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Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Dubai's dragon finally revealed

Finally, the United Arab Emirates' hypercar that we have first saw in the teaser image some time ago revealed. As promised, the hypercar has debuted at the 2019 Dubai Motor Show. And no doubt, the hypercar comes in a style that can be said to be inspired by a Lamborghini as said by the company founder Bashar Ajlani in an interview with Top Gear.
Ajlani Drakuma concept car appeared at the 2019 Dubai Auto Show. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/37a3OGU)
The Ajlani's hypercar was named Ajlani Drakuma to have "a production inspired by Pagani." We are not sure what it really means, but we know the intention is to make 99 cars, with each of them fully customizable to suit customer preferences. 

The Ajlani's hypercar carries a V8 turbocharged engine mounted in the middle and is claimed to be able to spew 1,200 bhp of power equivalent to the power produced by the engine of the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport.
Rear three-quarter of Ajlani Drakuma concept car. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/37a3OGU)
As quoted from Top Gear, Ajlani said that while the chassis has not been finalized. The company has "few options" that are being considered. Regardless of the solution, Drakuma will boast a carbon fiber body for maintaining low body weight. Speaking of the body, the doors seem to open like "dragon wings," but all the pictures we have so far are showing the car with the doors closed.
Rear-left side view of Ajlani Drakuma concept car. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/37bLpt2)
But unfortunately, there is not a single picture that shows the hypercar's interior and from the showcar in Dubai had all the windows blacked out. The possibility is predicted by many who say that the Dubai-based company isn’t ready to reveal what’s inside. This car is actually a design prototype that was built for five years and represents Bashar Ajlani's dream of creating the next Pagani. In fact, he explicitly admitted that Horacio was one of his idols "because he did not compromise on quality."
So it is perfectly understandable why some parties became skeptical about Drakuma's opportunity to actually achieve production, but for what value, at least the car appeared in Dubai as had promised before. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | AJLANI MOTORS | TOP GEAR | MOTOR1 | YAHOO NEWS | WHEELS]
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Friday, November 15, 2019

After burnt, this Huracán appeared wilder

An automotive modifier named Chris Steinbacher who also known as a man behind the Youtube channel called 'B is For Build' had been successfully completed his large project ahead of the 2019 SEMA in Las Vegas.
B is For Build twin-turbo Lamborghini Huracán Custom unveiled at the SEMA 2019 in Las Vegas. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/34Mi7iG)
His special car was built from a Lamborghini Huracán which was previously bought by him in severe burnt damaged condition, and those modification results will be displayed exclusively in one of the largest automotive events in the United States.

Due to initially car conditions, so the modification team formed by Chris Steinbacher decided to rebuild this Lamborghini supercar in custom. And after seeing the engine condition also that has been destroyed and could not be used anymore, which then pushed Chris to give it a new machine, but with a different touch.
'B is For Build' Lamborghini Huracán model on display at the SEMA 2019 with its new engine completed with Audi R8 manual transmission system, Garrett Performance twin turbocharger devices. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/34Mi7iG)
Yes, as we all knew that the Huracán originally used a V10 engine, due to it on severe damage condition then replaced with an upgraded V8 7,000cc twin-turbo LS engine to be able to produce power up to 1,500 horsepower from what was originally only 602 horsepower.

The increasing of the engine power is due to changes in components of the engine block including cylinder sleeve replacement. Likewise, with the support of the use of Garrett Performance's twin turbocharger devices, as well as new fuel pump lines seem also to play a role in those engine's performance increasing.
Before it rebuilt, the Lamborghini Huracán in severe burnt damaged condition. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2CCgSGI)
Then the engine power is channeled to its all-wheels through an Audi R8 manual gearbox to handle more deftly the shifting gear process, so allowing this supercar running by smoothly and fastly on the streets.

The reason to choose Audi's manual transmission system is the ease of installation. Because the Audi R8 is in the same production platform as the Lamborghini Huracán itself. Besides that, the modifier also installed a special exhaust system to support the peak performance of the Lamborghini Huracán Custom.

Meanwhile, to rebuild the Huracán bodywork, Chris Steinbacher collaborates with Khyzyl Saleem's Litani Bodywork Custom. They made this Huracán appear in different suits due to it uses body panels taken from Huracán Super Trofeo.
Unfortunately, there is no information about the performance numbers and maximum speed of the Lamborghini Huracán Custom after going through the rebuilding process. Even in one show on Youtube channel made by Chris ahead of the SEMA event, it has seen his Lamborghini had a slight problem when it was brought to the exhibition location in Las Vegas. Sure, He can handle it. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | GARRET MOTION | MOTOR1]
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Thursday, November 14, 2019

Rhombus Concept, a chubby diamond shaped EV

Back again to the Japanese automotive giant, Toyota. To participate at the 2019 Shanghai Auto Show, the company brought several it's hybrid and fully electric vehicles. One of which is the Toyota Rhombus concept car.
Toyota Rhombus electric-powered vehicle concept unveiled at the 2019 Shanghai Auto Show in April 2019. (Picture from: https://cnb.cx/33JQ2ss)
According to the company's release, Rhombus is a concept car for battery-powered electric vehicles targeted at consumers born after 1990 and developed by TMEC, the company's research and development base in China.
Toyota Rhombus electric-powered vehicle concept has a futuristic look with hard-line strokes and chubby front. (Picture from: https://cnb.cx/33JQ2ss)
From its external appearance, the Toyota Rhombus has a futuristic look with hard-line strokes and chubby front. And inside, you can see a single swivel seat in front replacing the typical two-seat in driver's row such in common cars, while the two seats in the back form a lounge-like area.
Toyota Rhombus is a concept car for battery-powered electric vehicles targeted at consumers born after 1990. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2X50uYN)
Because in the front, there is only room for the driver to take a position in the middle of the vehicle. Then, there is room for up to three other passengers in the back, where they sit in the style of a rickshaw or diamond shape - hence the name.
Toyota Rhombus concept car's interior layout with the driver seat in the middle of the car and three passenger seats in the behind. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2X50uYN)
At first glance, this electric car will look like a good taxi. However, the lack of a back door makes the entrance a little uncomfortable.

Right when the futuristic electric car was launched, of course, Toyota hasn't announced it yet. This is a concept for now but will come to Europe as early as 2021. Electric manufacturing cars, which nearly 13 million were sold in the last two decades, will then reach our continent.
Toyota is planning to add 10 electric vehicles globally in the next 5-6 years which is good news for the environment. The mega car manufacturer is set towards the goal of 5.5 million EV sales by 2030. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | TOYOTA | ANDROIDPIT | CNBC]
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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Neuron EV unveiled its electric-powered MPV and Big Rig concept

A California-based startup company named Neuron EV at the 2019 China International Import Expo in Shanghai had shown off its two electric car concepts: an MPV called the Neuron T/ONE and a big rig called the Neuron TORQ.
Neuron EV presented the two electric-powered vehicle concept at the 2019 China International Import Expo in Shanghai, ie Neuron T/ONE MPV Concept and a big rig called Neuron TORQ. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/34QzhMk)
As reported by Formacar, both vehicles share a futuristic look and come based on the same modular EV platform. Both of them put the driver's seat position in the middle, as an effort to cut on production diversification costs for countries with right-hand and left-hand traffic systems.
Neuron T/ONE electric powered vehicle concept in the pickup format. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/32Bu8py)
It has also been reported, the company has not been willing to disclose the date to start production to realize this electric pickup concept. And it seems that there are already many who are interested in the electric pickup made by the company if it has been produced and is available on the world's automotive market.
Neuron T/ONE electric powered vehicle concept in the van format. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/32Bu8py)
The Neuron T/ONE electric-powered MPV can easily transform into a van and can accommodate between three and eight passengers, depending on the configuration.
Neuron T/ONE electric powered vehicle concept in stand-alone format. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/32Bu8py)
Here's the interior view of Neuron T/ONE Concept:
Driver seat modul of Neuron T/ONE
Driver seat modul of Neuron T/ONE
Passenger seat modul of Neuron T/ONE (Optional)
Bed cabin modul of Neuron T/ONE (Optional)


Power specs are being kept secret at this time, but it's official that the T/ONE has 520 Newton-meters (384 pound-feet) of maximum torque, can haul up to three metric tons of cargo (6,600 lbs) and runs approximately 480 kilometers (300 miles) on a single charge.

The T/ONE electric-powered MPV concept has a length of around 5.5 meters. In addition to standard traction batteries, this car receives removable power sources and solar panels mounted on the roof of the cargo deck lid.
While the Neuron TORQ is an electric semi-truck developed to be the next generation solution for commercial transportation. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | NEURON EV | FORMACAR | OBOZREVATEL | NEWSBEEZER]
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The first Aston Martin motorcycle had shown off in Milan

Aston Martin is known as one of the leading automotive manufacturers who had launched many variants of premium cars with qualified power and supported by the latest specifications. But recently, Aston Martin had shown off its first motorcycle concept to the public at the EICMA 2019 event in Milan along with the Aston Martin Vanquish Vision Concept.
The first Aston Martin motorcycle named AMB-001 shown off at the EICMA 2019 in Milan along with the Aston Martin Vanquish Vision Concept supercar. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2Q93wtQ)
It seems that the British premium car manufacturer wants to try their luck in the two-wheeled vehicle manufacturing industry. But Aston Martin is not the first car manufacturer to try to make a motorcycle.

Previously, in the world's automotive there's the Italian supercar manufacturer such as Lamborghini has also made motorbikes in the past named Lamborghini Design 90 in 1986 and a year before, Ferrari also ever gave a license to David Kay Engineering to make a motorcycle named Ferrari 900. And an almost decade before, Porsche, the German manufacturer has also ever made a motorcycle concept called the Porsche AMK Concept in 1978, etc.
Aston Martin AMB-001, the first motorcycle of Aston Martin was made under collaboration with Brough Superior. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/32ABny6)
As quoted by the Visordown, the motorcycle concept named Aston Martin Brough AMB-001. The superbike was developed by Aston Martin with its compatriot motorcycle manufacturer Brough Superior.

Like the character of the Aston Martin automotive products, this superbike is produced in very limited quantities. And the naming of AMB on the motorcycle concept is predicted is "Aston Martin Brough" where the name was derived from the abbreviation name of those two companies.

This motorcycle concept has a unique and futuristic design. Not only that, this motorcycle also emphasizes the aerodynamic design seen from the front-end of the motor that is made curved, so that it will be easier for the rider when racing fast on the tracks.
The AMB-001 has an attractive fuel tank design, with panels extending from the front to the back end. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/32ABny6)
The AMB-001 has an attractive fuel tank design, with panels extending from the front to the back end. And it was mentioned, inspired by Aston Martin Valkyrie. Then the saddle wrapping of the Oxford Tan leather, which shows a combination of traditional and modern impression.
The AMB-001 carries a 999 cc turbo V2 engine that produces power up to 180 hp. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/32ABny6)
The body is made of carbon fiber weighing only 180 kilograms. While other components are made of the combination of carbon fiber, titanium, aluminum, with black alloy for its wheels. Then the motorcycle's body color is dual-tone, namely stirling green, and lime essence, like the Aston Martin supercar colors. Then with the addition of a light brown color on the seat and gas pedal will add an elegant impression, but still, look modern and charming on the motorcycle concept.

This motorcycle carries a 999 cc turbo V2 engine that produces power up to 180 hp. The engine had used variable valve timing and intercooler technology, which can reduce air resistance and limit the engine overheating. While the brake pad is designed specifically for the AMB-001.
Reportedly, the AMB-001 motorbike will be produced by hand at the Brough Superior factory, in Toulouse, France in very limited quantities of 100 units and is sold starting at US $120,000 or approx Rp.1.6 billion.

Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of the two-wheeled monster and stay alive with true safety riding. May God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops...... *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | VISORDOWN]
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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Is this the real form of the latest McLaren BC-03 hypercar?

For almost 1 year, we have known that McLaren is developing a street version of the Vision Gran Turismo Concept which was inaugurated in 2017. The possible hypercar has a codename BC-03 (Bespoke Commission 03) and reportedly will be made only 5 units worldwide.
A spy shot of possible the latest McLaren BC-03 hypercar on the road test. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/33yFY5q)

These images are shared online on many Instagram accounts, including Supercarpress. One of them shows a prototype that is being tested at night, while the rest is considered an official rendering. Not yet determined whether the image is valid, but if so, it looks like McLaren is preparing to launch a hypercar that is even superior to Senna.

The following are rendering images of the latest McLaren BC-03 hypercar.
Front three-quarter of McLaren BC-03
Left side view of McLaren BC-03
Rear three-quarter of McLaren BC-03
Top view of McLaren BC-03


On the front, the BC-03 features a protruding and low nose with a small headlight inspired by the 720S, while on the side there is a large air intake. Everything gets very interesting in the rear, with the towering wings which also become the seat for the LED taillights and fins that stretch along the center of the decklid share clear similarities with the Vision Gran Turismo Concept.

The McLaren Vision Gran Turismo features a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine combined with a pair of electric motors to drive the front wheels and total output reaches 1,150 horsepower and 1,275 Nm of torque. It remains to be seen whether the production car will later display the same or more similar powertrain to the hybrid unit used by McLaren Speedtail. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | TOPSPEED | CARSCOOPS | THE DRIVE]
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Monday, November 11, 2019

KIA Futuron concept car inspired by an UFO?

KIA Motor has revealed its newest sport utility vehicle (SUV) concept, named the KIA All-Electric Futuron Concept at the 2019 China International Import Expo (CIIE) held in Shanghai, China. This car is mentioned as the South Korean automotive manufacturer's hope, as well as its vision translation of future mobility.
KIA Futuron Concept unveiled at the 2019 China International Import Expo (CIIE) held in Shanghai. (Picture from http://bit.ly/2KblQyt)
By combining the design power of KIA Motor with the electric-battery powertrain which they claim is very efficient, this new concept represents the existence of the Korean car manufacturer to move forward. They even asserted they were ready to enter the electrification era in the global automotive world.

As reported by Carscoops, the Futuron concept car comes as a progressive electric-powered SUV coupe, with an exterior design that is clearly the most striking thing about this concept. It combining elegant proportions with clean shapes and surfaces, the Futuron concept introduces a new interpretation of the far wider "tiger nose" grille, where the grille now integrates the "Star Cloud" design feature headlights on the surface of dragon skin scales inspired by Chinese mythology.
KIA Futuron Concept coupe's body adopting a low profile that contrasts with elevated ground clearance. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2NBj73D)
By taking inspiration from the nebula star, the headlights consisting of LED matrix geometric patches are echoed to the rear lights with similar LEDs, so that when viewed at a glance it will resemble the Hyundai Grandeur facelift teaser.
KIA Futuron Concept is reflected in spacious and flexible interior design. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2NBj73D)
The vehicle proportion is equally striking, with the SUV coupe's body adopting a low profile that contrasts with elevated ground clearance. This Futuron concept car has dimensions of the length of 4,850 mm (190.9 in), the height of 1,550 mm (61 in) and has a wheelbase of 3,000 mm (118.1 in).

Furthermore, the Futuron concept car also has an unusual roof shape, which is a diamond-shaped panoramic greenhouse that is above the 360-degree core was mentioned inspired by the "UFOs and flying saucer designs." There is a LiDAR sensor (light and range detection) that supports the car's capability of Level 4 autonomous driving.
KIA Futuron Concept supported by a fully-electric powertrain and high capacity battery. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2NBj73D)
The dramatic shape of the Futuron concept vehicle is also supported by a fully-electric powertrain. Then a high capacity battery is also installed under its cabin floor, which is able to provide energy for its four powerful in-wheel electric motors. As the results in a low center of gravity and an e-AWD system which is said to provide a quick response to the driver's input.

Then the KIA Futuron Concept' autonomous capability is reflected in the spacious and flexible interior design. Its two front seats are made of flexible material and can offer a straight driving position, or a leaning rest position. When the self-driving mode is activated, the front seats on the rest position while the steering wheel enters/pulls.
The 'Star Cloud' lighting system and dragon skin scale motifs on the door create a connection to the exterior, with a ventilation system placed behind the dragon skin scales as well. Another striking interior element is the cockpit area surrounding the driver which is also equipped with a Graphical User Interface (GUI) system, which flows out of the driver's side door and winds the steering wheel in a smooth curve. This effectively combines the instrument cluster directly with an audio-visual display in the center of the dashboard. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CARSCOOPS]
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The unique, revolutionary pioneering scooter

For those of you, the automotive lover especially motorcycle and scooter fans, You might know the Horex, one of the famous German motorcycle brands in the era before and after the 2nd World War. As quoted from Wikipedia, the company was founded in 1920 by Friedrich Kleemann, a Finance Manager at Rex Konservenglas Gesellschaft (REX glass manufacturer) in Bad Homburg (Germany). At that time he bought a small motor factory named Columbus Motorenbau AG, in Oberursel (Taunus).
1956 Horex Rebell 250 prototype scooter, the forgotten pioneer of the modern scooters. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2WRXteo)
And in 1923, Fritz Kleeman (son of Friederich Kleeman) who later founded a motorcycle factory called HOREX-FAHRZEUGBAU AG. He derived the name from his city, HOmburg and the company where his father worked, REX. Initially, Horex built motorcycles with Columbus four-stroke engines from Oberursel until in 1925 Horex and Columbus merged.

Fritz Kleeman is also known as a motorcycle racer and often rides a motorcycle with the Horex-owned engine. He built the first Horex "real" motorcycle, by using a 248 cc OHV GNOM engine, delivered from the Columbus-Engine factory, which then tested by himself during the race. So, it can be said that Horex was built for motorcycle riders by motorcycle riders.

The German company manufactured a range of remarkable motorcycles from 250 to 800 cubic meters with single-cylinder and two-cylinder engines. Among its best-known models are the Regina 350 single-cylinder, first introduced in 1948, the beautiful, emblematic, two-cylinder Horex Imperator 500 in 1951 and the 400 in 1954.
This Horex Rebell 250 scooter model has never been produced by the company due to financial problems. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2NVaqA3)
Over time, it turns out that the German brand also ever developed a sophisticated scooter prototype called the Horex Rebell 250 start from 1954 to 1956. Even though this scooter was never been produced by this German manufacturer, but the figure of this scooter could be said to become a source of inspiration from the development of modern scooters today which are dominated by many brands from Japan such as Yamaha and Honda.

Horex Rebell 250 has a cleverly and well-designed frame, with one large transverse backbone that passes between the rider's feet. Its engine lubricating oil is also carried in it, and underneath hangs its engine, which, if you notice, it looks very much like a modern moped construction.

The four-stroke engine is positioned horizontally by following the crankshaft and gearbox, thus lowering the center of gravity, bringing it closer to the front wheels, ideally positioned from a spatial perspective. With the overall Rebell layout like that which modern motorbike and scooter designers later paid attention to apply to the current two-wheeled vehicles.
1956 Horex Rebell 250 scooter can be said as the source of inspiration from the modern scooters. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2WRXteo)
Yes, you can imagine how the Horex's visionary idea was when it designing the Rebell 250 prototype scooter and making it a source of inspiration for the development of modern scooters more than 6 decades later, so it deserves to be called a 'unique, revolutionary pioneering scooter.'

Then if you pay close attention, the Horex Rebell 250 has a long saddle for two people, large wide and long sidewalks for both passengers, the exhaust passes under the passenger compartment, with the tunnel running low between the rider's feet. And the apron in the front that protects his feet was wide and bent aerodynamically, to reflect the air. The same aerodynamics look like the headlamps, which are locked inside the hood, large front wings, but not too long, leaving a very beautiful rim to appear.

Then the Rebell 250 scooter uses a pair of wheels made of exotic magnesium with a diameter of 16 inches. But the interest was not only in the use of lightweight, expensive metal for the rims but also in the tires, which due to wheel size were motorcyclists (another "plus" of the model) and even tubeless. 

In the front of the Horex scooter was mounted with brackets and shock absorbers, while the brakes were front and rear uses the drum brakes with hydraulic actuation! For better weight distribution and to charge the front wheel more, thereby assisting grip, right and left of the fork neck and behind the headlamp, there were 2 batteries to power the system.

The scooter prototype uses a Horex four-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled, two valves horizontal 250 cubic feet engine with the weighs just 135 kg, and the engine can be burst power up to 18 hp which is remarkable even with today's data. Unfortunately, there is no information about the existence of the prototype Horex Rebell 250 scooter until now.

Interestingly, the Horex Rebell 250, was created by the French designer Louis L. Lepoix of the FTI design company. Lepoix's work will be presented in the future, as he has designed other very interesting 50s and 60s German scooters such as Walba and Bastert, Contessa (TWN), and Maïcoletta, a Champion buggy built in Sweden, etc.
1956 Horex Rebell 250 scooter frame looks very much like a modern moped construction. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2WRXteo)
Due to financial problems, Horex has never been able to take its Rebel 250 scooter into production lines, while the company already losing its market share in Europe. In 1960, the company was bought by Daimler Benz (for which it manufactured parts since '56) and the production of motorcycles was ceased.

The company filed for bankruptcy in September 2014, and in late 2014 announced that all employees had been let go and the factory was closed. And 3C-Carbon Group AG is going to be the new owner of the motorcycle brand Horex. Under the direction of the insolvency administrator, Rainer U. Müller from the law firm Anchor Rechtsanwälte, the 3C-Carbon Group AG came out on top in the quest to purchase Horex on February 6, 2015.

Today the rights to the legendary German company are owned by a new company (3C-Carbon Group AG) - promising a lot of it - that has a six-cylinder Horex VR6 series, which was supposed to be on the market since 2013.

Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of the two-wheeled monster and stay alive with true safety riding. May God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops...... *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | HOREX | MOTO-COLLECTION.ORG | SCOOTERNET.GR | WIKIPEDIA]
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Sunday, November 10, 2019

This autonomous vehicle is Your future motorhome

Autonomous technology or vehicles without a driver is one of the features that began to be developed in the automotive world. Although it is still hampered by safety problems, traffic conditions, and rudimentary systems, this technology is predicted to be able to improve driver comfort in the future.
Hymer's self driving motorhome concept Galileo takes travel and leisure to new heights. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2X1nEQ0)
One company that seeks to develop this technology is the Erwin Hymer Group, a German company which is engaged in motorhome. The company is making a concept vehicle of the future in the form of a car without a driver that can be used as a motorhome as reported by Motor1.

Hymer's self driving motorhome concept Galileo serves as an on-demand modular camping pod service. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/32thTLL)
Given the name Galileo, this car has two separate parts. The first part is the chassis that is pinned on an electric drive engine. Second is the body that can be removable. According to the company, this design will give the possibility of more diverse customizations to the interior.
Full wraparound kitchen, complete with digital recipe/shopping list display. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2X1nEQ0)
With autonomous technology that does not need a place for motorists, this car has more space as a place to live.

Hymer's self driving motorhome concept Galileo is just a loose, forward-looking vision, and no physical concept vehicle or spec sheet accompanied the rendered video and pictures at its debut. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2X1nEQ0)
In the video from the Gizmag's YouTube channel, it looks like an autonomous Galileo car has a futuristic and box-shaped design. Inside there are beds, bathrooms, kitchens, sofas, and various home needs.
Hymer will also use this concept car to develop the motorhome business. Consumers can rent this car for travel and adjust to their individual needs. When the trip is finished, the car is then returned and the body parts can be removed and replaced with a body that is adjusted to the wishes of the next consumer. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MOTOR1 | NEW ATLAS]
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The Krauser Domani unique sidecars

You all have heard of the sidecar, but have you ever heard and known about The Krauser Domani? Maybe for some of you, the Krauser Domani name sounds weird and not familiar, because actually this unique-shaped sidecar motorcycle was born and existed in the 1990s with its major population in Japan and Europe.
Michael Krauser and his sidecar mate Franz Preisl were a works BMW sidecar racer on a sandy track. He won at the & National German Championships in '55, '56, '57, and '58 attest. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/34clsao)
The story itself began with Michael Krauser, a sidecar racer who had worked for the German automotive manufacturer, BMW in the 1950s. When he became a racer under the BMW flag, Michael Krauser can be said a great racer because he recorded several times winning the German national championship series, namely in 1955, 1956, 1957, and 1958. After that, he moved to another team, and soon he retired.
The Krauser Domani, a unique-shaped sidecar motorcycle was born and existed in the 1990s with its major population in Japan and Europe. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2WulvvV)
Then he reappeared in the 1970s as someone who designed and made motorcycle parts. Michael Krauser made his debut in the motorcycle industry by making motorcycle accessories such as extra luggage and other motorcycle additional parts.
The Krauser Domani is made on the basis of the BMW K1200 motorcycles with power up to 150 horsepower. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2WulvvV)
After then he accepted the challenge to go further by making motorcycle designs. But The Krauser Domani was not the first motorcycle he made, the first work of his was a BMW R100RS customized motorcycle.

Until someday he made a unique sidecar motorcycle concept design and turned out to make many like it. The Krauser Domani, a motorcycle with a fancy science-fiction design concept, which can be likened as a DeLorean car in the famous film of the 1980s titled 'Back to The Future'.
The Krauser Domani, a motorcycle with a fancy science-fiction design concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2WulvvV)
But it is not only the design that makes The Krauser Domani special, but also the motorcycle which is the basis of the design as well. Because The Krauser Domani is made on the basis of the BMW K1200 motorcycles with power up to 150 horsepower.

The result is The Krauser Domani sidecar motorbike with the 1980s science-fiction movie-like rides appearance that has a 5-speed and can be driven up to a maximum speed of more than 200 kph.
This unique sidecar motorcycle uses a custom steel chassis linked permanently to the sidecar chassis. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2WulvvV)
When discussing how The Krauser Domani was made, then we need to see how the chassis of the BMW K1200 was changed. This unique sidecar motorcycle uses a custom steel chassis linked permanently to the sidecar chassis.

For the front section of this motorbike, it has also completely changed, by applying the front suspension system which is placed in the middle because the front tire is supported by the side swing arm. Although seen as a sidecar, The Krauser Domani can also be called a trike or also a three-wheeled car. That's because of the suspension and drivetrain of The Krauser Domani like a car.
In the 1990s, this sidecar motorcycle was estimated to only be produced and sold to no more than 1,000 units, with marketing areas limited in Europe and Japan only. So it's no wonder why these sidecar motorbikes populations are seen dominant in Japan.

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