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Saturday, July 11, 2020

The most ferocious Lambo roadster is launched and already sold out

Lamborghini, one of Italy's premium sports car manufacturers, is launching a new variant in the super-electrification range. Yes, on Thursday, July 8, 2020, the raging bull logoed car manufacturer officially launched the Lamborghini Sián Roadster.😎
Lamborghini Sián Roadster officially launched at July 8, 2020, and only built 19 units already sold out. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3fmB2qg)
Like the previous Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 Coupe variant, which was introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2019 and which was produced by the Italian manufacturer in limited numbers, only 63 units. Now when the version of the Lamborghini Sián roadster is launched, the manufacturer says it will also be produced in a more limited number, which is only 19 units.
The Lamborghini Sián Roadster, which was built using the Aventador SVJ platform, can be customized according to the wishes of its owners in the Lamborghini Centro Stile(Picture from: https://bit.ly/3fmB2qg)
By carrying the hybrid system, the Lamborghini Sián Roadster beside uses a V12 engine, it also uses 48 Volt electric motor so make its power more violent. How could that be, the V12 engine developed by Lamborghini for the Sián was able to produce power equivalent to 785 horsepower as well as being the largest in the history of the Italian raging bull manufacturer. The Sián Roadster also gets an additional 34 horsepower power from its hybrid system. 
Lamborghini Sián Roadster uses the hybrid system that consisted of a V12 engine and 48 Volt electric motor(Picture from: https://bit.ly/3fmB2qg)
In total Sián can be produced the power equivalent to 819 horsepower. The power is channeled through the 7-speed ISR (Independent Shifting Roads) transmission system to its 4-wheel drive. And now the numbers of Lamborghini Sián Roadster acceleration from 0 to 100 kph in less than 2.8 seconds and reach a maximum speed of more than 350 kph.

Unlike other hybrid cars, the Sián does not use batteries. Instead, the Lamborghini electric system uses a supercapacitor which is claimed to have more energy than an ordinary battery. The company said that the supercapacitor unlike batteries can be charged immediately in a faster time and can draw energy as in the braking process. Supercapacitor also does not run out as easily as battery capacity, so it can be used in millions of times the energy charging.
In total Lamborghini Sián Roadster can be produced the power equivalent to 819 horsepower(Picture from: https://bit.ly/3fmB2qg)
The Lamborghini Sián Roadster, which was built using the Aventador SVJ platform, can be customized according to the wishes of its owners in the Lamborghini Centro Stile. And the figure of the car at the launch event appeared in the Blu Uranus color which was mentioned as a result of the color combination of sky blue and green field. Whereas the rims are given a color called Oro Electrum, as the color chosen for Lamborghini electrification.

The dimensions are not much different from the previous version of Lamborghini Sián. The roadster variant has a length of 4,980 mm, a width of 2,265 mm, a height of 1,133 mm, and using a carbon fiber monocoque chassis so that it has a fairly lightweight, although it was not revealed specifically by Lamborghini.
Unfortunately, Lamborghini still has not revealed the price of the Sián Roadster. As quoted from Motor1, the estimated price of this roofless supercar is translucent at the US $3.7 million or around Rp.53 billion. Are you interested to buy it? If yes. It's too late because the most ferocious Lamborghini roadster variant is already sold out.😿 *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MOTOR1]
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Sunday, July 5, 2020

Is this Yamaha dream supercar?

Beginning in 1992, Yamaha sparked the idea of ​​making a ferocious supercar with an abundance of technology owned by Formula 1 cars by launching the Yamaha OX99-11 V12 concept. At that time, the Japanese giant manufacturer that was famous for its motorcycle products was a supplier of Formula 1 engines and decided to use one of its F1 engines.(You see it on the video below).
The fierce appearance of the Yamaha OX-2020 supercar concept designed by Gaspere Conticelli. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2BDJgLU)
The Japanese manufacturer partnering with IAD's English engineering consultant to make this sports car a reality, the OX99-11 V12 model was created with a power capacity of a 3.5 liter V12 with a power kick of 400 hp at 10,000 rpm and combined with a six-speed manual gearbox. Even so, it's unfortunate because this car never reached the production line.
Front section view of the Yamaha OX-2020 supercar concept designed by Gaspere Conticelli. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2BDJgLU)
Turning to 2020, an automotive designer named Gaspere Conticelli, resumed the form of the successor to the supercar who had been born dead with the nickname Yamaha OX-2020. Like one of the three OX99-11 V12 prototypes built, the OX-2020 has a red bandage and has a very unusual design.
Dashboard section view of the Yamaha OX-2020 supercar concept designed by Gaspere Conticelli. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2BDJgLU)
The most obvious similarity with its predecessor is the split front bumper design that functions as a wing, to produce maximum downforce pressure. The design version of the OX-2020 refers to as a mid-engined sports car, the sides have a large air intake while there is also a prominent roof scoop. 
Rear section view of the Yamaha OX-2020 supercar concept designed by Gaspere Conticelli. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2BDJgLU)
What's interesting is the sleek cockpit that seems to have the same two-seat arrangement as the OX99-11 V12, while the similarity between the two continues at the rear, with thin cooling vents on the engine cover and quad taillight.
Although this independent design illustration has not been officially approved by Yamaha, but overall, this supercar is very suitable to carry the name of Yamaha to fight with its rival, Honda which first had a lineup of sports cars. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | TECHEBLOG | CARSCOOPS]
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Sunday, June 21, 2020

The Ultima RS is ready to hit the road soon

As we all knew, that in July last year, one of the British (road-legal version) racing car makers, Ultima Sports launched its latest 'mechanical beast' named Ultima RS. No half-hearted, the Hinckley-based company created this supercar with remarkable acceleration ability from rest to 100 kph only in 2.3 seconds.
Most of the Ultima RS body that already utilizes carbon fiber material so as to be able to cut the weight to the level of downforce and the best drag coefficient. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2V0peSl)
What is the secret? This capability could be happened because the supercar uses a Chevrolet V8 LT5 engine that is capable of spewing maximum power up to 1,200hp, where all the power is then channeled to its rear wheels, through the Porsche-made 6-speed manual transmission system.

But don't expect any automatic transmission options would applied on this beast, especially the newer variants developed by Porsche, the Porsche Doppel Kupplungs getriebe (PDK) or Porsche Double-Clutch Transmission. According to Ultima Sports, due to the automatic transmission is not suitable to represent the Ultima RS power.
Ultima RS also offers a variety of luxury for the supercar that is comfortable when driving on public roads. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2AFO5UD)
"The PDK system seen in many new Porsche cars is currently incompatible with the Ultima ethos, which is primarily designed to maximize driver involvement and to provide a Le Mans racing-style sensation experience on the roads," said Ultima Sports.
2020 Ultima RS uses a Chevrolet V8 LT5 engine that is capable of spewing maximum power up to 1,200hp coupled with he Porsche-made 6-speed manual transmission system. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2AFO5UD)
The designing and building with aerodynamic levels of race cars is almost no different even about the weight. Most of the body that already utilizes carbon fiber material so as to be able to cut the weight to the level of downforce and the best drag coefficient.
Ultima RS has a price tag of around $120,000 (the fully-loaded version) for those interested to have it. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2AFO5UD)
Then the matter of functionality, the British company said it remained a focus. Furthermore, Ultima Sports also offers a variety of luxury for the supercar that is comfortable when driving on public roads, ranging from air conditioning, Alpine infotainment and navigation units with Bluetooth, rear camera, parking sensors, heated windscreen, specially comfortable and ergonomic designed seats and layered by the Alcantara genuine leather.
As reported by Hyperbeast, after making its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​2019 last year, then the Ultima RS continued to the production phase which would later be marketed with a price tag of around $120,000 (the fully-loaded version) for those interested to have it. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ULTIMA SPORTS | HYPERBEAST]
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Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Peek two Vauxhall's rare classic supercars

You certainly remember to the British automotive manufacturer named Vauxhall Motors. Historically, the company is debuted as a maritime equipment manufacturer founded in 1857 by Alexander Wilson. The Luton-based manufacturer began manufacturing cars in 1903. As quoted by Wikipedia, now the company is registered as General Motors UK Limited and is an affiliate of Adam Opel AG, which is equally owned by General Motors (GM).
1970 Vauxhall SRV and 1966 Vauxhall XVR concept cars. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/30sM3Bu)
Of the many cars that have been made by this manufacturer, there are several concept cars that can be said to be very interesting and unique. On this occasion, we will discuss 2 unique concept cars from Vauxhall that were made in the 1960s and 1970s. And, these two historic Vauxhall concepts that have not been seen outside its Luton-based Heritage Centre for nearly two decades.

1. 1966 Vauxhall XVR Concept
The XVR concept shown for the first time at the 1966 Geneva Salon, and the name stands for the eXperimental Vauxhall Research prototype. When it was exhibited, the Vauxhall XVR which had a front fascia resembling a shark's snout inspired by the Mako Shark II concept car, so many consumers were amazed.
1966 Vauxhall XVR Concept has designs inspired by the Mako Shark II XP 830 concept and debuted at the 1966 Geneva Salon(Picture from: https://bit.ly/3dPZqQe)
The XVR was largely the work of David Jones, Vauxhall's charismatic head of design in the 1960s, and included Wayne Cherry, John Taylor, Leo Pruneau, and Judd Holcombe. Besides that the car also featuring gullwing doors, pop-up headlights, and all-independent suspension, and the XVR's unique dash treatment was used to test reaction to ideas they had for the later Firenza model.

There were 3 XVR prototypes were built in total. Where 2 units were glass fiber rolling mockups with no engine, while the rest was a fully functional example with a metal body built by Motor Panels of Coventry. 
1966 Vauxhall XVR Concept is powered by a front-mid mounted 2.0L Slant-4 engine for the power of 100 bhp. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3dPZqQe)
The single fully functional XVR is powered by a front-mid mounted 2.0 L Slant-4 engine producing around 100 bhp (75 kW; 101 PS) and the car was able to reach a top speed of over 100 mph (160 km/h). But unfortunately, this car was never meant to be marketed and its fate stopped as the concept car. 

2. 1970 Vauxhall SRV Concept
This concept was joining the XVR will be another wholly in-house Vauxhall concept. And the radical SRV (Styling Research Vehicle) first shown at the 1970 Earls Court Motor Show. The car has the sleek, imposing shape belies its four-door practicality. This concept was the work of Wayne Cherry, the Vauxhall Chief Designer in the 1970s.
1970 Vauxhall SRV Concept designed by Wayne Cherry and debuted at the 1970 Earls Court Motor Show(Picture from: https://bit.ly/2Yn9jhw)
Although the car appeared to have 2 doors, in fact, it had 4 doors and 4 seats. The car's controls were mounted in the driver’s door. The car concept also featured a transversely mid-mounted engine and the car was constructed in GRP (glass reinforced plastic).
There were many advanced features embedded into it, such as an aerofoil nose, electric self-leveling suspension, and a 'manometer' to measure the air pressure on the car's hull, the SRV illustrated Vauxhall's forward-thinking technology stance that endures to this day. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | WIKIPEDIA | AUTOMOBILES REVIEW | CARSTYLING.RU]
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Sunday, May 31, 2020

Here's the first McLaren road car

If you are a true automotive enthusiast, surely know the following premium car brand, McLaren.  Well, the Woking-based company continues to produce exotic super cars until now. And on this occasion will be discussed the first car made by this manufacturer, the McLaren M6GT.
1967 McLaren M6GT is the first McLaren road-legal car built on the M6B racing car. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2XKoQrt)
And of course you also know the person whose name is pinned on that marque. He is Bruce McLaren, a very special man in the modern automotive world, who was originally known as a reliable racer, he is also a brilliant designer and has many talented engineers around him, so that makes him always ready for any career challenges in his life.

So it is not surprising that in 1964 he began designing, building and selling the McLaren racing cars, both the Formula Grand Prix and other sports racing cars ranging from various Can-Am under his own name.
1967 McLaren M6GT used a rear-mounted standard Chevrolet V8 five-liter engine. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2XKoQrt)
In 1967 the McLaren M6 Can-Am model was almost invincible, as the "Bruce & Denny [Hulme]" show dominated this lucrative North American series through 1971. Then he began to draft his main project concept to build an iconic road machine based on his racing cars.

In early 1970, he prepared a prototype merging one of the empty M6GT bodies with a stock M6B chassis and a Bartz-tuned Chevrolet engine. Registered OBH 500H, Bruce's personal ride had an estimated top speed of 165mph, and some quirky features, like manually operated lights that were raised and lowered using finger holes in the leading edge of the pods. It was also rather loud, based on this footage shot in Canada in 1971 of another M6GT.

For the car's building process, he got an assistance from one of the most reliable chassis builders, John Collins (known for his work with John Wyer and the Ford GT40 project). Literally, the McLaren M6BGT is a semi-civilized Can-Am car that is not at all easy to drive but it was fun to make speed once you are behind the wheel.
1967 McLaren M6GT able to accelerate from 0 to 100 mph in about eight seconds, and of course with fantastic handling. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2XKoQrt)
This car has a wheelbase of 93.5" and uses a rear-mounted standard Chevrolet V8 five-liter engine, that will accelerate from 0 to 100 mph in about eight seconds, and of course with fantastic handling. Besides that the car also featured with four Weber carburetors, forged crankshafts, roller bearing camshafts, Carello rods, aluminum pistons, five-speed Hewland DG 300 transaxle, independent front and rear suspension with fabricated A-arms and coil-over shocks, front and rear anti-sway bars, monocoque chassis with fiberglass panels attached to aluminum bulkheads, Girling ventilated four wheels disc brakes.
After that two further GTS were built by Trojan Cars, which has been franchised by McLaren to build their custom racing cars. While Trojan released a statement that they might market a road-going version of the M6GT, the project got shelved forever on June 2, 1970, when Bruce McLaren passed away after hitting a bunker that was used as a flag station at the Goodwood Circuit while testing his M8D Can Am prototype.😢 As we all know, the late Bruce McLaren only managed to drive as far as 1,900 miles of his personal M6GT, and Trojan Cars never got to build a further 249.

Today, there's came another bad news from the Woking-based manufacturer are experiencing financial difficulties due to the COVID-19 pandemic, so it had to mortgage offices, factories and historic car collections. But despite all of that, the world's automotive enthusiasts only able to hope that the company able to keep run well and continues to make happened the Bruce McLaren's vision and ideas. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ROAD AND TRACK] | THIS IS MONEY]
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Wednesday, May 27, 2020

The Legend 480 intended to bring the TVR sportscar big-name

Some time ago word got out in cyberspace, that a British automotive company would launch a new supercar. As quoted from Business Live, that a Belmore Way-based automotive company and also known as the key supplier to Formula One named Mulholland Automotive will launch a supercar called Legend 480.
Mulholland Automotive has designed and developed its own sportscar called the Legend 480. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3cSZlup)
This supercar is reportedly powered by a V8 engine coupled with a six-speed manually gearbox, as it is well known that this two-seat supercar was designed based on the company's experience for twenty years while working in the world of Formula One racing. And the name of the '480' also refers to the amount of power that can be generated by its engine.

According to Graham Mulholland (the company owner), as one of Europe’s leading advanced component engineering manufacturers, which has become a specialist supplier to most high-profile motor racing teams, along with practically every premium branded niche-vehicle manufacturer
The Legend 480 is named after the amount of horsepower it can generate. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3cSZlup)
And the presence of Legend 480, however, allows it to showcase technology, expertise, and capabilities to a much larger global audience, plus it allows the company to celebrate the combustion engine before moving to emerge technology, which the company wants to help co-develop.
The Legend 480 is designed and built by Mulholland Group in Derby. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3cSZlup)
This supercar designed follows the blueprint of the classic British sportscar. Its engine is at the front, it has rear-wheel drive, a manual gearbox, and stylish, sculpted bodywork. This new supercar is intended as a successor to the TVR's big-name, a British sports car brand. And it is not surprising that Mulholland Automotive then used the services of the former head of TVR design, Damian McTagget to sketch and sculpture the Legend 480.

For this supercar carbon fiber chassis and bodywork will be developed by Mulholland Composites using the exact processes developed and used to produce F1 and GT racers alike. Then the car will be built at the Mulholland Group’s state-of-the-art Derby factory.

He further said that the Legend 480 is a truly focused machine with the great design underpinned by superior engineering produced by an incredibly experienced and well-established team. Then the company hopes it will prove popular, but prices are not available until now.

But the company is ready to disclose the price only to interested customers and is ready to start production to then bring the supercar to the owner's garage. Are you interested in having this supercar? *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MULHOLLAND AUTOMOTIVE | BUSINESS LIVE]
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