Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Hyundai Atoz In Style

Hyundai Atoz
Hyundai Atoz
Hyundai Atoz

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

New Nissan R34 GTR Motorsport JAPO

 Motorsport JAPO used to buy the Nissan R34 GT-R, brought in addition to the basic structure, followed by redevelopment are very complex – is closely modeled on the legendary Z-track in terms of technology and appearance. Recovery of 100 percent from a high performance coupe, took 3.5 months, the results are truly amazing.

New Nissan R34 GT-RJAPO Motorsport aesthetic the allegorical RB26DETT beeline six butt engine bi-turbo motor with a butt accommodation of 2.5 litres butt accommodation application the finest HKS components. To name but a few, two GT RS turbo chargers are now alarming into the cylinders with able 1.5 bar boost, sparking off a accurate hell fire. The intercooler, elbows, bisected pipe, antagonism assimilation and alcove kit, injectors, agitation plugs and butt arch gaskets are aswell fabricated by HKS. An HKS Fcon Pro standalone engine administration arrangement is amenable for the agitation process. Due to its ARC-4 inch titanium bankrupt system, you will already apprehend the JAPO-Skyline from far. Performance altitude resulted in able 523 PS and 597 Nm – on the wheel!

Real NISMO Z-tune 9.5×18 inch 5 batten auto are alternating in the GT-R caster housing. Once they are heated, the Toyo Proxes R888 semi slicks in 265/35R18 action an acutely top akin of anchor which should about not be activated to the banned by amateur drivers. The consecutive braking arrangement of the R34 GT-R is generally scolded. However, afterwards the accession of a stoptech anchor with 355/35 millimetre discs and four-piston callipers in foreground as able-bodied as 355/32 millimetre discs and two-piston callipers on the rear axle, JAPOS’s “new vehicle” now offers deceleration ethics to accomplish the passengers’ eyeballs bulge.

The car shown, the no. 1 of an copy bound to 20 pieces (just like the admirable original) is for sale. For EUR 89,900, which is absolutely adapted accustomed the elaborate, new construction, the absolute Skyline could be yours.

Saturday, April 12, 2014

Toyota Vios - To the EXTREAM of CUSTOM-MADE Body Kits

Below are the photos of some extreme custom-made body kits for Toyota Vios at one of the autoshow 2009.
Very Nice and Clean yellow Vios with wide body kits.

The back of the yellow toyota vios with smoked rear lamp

Special gold colour with diffuser in front.

All black design with black headlamp and lexus emblem on the grill.

Vios design from b1bodykit club
This first model of toyota vios fully painted with airbrush and fitted completely with toyota vios DAMD bodykit.

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Perana Sports Car Z-One

South Africa is quickly becoming a hotbed for sports car development, with two new performance machines being announced in the country in just as many weeks. Built through collaboration between Zagato, the Milanese coachbuilders, and Perana Performance Group, the Z-One features a tubular and box section chassis with room for two passengers. Tucked among the exotica at Concorso Italiano  was the new Zagato-styled, Hi-Tech-built and Superfomance-sold, Perana Z-One sports/GT.
2011 Perana Sports Car Z-One
The Perana sports car Z-One is designed in Italy, powered by American muscle and manufactured in South Africa. The "Z" stands for Zagato, Chief Designer Norihiko Harada using the Italian design house's DNA to form a dynamic supercar.
The sports car Perana Z-One will go on sale in the U.S. through Superformance after its Concorso Italiano debut in August. American buyers will get an allocation of just 99 units, so you probably won’t be seeing one parked outside of your local trattoria any time soon.
2011 Perana Sports Car Z-One is beautiful. And the build quality is exquisite. The panel gaps put all the high-priced Italian vehicles surrounding it to shame. The styling is definitely that of a European GT.
2011 Perana Sports Car Z-One 
The 6.2L V8 engine generates 440hp (328kW) and 430lb-ft of torque (583Nm) of torque, and redlines at 6,600rpm. That's enough to scoot the 2,630lb (1,195kg) car to 62mph (100km/h) in an estimated sub-4 second time. Big brakes - 325mm up front, 305mm in the rear - slow things down again, while unequal length A-arms, Bilstein shocks and Eibach springs at all four corners handle the curves.
The drivetrain comes from Chevy, the Corvette's 6.2-liter V-8 delivering 440 bhp to the rear wheels. The Z-One also uses the Vette's 6-speed manual gearbox, but the tubular space frame has been engineered in South Africa. Perana claims 0–60 mph in just 4 seconds.
2011 Perana Sports Car Z-One is the limited production, because the gorgeous body of each Perana Z-One will be handbuilt in Italy by coachbuilder Zagato and then shipped in pieces to South Africa where there are attached to the vehicle’s chassis. The Z-One's chassis has been completely conceived and designed by Perana engineers in South Africa, despite the engine sourced from General Motors.

Monday, April 7, 2014

Aston Martin DB9 Coupe Road Test

2007 Aston Martin DB9 Coupe

To put it plainly, while Ferraris and Lamborghinis are almost toy-like and tend to put out that “compensating” image, Aston Martins are beautifully crafted confidence machines. Sitting behind the wheel of the DB9 oozes one thing. Confidence. And that’s mainly due to the car’s subtle yet outstanding looks.


Think of it this way, the Ferraris and Lamborghinis of today will look outdated and ridiculous in 10 years time, while the DB9 will still look the part. Instead of going for a futuristic look, Aston Martin has styled the DB9 to be the best looking Grand Tourer on the planet today. A timeless shape.
The DB9 doesn’t have to shout with its looks, like a patient predator, the DB9 can sit calmly next to a café as you enjoy a drink, but when its time to go, it will turn every head with its presence. Initially when we picked up the Aston we nearly walked right past it, it’s a case of a double-take with the DB9, you look, and then you look again and realise that you have just laid eyes upon a masterpiece.

2007 Aston Martin DB9 Coupe

The design was started by Ian Calum and finished by Henrik Fisker. What these two men created is arguably the best looking Aston Martin to date. Far more sophisticated and graceful than the DB7. You can look at it in every which way you want, you can even hang upside down from a tree if you want to, the DB9 is stunning from the front, side and rear.


While driving around Sydney, it was obvious the DB9 was a little more conspicuous than our last supercar, the Murcielago. If you’re wondering why you would fork out $350,000 for a subtle looking DB9 over, say, a Lamborghini Gallardo ($400,000) which looks like a spaceship from Area 51, it’s good to stop here and put a big line between the Italian supercars and the DB9.
Here is the truth, while the Murcielago, Gallardo and F430 are all exceptional cars in their own right, the DB9 is a different car altogether. For so long Porsche has dominated the everyday supercar market with the 911 and although the DB9 sits above the 911 in every respect, the concept is the same. The DB9 is what 911 owners dream of and what Ferrari/Lambo owners wish they had bought, it is the ultimate GT car that you can drive from Brisbane to Sydney (try that in your Gallardo) and straight onto a race track the next day.

2007 Aston Martin DB9 Coupe

If you want to compare looks to Grand Tourers from the Italians, let’s have a look at the Ferrari 612 Scaglietti:

2007 Aston Martin DB9 Coupe
2007 Aston Martin DB9 Coupe
From the outside you can instantly recognise the DB9 as an Aston Martin thanks to the marque’s trademark radiator grille and powerful rear haunches. It’s a sign of the times; Aston Martin is producing a stunner of a car while the rest of the world is concerned with futuristic styles that tend to be a hit-and-miss affair.
If you’re still not convinced the DB9 is the best looking Grand Tourer on the planet today, all you have to do is park it in a busy street filled with trendy cafes and wait for the comments. Instead of the regular “Oh my, that looks nice & expensive… he must be having a midlife crisis” comments that you get with a Ferrari & Lambo, with a DB9 expect the “Sorry to interrupt sir, but I just wanted to tell you that I absolutely adore your car…” comments instead.
As if performance, handling, a remarkable interior and the sound of a V12 wasn’t enough, rest assured, the DB9’s mesmerising looks will win over not only the ladies but the respect of all car lovers and art critiques as well.
Inside the DB9:
Moran leather sofas are expensive purchases, around $9000 for a two-seater. The leather is some of the finest in Australia and I’m told, will last a lifetime.
But you won’t find Moran leather in the Aston Martin DB9. No sir. This fine Scottish leather is from a company called Bridge of Weir, which has been manufacturing leather since 1758!


They do the leatherwork in the DB9, private jets and very large yachts, the kind that only Arab oil tycoons can afford.
Its not just the leather seats, there are acres of Bridge on Weir Chancellor Red leather inside the DB9. The dash, the doors, the facia, its everywhere and its all hand stitched.


The 700w high-end sound system in the DB9 is by LINN, another bespoke company also based in Scotland. Must be all that delicious fried black pudding that produces such dedicated craftspeople.


Linn Turntable
The sound is astonishing but to tell you the truth, I couldn’t read the tiny print on the audio buttons without my reading glasses.
Titanium coloured aluminium features are a superb contrast to the leather and are again featured throughout the car. The door openers are especially tasty.
Door trim in the test car was the optional Piano Black look, which sat well with the other materials making for a thoroughly contemporary look.
The detail is extraordinary. When I first closed the door, I felt the softest suede on the inside edge of the door handle.
I’m not entirely sold on starter buttons but the polished cut glass unit in the DB9 could only be described as beautiful.
Sitting in the driver’s seat of the Aston for the first time borders on a religious and divine experience, such is the history and reputation behind this car company.
Trivia (When I was last in the UK in 2002, I drove without Sat Nav for 5 hours in an attempt to locate Aston Martin’s (now old) HQ at Newport Pagnel. We ended up arriving at this little village at 10.30pm with not a single Aston in sight. That is, until I decided to climb the fortress like high wooden gates to the service area and behold, one of the greatest collections of Aston Martin cars of all time).


As you submerge into the racing style seats, which are infinitely more comfortable than they look, you are sitting at the lowest point possible without being in a go kart. Low centre of gravity seat placement is crucial for balance. Don’t go looking for the electric seat controls in the usual spot though – they’re not there. Aston has placed them in full view of driver and passenger beside you on the centre stack. A far more useful location.



The DB9 is a large car with sizeable dimensions but it’s shorter than both a Jaguar XK and the Maserati Quattroporte. It’s a true 2 + 2 so there’s room in the rear for two small kids or one very slim adult with size 8 feet.
No matter how high the price tag – there is almost always an options list when it comes to exotic marques. Not sure about the Rolls Royce Phantom though, I’ll get back to you on that.
Aston Martin is no different, although standard kit is reasonably complete. Features include; leather and walnut trim, memory seats with exterior mirrors, 11 way electric seats which are heated, auto temperature control (dual zone), organic electroluminescent display (crystal clear day and night no matter what the light conditions), satellite navigation (it does the job, but not the best system we have used, although it’s hidden inside the fascia until you need it), powerfold mirrors, alarm system and of course an umbrella and holder for the London weather we have experienced this winter in NSW.
There’s also a battery disconnect switch and a battery conditioner for the no doubt, frequent overseas trips that Aston owners take.
Standout options are the Sports Pack and LINN 950 W audio system.

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Lamborghini Reventon Pics Specification

Lamborghini Reventon

 Lamborghini Reventon
Lamborghini Reventon Picture
 Type :Lamborghini Reventón
Years built :2007 - 2008
Production :Limited to 20 units
Chassisnr. :n.a.
Presentation :September 2007 IAA Frankfurt
Type of car :Two door coupe, two seater berlinetta
Designed by :Lamborghini Centro Stile
Built by :Automobili Lamborghini SpA

Wheelbase :2665 mm (104.92 in)
Overall length :4700 mm (185.04 in)
Overall width :2058 mm (81.02 in) 2215 mm (87.20 in) including external rear-view mirrors
Overall height :1135 mm (44.69 in)
Front track :1635 mm (64.37 in)
Rear track :1695 mm (66.73 in)
Ground clear. :n.a.
Front overhang :1080 mm (42.52 in)
Rear overhang :955 mm (37.60 in)
Weight :1665 kg (3670.7 lb)
Distribution :n.a. front / rear

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Hamann Super Sports Cars Victory II

2010 Hamann Super Sports Cars Victory II
German tuning house Hamann, Hamann Victory is presented based on the super sports cars Lamborghini Gallardo first, and its latest projected, dubbed the Victory II, is a prime example.
Based off the Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4, the 2010 Hamann Super Sports Cars Victory II features a completely new look thanks to all new body panels, functional roof inlet, rear wing and 20-inch Hamann wheels. The car body becomes broader and the engine performance as well as the amount of carbon parts is significantly increased.
2010 Hamann Super Sports Cars Victory II
Hamann car equips the Victory II with 20 inch Edition Race rims with a special varnish in order to emphasize the new dynamic look. At the same time, the reduced unsprung masses improve the handling and the acceleration and braking response. The recommended wheel/tyre combination is 9.5Jx20 inches with 235/30ZR20 tyres at the front and 13Jx20 rims with 325/25ZR20 tyres at the back.
The back of the car is enhanced by a diffuser and a newly designed rear wing which pushes the car onto the road at high speeds. Hamann offers the rear wing either in fibre glass or the ultra light and persistent carbon. On top of that, a carbon layer can be applied to the bonnet.
With the LP560-4 already producing 552 bhp and 398 lb-ft torque, Hamann decided to do only minor modifications to the 5.2L V10. New engine programming results in 20 more horsepower and an additional 26 lb-ft, resulting in a new top speed of 204 mph. Therefore, the 2010 Hamann Super Sports Cars Victory II reaches an impressive 328 km/h top speed. The impressive V10-Sound turns even more remarkable by applying an end muffler to the serial end pipes.
2010 Hamann Super Sports Cars Victory II
The interior of the 2010 Hamann Super Sports Cars Victory II is enhanced by a 14-part carbon set which includes decorative blends, the steering wheel and the door openers. The Hamann-sports seats with the carbon back render a perfect seating position.
2010 Hamann Super Sports Cars Victory II

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