Special Collection of Concept Cars (part 5)

Sunday, November 28, 2010
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Special Collection of Concept Cars (part 4)

Monday, November 15, 2010
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Futuristic Bugatti

Sunday, November 7, 2010
Futuristic Bugatti Stratos Concept

The mesmerizing Buggati Stratos created by the French graphic designer affirms that it is favorable to let go the tech spec considerations to create a gem of a design. Bruno was inspired by the ever so beautiful Buggati Type 57 Atlantic and that inspiration did help him weave magic. Some design cues were also picked up from the Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Mille Miglia (for the front end) and Raymond Loewy’s locomotive designs. I must say that it for the first time I don’t really bother whether the Stratos will ever make the cut or not.










2010 Honda Fit

Saturday, November 6, 2010


Body Style:Hatchback
 
2010 Honda Fit Specifications


Fit Engine Performance & Fuel Economy

• Engine: 1.5L in-line 4 overhead cam with VVT ( 10.4 :1 compression ratio ; four valves per cylinder)

• Fuel: unleaded ( 87 octane)

• Fuel consumption: city= 28 (mpg); highway= 35 (mpg); combined= 31 (mpg); vehicle range: 329 miles

• Multi-point injection fuel system

• 10.6 gallon fuel tank

• Power: 117 HP ( 87 kW) @ 6,600 rpm; 106 ft lb of torque ( 144 Nm) @ 4,800 rpm
2011 Honda Jazz Hybrid


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2011 Honda Jazz Hybrid

2011 Honda Jazz Hybrid

2011 Honda Jazz Hybrid


Price Range:$15,700 - $17,260

Cliparts: Bertone Mantide (2010)

Thursday, November 4, 2010
Bertone Mantide (2010)
© Photographer: Anton Nesterov | Agency: Dreamstime.com Bertone Mantide (2010)
© Photographer: Anton Nesterov | Agency: Dreamstime.com Bertone Mantide (2010)
© Photographer: Anton Nesterov | Agency: Dreamstime.com Bertone Mantide (2010)
© Photographer: Anton Nesterov | Agency: Dreamstime.com Bertone Mantide (2010)
© Photographer: Anton Nesterov | Agency: Dreamstime.com

Toyota will offer first plug-in hybrid cars

Tuesday, November 2, 2010
To save the environment, more and more auto makers are moving into making hybrid-electric vehicles the type of vehicles that can feed on bio oil and use batteries alternatively, which the main objective is to improve fuel efficiency. Now, Toyota, as the leader of green auto makers, has announced that it’d build its first plug-in hybrid car by 2010. The plug-in hybrid is different from the current hybrid models, which allows recharging of the batteries from any ordinary power outlet. Conventional hybrids are recharged by power generated by the wheels.

The plug-in hybrid vehicle that is to be developed by Toyota, will run on lithium-ion batteries, instead of the nickel-metal hydride batteries that power the Prius and other Toyota models. The plug-in hybrid and lithium-ion powered vehicles are said to be capable of achieving fuel efficiency of 99.9 miles-per-gallon in electric mode. But it can only go up to 7 miles on pure battery power.




Toyota will unveil the models that will have plug-in hybrid versions available at the 2009 Detroit auto show. The new lithium-ion-equipped vehicles will first be made available to Toyota’s commercial customers — such as government agencies and corporations.




The announcement of Toyota is seen as a strong competitor to GM, which has also announced that they’d produce their own plug-ins around the same time.