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Fiat 500 Blackjack Special Edition

Fiat Italian company has unveiled new special edition Fiat 500 Blackjack. Even no certain details were revealed by the Fiat officials, the Italians presented two teasers for this special edition. As we told you, no technical details were revealed so we can analyze just the aesthetic level. The BlackJack name reinforces the character of this car: irreverent and mysterious. The 500 BlackJack is the first vehicle in this segment to offer the special paint. Named the Fiat 500 Blackjack, this unique urban mini-car comes with special features like the opaque black body finish, and various polished elements like whiskers, handles, mirror housings and door-plate. The 2010 Fiat 500 Blackjack has also received a set of 16 inch alloys wheels with a red frame station and red painted calipers on the 1.4-litre 100 bhp version.  At the interior Fiat 500 Blackjack comes with burnished silver inserts on the steering wheel and gear shift plus red or black leather seats. The black theme is present inside

Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon

Built on the Jeep plant in Toledo, Ohio, history, the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon check all want a mid-range ATV can have on a platform ready for the road. Double-locking Dana 44 differentials, automatic disconnection sway-bar, 4:01 low transfer case, skid plates, running boards and pieces 255/75 Goodyear Wrangler MT / R tires are really Wrangler Rubicon Trail-ready. Our test vehicle Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon standard hood is not as hard to quit as expected. However, intend to spend about 15 minutes of decompression and bending to turn your Wrangler into an open car with four doors. Fortunately, for shorter trips, Jeep continues to offer the flexibility to delete only the back windows or failure, just across the ceiling for a stylistic effect. Senior Rubicon model robustness factor significantly not pink Barbie Jeep. Studded tires and a slightly higher suspension give it a spare style, but the Rubicon large plate on each side of the hood to confirm that they know the best dea

Cien: A Brainchild Of Cadillac

The Cadillac Cien was first unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show. The concept behind this car is bound to take your breath away. Fully loaded, with a host of technological facilities, and designed with pure passion, this car spells ‘awesome’ like nothing else does! Beautiful is an understatement, this car is a KILLER!! To say the least, this car is a stunning piece of art. The body side of Cien has air inlets and outlets which are electronically controlled. These vents are somewhat similar to the Lamborghini Murcielago, says, various auto blogs. A blue glass cover gives this car a very sporty and hi-tech look. It is designed upon the F-22 Raptor Stealth Fighter Jet! It has spoilers which rise and fall according to the speed of the car. The wheels compliment the body superbly, with a 21 inch rear wheel, and a 19 inch front wheel. An Example Of Technological Brilliance! When it comes to technology, this car’s mantra goes somewhat like this, “you name it, and I got it”!  Starting with Night

Ferrari F50, Bigger Engine And More Advanced Structure

The Ferrari F50 was intended to be a Grand Prix car for the road but with a sports car body. With a big engine and a carbon fiber body structure it was a fantastic performer. Top speed was 207 mph just 6 mph faster than the F40, but it carved 2.0 seconds off the 0-100 mph time at only 8.0 seconds, neck-wrenching acceleration. Only 349 F50s built Although the F50 was shown in prototype form in 1991, it was some time before it emerged as a production car and then only 349 were built. Of course, the design was changed a lot before it went into production, but some features are the same as on a Grand Prix car. Inspired by the F40, the F50 was improved aerodynamically, and had its own looks. The fenders sweep rather lower than the center section of the body, and the headlamps sit behind plastic covers. New for Ferrari were the outlets from the radiator in the hood 30 years after Ford did it on the GT40. There are long air intakes in the flanks of the car, and the neat tail is topped by a hi

Pajero Sport Dakar 4×2 and 4×4 CKD

The CKD (Completely Knock Down) version of the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport continues to be developed by Mitsubishi Motor. After launching the Pajero Sport Ultimate as its first CKD variant in April 2017, Mitsubishi Motor officially launched the Pajero Sport Dakar 4×2 and Dakar 4×4 as the new CKD variants. So that the new Mitsubishi Factory, now assembles 3 variants of the Pajero Sport. The sales of the Pajero Sport, which are increasingly impressive, surpassing the Toyota Fortuner, have enabled this Pajero Sport to be produced locally. Even Mitsubishi Motor has a vision to produce all variants of the Pajero Sport domestically in the future. Mitsubishi took the opportunity to increase the Pajero Sport CKD feature from the difference in available production costs. So that Pajero Sport is getting richer in features and outperforming competitors. It is hoped that this large SUV will be more attractive to enthusiasts of the large 7-seater SUV. Additional Features Then what are the additional fe

Audi R8 V10, Four-Wheel Drive Coupled With Aluminum Frame And Racing Suspension

Seen in many a spy photo, the Audi R8 V10 takes the German marque up into the top of the supercar class, competing with Ferrari and Lamborghini, which of course is owned by Audi. However, the Audi looks so different from the Gallardo that the two cars will attract different buyers. Not the lightest of supercars, despite its aluminum frame and body, the Audi R8 V10 is nevertheless a very fast car, with a top speed of 196 mph, and the ability to reach 60 mph in about 3.8 seconds under that 4 second barrier. Audi R8 stylish teutonic design The new model looks almost exactly the same as the existing R8, except for a few minor differences such as the use of LED headlamps and wisder side cooling vents. It has a rear diffuser and oval exhaust pipes. As on the V-8, the engine is visible through the rear window. Overall, the Audi R8 is still a sleek, purposeful design in the Teutonic mold. Spoiled a little by the black side panels which break up the flowing lines. Inside you could be sitting in

Lamborghini Gallardo LP 550-2 Valentino Balboni

Here's a supercar that seems to break the Lamborghin mold: the Lamborghini Gallardo LP 550-2 Valentino Balboni has rear-wheel drive only, instead of the four-wheel drive on all the other models. The reason is simple: the car is named after Valentino Balboni, who has been testing Lamborghinis since 1967, and who has been closely involved in the development of all Lamborghini cars for many years. It was Balboni who took me out in the Gallardo Superleggera prior to my road test in Italy, and who drove using every ounce of energy that every aspect of the car had, and with great spirit at all times. Valentino Balboni, the great test driver, has just retired Balboni officially retired recently, and what better tribute to a kind and quiet man who is still a formidably fast driver? Balboni's favorite car was the Miura, which of course was rear-drive, and so he developed a style of driving suitable for very fast rear-drive supercars, and no doubt felt a little cramped in the four-wheel

Ignition System Functions

Many of today’s cars have a start/stop button to activate the ignition, reducing the problem of ignition failure, although certainly not completely. Whereas, most cars have an ignition switch with a tumbler, new cars require a simple push of the button to turn the car on and off. Spark & Ignition Regardless of whether you need a key to start your car or not, activating the ignition is the first step you’ll take to get your car started. The ignition ignites the fuel that is in the engine’s combustion chamber at the precise moment in the piston stroke to give your car power. Essentially, your engine mixes fuel and air and brings in a spark to create an explosion that starts your car.  Your ignition switch is just the beginning in a series of components that comprise your car’s ignition system and connects to the battery. The switch is connected to an ignition coil which is connected to a distributor, distributor cap, rotor, plug wires and spark plugs. Today’s cars use an engine contr

All New Honda Brio Does Not Use A New Engine

The All New Honda Brio made its debut at the Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show or GIIAS 2018 in August. Of the many changes made, Honda still maintains the same engine as the previous model, the 1.2 liter i-VTEC 4-cylinder engine. Even though the engine is the same as the previous model, performance and fuel efficiency problems continue. improved. Every year Brio continues to develop machines. Even though it is the same, Brio continues to improve it to make it more powerful and fuel efficient. The new All New Honda Brio model has bigger dimensions, but the engine is claimed to be powerful and fuel efficient. for example, improvements were made to a single valve with an expansion in the valve ratio (exhaust delay) for better fuel consumption, i.e. reducing friction in every part of the engine. The 1.2L i-VTEC engine, he added, also has an improved zigzag pattern on the piston structure for a lighter insertion process and has a slimmer cam chain, additional chain-tensioner and a