Sunday, August 29, 2010

2010 Hummer H4

We don’t yet know what it will look like, but the General has officially confirmed the 2010 Hummer H4 – the smallest Hummer to date. Considering that Hummer sells about 3 times as many H3′s as it does H2′s, the sky is pretty much the limit for sales of the new baby Hummer.

When the Hummer first came out, it was all about being huge and unforgiving, with a big, macho image. Nowadays, most Hummer drivers cruise around in the H3, because it’s still got the Hummer attitude without the ridiculous size. When the H4 debuts, it could steal sales from people who would otherwise buy a Jeep Wrangler or something of that sort.

GM – Be warned though. Don’t go FWD with this new Hummer – it could ruin the Hummer brand. Stick with RWD / 4WD, and avoid the cute. If you do that, you’ll sell tons of these little things.

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Tuesday, August 24, 2010

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2010 Lotus Evora Pictures and Rview

Lotus has finally released the full information and a gallery of pictures for their latest sports car. The 2010 Lotus Evora was given the codename of Eagle, but the car has now been revealed at the British auto Show

The new Evora will take its place above the Elise and Exige S, Lotus hope that the new sports car will provide increased day-to-day usability. The new Evora will be larger than the Elise and Exige and will come with more creature comforts, Lotus hope that this will attract new buyers.

The Evora will have the same basic structure as other Lotus models; this means the car will have a mid-engine and will have a lightweight design. The rear window will stick with a sloped design and will come with a fixed roof, although a convertible is likely to come a little later.

The Evora will come in either a true two-seater or a 2+2 seating arrangement, Lotus warn that the rear seats will only be big enough for children to sit in.

The engine used in the Lotus Evora will be the Toyota 3.5-liter V-6; this comes with variable valve timing. The engine will produce 276 horsepower and will do 0-60 in less than five seconds; top speed is around 160mph.

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2010 lotus exige scura

Lotus Cars unveils its latest special edition - the Exige Scura, so called due to its dramatic matt black and carbon fibre theme, at the Tokyo International Motorshow on 21st of October 2009.

Translated as 'dark' from Italian, the name 'Scura' reflects the stealth character of this already fierce looking Lotus and its stunning soft-feel matt black paint finish. Limited to just 35 cars globally, this Exige evokes a desire to 'indulge your dark side'. This is a serious looking car and enhancements to performance and a reduction in weight from the production level Exige S means that the Exige Scura demands to be driven by a serious driver.

Contrasting high gloss 'Phantom Black' triple stripes run the length of the car and a carbon fibre front splitter, oil cooler inlet vanes, side airscoops and rear spoiler enhance the stunning distinction between the different textures and exaggerate the tactile quality of the velvety touch to the matt black paint finish.

Luke Bennett, Director of Lotus Cars said, "The Exige Scura is a stunning vehicle which offers an adrenaline fuelled experience and is a real head-turner! Our Exige customers choose Lotus because we deliver thrilling performance and dynamic design and this special edition fits the bill on both counts."

Continuing the dark 'Scura' appearance into the interior, carbon fibre is used extensively to compliment the exterior theme and reduce weight. The seats and centre console are crafted from carbon fibre and the handbrake and gear knob have a special anodized treatment which leaves the metal with an anthracite colour finish. All carbon fibre components have been beautifully finished in high-gloss clear lacquer allowing the weave to remain exposed which gives the cabin a raw and racy ambiance.

Whilst there is no doubt that this is a visually stunning car, the Exige Scura is not just about its looks – it begs to be taken on track, and its racing character encompasses poise, power and technology to make it a serious contender. Equipped with the most powerful engine in the Exige range and generating 260 PS, the Exige Scura achieves a top speed of around 245 km/h and reaches 0-100 kmh in just 4.1 seconds.

Other equipment fitted as standard to boost the Exige Scura's track credentials include:

• Launch control to ensure optimum performance from a standing start
• Variable slip traction control, enabling the driver to tune the car to track surface conditions and their own driving style
• Ohlins 2-way adjustable dampers for personalised ride and handling characteristics

Roger Becker, Vehicle Engineering Director, highlighted the performance of the Exige Scura, "There are very few cars in the world that turn in the performance of the Exige Scura without the penalty of very high fuel consumption and emissions. As with all Lotus sportscars we offer the best of both worlds – a zero to 100 km/h time of just over 4 seconds and a CO2 figure of 199 g/km; all this is down to light weight and a strict adherence to Lotus' core brand values."

Considering the performance on offer, the Exige Scura boasts impressive all round fuel economy with an Official European Combined Cycle figure of 8.5 litres/100 km and 6.5 litres/100 km on the Official European Extra Urban Cycle and emissions of 199 g/km of CO2.

Orders for the 'Lotus Exige Scura' will be accepted from 21 October 2009 in Europe, South Korea, Australia, South Africa, Thailand, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, New Zealand, Indonesia and Malaysia. This special edition will be available on the same basis in Japan known as the 'Lotus Exige Stealth'.

Technical Specifications
Engine: 1.8 litre four-cylinder
Aspiration: Supercharged
Maximum Power: 257 hp (192 kW) @ 8000 rpm
Maximum Torque: 174 lb-ft (236 Nm) @ 6000 rpm
Transmission: Six-speed manual
Drivetrain: Rear-wheel drive
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Tuesday, August 17, 2010

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