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Saturday, July 22, 2017

Beware do not carelessly touch this Ferrari!

The fastest car ever made by Ferrari to date is the Ferrari FXX K. This supercar is made for only 40 units and is specially used for racing on the tracks, and the power generated by this car engine is guaranteed to the make your heart beat fast while Inside.
Ferrari FXX K. (Picture from: http://engt.co/1wBtKFU)
Ferrari FXX K is equipped with a 12-cylinder engine with capacity of 6,300 cc, which is capable of generating power of 848 horsepower. However, the Ferrari engineers felt those numbers of power were not big enough, so they added electric motor that powered 187 horsepower.

So the total power generated by this super car is 1,036 horsepower with torque that is not less big, ie more than 900 Newton meters. However, you can not carelessly touch this car. In addition to possibly the owner does not allow, it can also cause you to die instantly from electric shock.
Rear side view of Ferrari FXX K. (Picture from: http://engt.co/1wBtKFU)
As reported by Jalopnik on Monday, July 17, 2017, there is a special fins on the Ferrari's supercar roof is used as a marker. If the lights on the fins are green, then the car is safe to touch. But, if the lights are red, do not ever dare to approach or touch. If you desperate to touch the car, then get ready to get a 480 Volt electric shock.
Those electrical shock that can arise due to the large amount of electricity generated by this car. Aside the power comes from its large-sized battery, the electric power of Ferrari FXX K is also produced from heat energy regeneration during car braking. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | JALOPNIK]
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Friday, July 21, 2017

Mazda RX9 will launch at the Tokyo Motor Show 2017?

Mazda is rumored to be bringing the latest version of their flagship sports car, the Mazda RX-9, at the Tokyo Motor Show 2017, which will be held in October.

Just like the previous generation, Mazda's RX series is equipped with a rotary engine. This machine has the advantage of conventional gasoline engines, especially in terms of the performance.
2015 Mazda RX-Vision Concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2u6qggK)
But unfortunately, the rotary engines are less popular among the public, due to the complex and costly maintenance. In fact, Mazda was rumored to be stopping the development of the machine.

According to rumors circulating, that the Mazda RX-9 takes the base of the RX-Vision concept car, which was introduced two years ago. And reportedly also used a rotary engine capable of producing power up to 400 horsepower, which is used to drive a car weighing 1.3 tons.
Rendering imaginary image of what could be said as 2017 Mazda RX-9 Concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2ugP71A)
As reported by Motor1 on Tuesday July 18, 2017, some reports say this car could be the most expensive Mazda vehicles ever made. With all the specs and features embedded, the RX-9 is expected to have prices reaching 8 to 10 million yen, or about Rp.1 billion. However, the RX-9 is cheaper than its two competitors, namely Nissan GT-R and Acura NSX.

The presence of the RX-9 was getting stronger thanks to a statement from Mazda's Chief Executive Officer, Masamichi Kogai who stating that Mazda will make a new sports car, after they finish presenting the latest MX-5 Miata some time ago. Let's wait and see for few next months. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MOTOR1 | CARBUZZ]
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Thursday, July 20, 2017

A special Mustang car inspired by WW2 legendary fighter

Mustang's name in the United States is famous for two different things, the Ford Mustang muscle car and the World War II P51 Mustang warplanes.

To combine two equally iconic Mustang names, Roush Performance launches a car figure named Roush P-51 Mustang, with an identical look like an airplane that inspires it.
2017 Roush P51 Mustang. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2tokFW5)
And Roush Performance itself is a Ford car specialist modifier, especially the Mustang, as well as those who are given responsibility for Ford's racing engines in NASCAR and GTLM.

As for Roush P-51 Mustang, the muscle car carries a standard Coyote V8 engine with a capacity of 5.0 liters, only now has been given additional 2.3 liters TVS supecharger. Do not stop there, Roush also provide increased power through the Roush stage 2 package, so that power skyrocketed to reach 727 hp.
Interior view of 2017 Roush P51 Mustang. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2uGtIC1)
Rear side view of 2017 Roush P51 Mustang. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2vgXw55)
To control that much power, Roush Mustang P-51 gets TrakPak axle, 3-way adjustable coilover, and Brembo brake package, and accompanied by a 19-inch rim wrapped by Continental ExtremeContact 295/35 ZR19 tires.
With all of those things, Roush Mustang P-51 is claimed as the most powerful muscle car on the planet and only made as many as 51 units is more fierce with spoiler, carbon fiber splitter, and a typical Roush Mustang bumper. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ROUSH PERFORMANCE | AUTOBLOG]
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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

This is the first Japanese passenger car

Not Toyota, Honda, Suzuki or Daihatsu, but Mitsubishi is the first time to have cars sold to Japanese society.

Mitsubishi has a factory located in Okazaki, Aichi, Japan. Around the factory there is a Mitsubishi Auto Gallery that contains vehicles in the early days of Mitsubishi. Well that's where we can see at a glance Mitsubishi car history.
1917 Mitsubishi Model A at Mitsubishi Auto Gallery. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2uuxCNZ)
The car is one of Mitsubishi's core businesses, in addition to cars, Mitsubishi also has other industries that are very large and diverse, ranging from ships, aircraft to rockets. Another business lines like food and fashion even Mitsubishi has it.

History of Mitsubishi actually began in the 1870s but they just made a real car in 1917, so in 2017 Mitsubishi Motors Corporations is already 100 years old. So what's the first car made by Mitsubishi? The car was Mitsubishi Model A. This car is inspired from European cars in that era. This car is also listed as the first mass-produced Japanese passenger car.

This car uses an engine with a capacity of 2,800 cc with a length of 3.8 meters and only produced as many as 30 units including the prototype. But unfortunately the model on display at this Museum was not the original model, but a replica of size 7:10. The replica in its original form are being borrowed.
Replica model of 1917 Mitsubishi Model A was rebuilt by West Coast Customs. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2uxW9Bi)
This year as Mitsubishi Motors' 100th anniversary celebration and collaborated with West Coast Customs the renowned American custom workshop, they revived the Mitsubishi Model A. The car will be built from the most advanced Mitsubishi platform today - the platform that produces the Outlander Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV).
Although the model was an old-school model, the car will have the latest features such as a highly efficient 2.0-litre gasoline engine and two high-performance electric motors, and Mitsubishi’s superior Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC) system, the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV delivers SUV capabilities and EV fuel economy. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | OTO-DETIK | WHEELS.CA]
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Tuesday, July 18, 2017

This is how the Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar looks

Aston Martin is still developing their latest hypercar AM-RB 001 with official name Aston Martin Valkyrie. Since the hypercar exhibited for the first time in July 2016, now Aston Martin with Red Bull Advanced Technologies and AF Racing project partners have been working intensively to develop aerodynamics, body styling and cockpit of this hypercar.
Marek Reichman of Aston Martin, Adrian Newey of Red Bull and the F1 driver Daniel Ricciardo was unveil the AM-RB 001 aka Aston Martin Valkyrie at Gaydon back 2016. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1c931m)
Now, Aston Martin began to leak the look of the Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar both exterior and interior. Aston Martin Valkyrie design form is indeed quite unique with a form that is more concerned with aerodynamics.

As written in a press release on Monday, July 17, 2017, this hypercar has an upper cockpit surface with a teardrop shape and the bottom chassis with a Venturi tunnel that extends and crosses the cockpit floor. Venturi tunnel is responsible for accommodating air passing under the car and forwarded to the rear diffuser.
Front three quarter of Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar as seen as on Aston Martin's press release on July 11, 2017. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2uz2i0I)
The Venturi tunnel section is key in generating downforce for Aston Martin Valkyrie. That way, the top of the car does not require additional aerodynamic devices that could damage the car's design aesthetics.
Front view of Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2uz2i0I)
Aston Martin Valkyrie has a headlight that gets inspired by the functionalities of Formula 1 car components. The headlights on this car are 30-40 percent lighter than the lightest Aston Martin production headlamps currently available.
Left side view of Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2uz2i0I)
Aston Martin logo badge in this car is also called lighter than the regular Aston Martin logo badge that is considered too heavy and a simple logo sticker not suitable for Aston Martin Valkyrie car's quality. The Aston Martin Design Team found an aluminum badge carved with chemicals that only had a thickness of 70 microns. That means it's 30 percent thinner than a human hair and 99.4 percent lighter than any other Aston Martin badge.
Rear side view of Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2uz2i0I)
From the photos released, on the car is not seen the rearview mirror because it has been replaced by the camera. With the camera, there will be no more aerodynamic disturbances due to the rearview mirror and make the driver's view almost undisturbed.
Interior view of Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2uz2i0I)
Dashboard view of Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2uz2i0I)
Turning to the interior, Aston Martin Valkyrie seat directly pinned to the chassis with the position of the legs stretched straight ahead, similar to the Formula 1 racing car and 24 Hours Le Mans Prototype. With this position, drivers and passengers will feel very safe and truly become one with the car. This car has a four-point safety belt as its standard.
The Aston Martin Design Team is highly focused on minimizing driver distraction and keeping the driver focused forward. To achieve this, the gearshift lever is placed on the steering wheel and all important information is displayed on one OLED screen. The car's steering wheel can be removed to help drivers enter and exit the car and function as an additional security device. Make it really like a real racing car. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ASTON MARTIN | MOTORTREND | JALOPNIK]
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Monday, July 17, 2017

Realizing the Future Sport Bike of CBR250RR

Loving futuristic things make Peterson Rivai successfully won the Honda Modif Contest 2016 on National Matic Class. Now, when he challenged to pour his idea on the Honda Dream Ride Project 2017, he again presents a future-themed motorcycle, which is named 'Future Sport Bike CBR250RR'.
Honda CBR250RR Custom Future Sport Bike by Peterson Rivai of Zone Modified Project Bandung for Honda Dream Project 2017. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2vs7RdJ)
"From the first I was interested in matters relating to the future, including for motorcycles. That's why I made the Future Sport Bike Concept because I like to fancy about future motorcycles," said the man who likes the science fiction movies to NaikMotor.

No half-hearted, to support the Future Bike concept view, the buider from Bandung-based workshop named Zone Modified Project is to make itself almost all the details on the motorcycle. Starting from the fairing, bodylight, rims, front forks, headlight, stoplamp, and turn lights at the end of the brake lever.
The Future Sport Bike concept is built because the builder likes to fancy about future motorcycles. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2vs1N4X)
According to Peterson, the difficulty in the manufacturing process is to unify the concept as a whole. Because Honda gave the requirement that the characteristics of a standard motorcycle must remain visible. There are two choices, tank and headlamp (fairing). If changing the tank then it should not change the headlamp and vice versa.
Rear side view of Honda CBR250RR Custom Future Sport Bike. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2vs1N4X)
"Most difficult to make a front girder. After that just combine the concept of design as a whole, between the tank, girder and fairing. Because the tank can not be changed. I choose a tank because if the bike use a standard headlamp will not fit the concept," he said.

For the body is 'matching' now turn to adjust the height of the air suspension. "If people see first will say, it's too short, can it run? So we use this air suspension. The point is to set the higher-lower position is difficult to fit the proportion of the body," he said.
After three months of making process, finally the Future Bike Concept completed and then introduced in Jogyakarta. However, Peterson admits he still wants more. "For the design is satisfied, but still feel there is less hell in detail. Yes because of time constraints actually," he concluded.

Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of two-wheeled monster and stay alive with the true safety riding. May God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops.... ••• [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | NAIK MOTOR]
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