saying it for some time, but it bears repeating – turbocharging is the future!
More and more manufacturers are turning to the turbo in an effort to reduce emissions and maximise fuel economy, and 2014 looks like it could be the year of the turbo, with a number of fantastic new passenger vehicles coming to market.
In this post, we take a quick look at some of the upcoming turbocharged cars set for launch over the next 12 months.