Monday, September 6, 2010

All Various of New Cars | 2010 Honda HSV-010 GT

2010 Honda HSV-010 GT - elegant design

Honda Motor Co., Ltd. introduced the Honda HSV-010 GT, which will compete in the GT500 class of the 2010 Super GT Series.
Honda HSV-010 GT Technical Specifications
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Honda HSV-010 GT - speed
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  • Dimensions
    • Length: 4675 mm
    • Width: 2000 mm
    • Vehicle weight: 1100+ kg
  • Engine
    • Engine name: HR10EG
    • Configuration: Liquid-cooled, naturally aspirated, longitudinal V8
    • V angle: 90°
    • Valve train: Gear-driven DOHC – 2 intake and 2 exhaust valves per cylinder
    • Displacement: 3397 cm3
    • Bore x stroke: 93.0 x 62.5 mm
    • Maximum output: 500 PS (370 KW)
    • Maximum torque: 392 Nm
    • Throttle control system: Mechanical
    • Fuel supply system: Programmed fuel injection system (Honda PGM-FI)
    • Fuel: Lead-free premium gasoline
    • Lubrication: Dry sump
  • Powertrain
    • Transmission mechanism: Constant mesh
    • Transmission shifting method: Steering paddle shifter
    • Steering system mechanism: Rack and pinion system with electric power steering (EPS)
  • Tires
    • front: 330/40R18
    • rear: 330/45R17
  • Brake type and mechanism: Hydraulic ventilated disc system
  • Suspension system: Double wishbone
  • Stabilizer: Torsion bar

Saturday, August 14, 2010

All Various of New Cars | Ford Thunderbird 1956

Ford Thunderbird 1956 front angle (click to view)
Ford Thunderbird 1956 front angle
Ford Thunderbird 1956 speed (click to view)
Ford Thunderbird 1956 speed
Ford Thunderbird 1956 top (click to view)
Ford Thunderbird 1956 top
Ford Thunderbird 1956 rear angle (click to view)
Ford Thunderbird 1956 rear angle

DEARBORN, Mich., The Ford Thunderbird is known for its classic design cues and the character of a true American sports car. But it also has 55 years of history to go along with that, and owners across the country comed together to celebrate. Nearly 300 Ford Thunderbirds and their owners headed to Dearborn, Mich., to honor the 55th anniversary of the classic car with a car show at Ford World Headquarters on Saturday, June 26. Drivers comed from more than 30 states, with several comed from Canada. “The Ford Thunderbird is one of the most iconic products in the history of the automobile,” said Jim Farley, Ford’s group vice president of Global Marketing. “Each generation of the Thunderbird had a unique personality that ushered in a new generation of breakthroughs in design or technology.” The event is hosted by The Water Wonderland Thunderbird Club, The American Road Thunderbird Club and The Thunderbird Nest. “We appreciate the passion so many have for the iconic Thunderbird and the Ford brand. The emotional connection that our owners have with Ford has always differentiated us,” Farley added. The Ford Thunderbird went on sale Oct. 22, 1954 – starting a legend that would grow with each generation of Thunderbird cars. Since then, the Thunderbird has included classic two-seaters, roadsters, convertibles and four-door models, as well as hardtops and sedans – more than 4.2 million of them.

Saturday, July 17, 2010

All Various of New Cars | Honda CR Z Sport Car

Honda CR Z Sport Hybrid Coupe (click to view)
Honda CR Z Sport Hybrid Coupe
Honda CR Z Sport Hybrid Coupe dashboard (click to view)
Honda CR Z Sport concept dashboard
Honda CR Z Sport Hybrid Coupe rear angle (click to view)
Honda CR Z Sport Hybrid Coupe

The all-new 2011 Honda CR-Z sport hybrid coupe, making its U.S. production debut at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, introduces sleek styling and sporty handling to the hybrid segment, American Honda Motor Co., Inc., announced today. "The CR-Z is a personal sport hybrid coupe for people with a spirit of adventure and an elevated sense of responsibility toward the environment," said John Mendel, executive vice president of sales for American Honda. "It's the first hybrid designed to maximize style and fun, in addition to efficiency and economy." Set to go on sale late summer in the U.S., the CR-Z is powered by a 1.5-liter i-VTEC engine with Honda's compact and lightweight Integrated Motor Assist (IMA) hybrid-electric system. The two-passenger CR-Z introduces a new three-mode drive system that allows the driver to select between Sport, Econ (Economy) and Normal driving modes. (Source: Honda)

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