More Cars is designed as an open car database. All the information is contributed by the community and can be used by everyone, for any purpose, for free.
The goal is to a) create a comprehensive car database and to b) connect as much car related information as possible.
Then it is possible to answer questions like these:
"Which brands belong to the VW Group? Which to Stellantis?"
"I am interested in a Toyota Corolla. Which versions were made? Which got the best reviews?"
"What were the most successful cars on the race track?"
Some of the car photos you find here are own pictures. They are mostly taken at car shows, racing events or museum visits. You can find the whole collection (400+) on Flickr. They are all under Creative Commons license - meaning, you can use them for free, for anything you want, as long as you give proper credit.
On YouTube you can find a a bunch of sim racing uploads. They are all under Creative Commons license - meaning, you can use them for free, for anything you want, as long as you give proper credit.
Or, if you are on the search for car related YouTube videos have a look at More Cars' subscription list. There are hundreds of free channels - from car magazines to motorsport, sim racing, design, tuning, car spotting and so on.
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Out of the 2771 car models variants that are stored in the More Cars database we know the peak power of 2528 of them. Summed up they reach a total of
This makes an average of 387 kW per car. The least powerful car has 2 kW, the most powerful 135,000 kW.