Saturday, April 3, 2010

2011 Hyundai Sonata

2011 Hyundai Sonata red maroon
2011 Hyundai Sonata red

2011 Hyundai Sonata silver
2011 Hyundai Sonata silver

2011 Hyundai Sonata black
2011 Hyundai Sonata black
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Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Audi TT Wing

Wing in automotive is an aerodynamic device, the aim is for increasing resistance and / or produce a car down force or to provide aesthetic. In the wing angle of attack in some vehicles can be adjusted downward in order to enhance the unit's rear wheel, but it is the dual result of increased drag. The exact physics impact of the aerodynamics is the world's most protected secret in racing. Simulation and testing of both wings and wind tunnels are usually computationally expensive energy-intensive to run.

Spoilers are often confused with wings, conditions are often (but erroneously) used interchangeably. Performance cars usually use a spoiler rather than a wing. Racing Formula One car, such as the commonly used a spoiler / wing combination known as rear wing assembly. Although formally the same aircraft wing, the wing is usually used in the automotive industry upside down (for upside-down), and sometimes reversed (for backwards) comparison.

High-performance vehicles such as Audi TT see some benefit from properly tuned device drivers and wing installation, but your Audi look very cool, and that's what matters, right? In fact, because of your Audi TT or a front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, together with a strong seat Audi TT and even negative. Add the wings of a steep turn to a shortage of front-wheel drive vehicles will increase (front wheel to lose traction turn), so you probably want an aesthetic Audi TT Wing or an Audi TT Spoiler.








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Thursday, January 21, 2010

Lexus LFA Tracks

Lexus LFA Concept
Lexus LFA is a new flagship in the performance lineup.
Lexus LFA is one beautiful screamer. A picture of the front of a while Lexus LFA.
The Lexus LFA is powered by a 72° 4.8-liter V10 engine equipped with dual VVT-i carrying the 1LR-GUE designation with a maximum output of 560 PS (412 kW) delivered at 8,700 rpm. Its maximum torque output of 354 lb·ft (480 N·m) arrives at 6,800 rpm, 90 percent of which is available from 3,700 rpm. The engine redlines at 9,000 rpm, but with a fuel cutoff set at 9,500 rpm.

Lexus LFA show
Lexus LFA is finally here at the. All of which makes it harder to stomach that the car shown here isn't expected to reach customer garages until early 2011. The specifications of the new rear-drive Lexus supercar are impressive enough: a 4. 8-liter v10 with 560 ps (552 bhp), 354 lb-ft torque, a zingy 9,000 rpm redline, six-speed sequential gearbox, 0-62 mph in 3. 7 seconds, and a top speed of 202 mph. It looks amazing too, both in. Gallery: see Lexus lf-a photos.
Lexus LFA is capable of 202 mph. But here are 10 things we bet you don't know. Two separate ducts route intake noise into the firewall from the intake manifold, allowing two different octaves of engine music to penetrate the passenger compartment. As a result, the LFA's engine note dominates the driving experience. Developed in conjunction with Yamaha's musical instrument division, engineers tuned the LFA's engine note the same way sound is tuned in an ovation guitar. Uniquely shaped ribs in the intake manifold cover are designed precisely to produce a pleasing engine note.

Lexus LFA Supercar
Lexus LFA is powered by a bespoke, high-revving 552bhp 4. 8-liter naturally aspirated v10 engine, matched to a rear-mounted six-speed sequential automatic transmission, giving 200mph-plus performance. In the words of chief engineer Haruhiko Tanahashi: "the Lexus LFA is a thoroughbred supercar, a machine engineered to achieve a single goal - to deliver a supreme driving experience. Over the past decade we have pushed every boundary in pursuit of this goal and i believe we have created the most driver-orientated car we possibly could. Keeping the car's weight to an absolute minimum was one of the defining elements in the development of the Lexus LFA and this led to the decision to switch from using aluminum for the car's construction to advanced carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) for the chassis and bodywork. Moreover, Lexus decided the CFRP structure should be built in-house rather than by a third-party supplier. In doing so, it drew on Toyota motor corporation's heritage in textile weaving technology to push the boundaries of its technical abilities, developing new carbon fiber looms and a laser system for monitoring the integrity of the material.

Lexus LFA Roadster
Lexus LFA is the powerplant, which consists of a high-revving, mid-mounted, 552 horsepower, 4. 8-liter v10 engine mated to a six-speed paddle-shifted transmission, giving the LFA a top speed of 202 mph. Power will be routed strictly to the rear wheels, and carbon-ceramic brakes ensure the car's ability to stop on a dime. The interior seats two, and is finished with carbon fiber accents, a futuristic floating center console, and some of the coolest gauges this side of Aston Martin. Lexus is taking orders for the LFA beginning today, with a price tag of around $350,000 - $375,000, depending on options. A fairly steep price, but considering its rarity, could instantly turn into a collector car. Check out the photo gallery below.

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