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Friday, August 21, 2020

The eBussy electric vehicle with 10 different body types

Technological developments seem to be moving very fast in the automotive industry. And the use of electricity as a power source to drive vehicles is also increasingly being carried out by the world's automotive manufacturers. There are countless electric car models that have been produced by automotive manufacturers to date.
The Electric Brands eBussy,  a small commercial purposed car uses a fully electric propulsion base and also has a fully modular platform. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/31nrZzx)
In this context, the electric vehicles could be likened as the blossom flowers that really attract the bee's (the world's automotive manufacturer's) attention. As you can be seen today that not only well-known automotive manufacturers but also startup companies, individuals, even education institutes are also interested in developing it.

As reported by Carscoops, recently there is a small commercial purposed car that uses a fully electric propulsion base and also has a fully modular platform. This means these commercial electric vehicles can be converted from its standard form as an ordinary minivan to a tipper truck, pickup, and various other forms according to their needs.
With the standard battery option, the Electric Brands eBussy can travel as far as 200 km and also has other battery options for farther travel of the 30 kWh ones with a maximum power output of 20 hp and 1,000 Nm of torque. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/31nrZzx)
The car in question named eBussy is the first electric car developed by Electric Brands, a German technology company. Uniquely, the electric-powered car has 10 different body types that will be offered to interested ones. Besides that, there are other special features of eBussy, namely its steering wheel position can be shifted according to the driver's comfort.
The Electric Brands eBussy has 10 different body types besides its standard form as an ordinary minivan, such as a tipper truck, pickup, camper, and various other forms according to their needs. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/31nrZzx)
Yes, the eBussy's steering wheel can be easily moved from the left to the right or even in the center, just by shifting the position of the steering wheel along the dashboard. The car's driving position adjustable ability is possible thanks to drive-by-wire technology. This means no steering wheel or pedals are mechanically connected to the front wheels because everything is connected and controlled by an advanced automotive computerized system. 
Here are other special features of eBussy, namely its steering wheel position can be shifted according to the driver's comfort. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/31nrZzx)
With the standard battery option, the car can travel as far as 200 km. If the driver wants to travel farther, he can use a battery with a capacity of 30 kWh with a maximum power output of 20 hp and 1,000 Nm of torque. Besides that, eBussy is also equipped with solar panels on its roof and brake energy recovery system for additional energy sources.
Although this car has the ability to change shapes like the Transformers, it isn't one of the Autobot or Decepticon gang members who like fighting each other in Michael Bay's Transformers box-office sequel movies. Today, the eBussy electric-powered car still in the imaginary form like the Transformers, but according to the maker, the real car soon will be made in 2021 and sold in Germany for around €15,800 or $33,309 (approx Rp.271 million). *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ELECTRICBRANDS.DE | CARSCOOPS
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Thursday, August 20, 2020

Legendary Vespa Sei Giorni racing scooter

As we know that Vespa is a scooter brand made by Piaggio which is very well known to this day. This scooter brand was founded in the 1940s and continues to exist today, so it is not surprising that Vespa has many classic models with distinctive body shapes such as wasps.
1951 Vespa 125 'Sei Giorni' is managed to set prestigious achievements during the ISDT 1951 held in Varese, Italy. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2E3A1Wi)
But apart from having many classic and elegant scooter models, Vespa also has scooters with unique designs that are made for special purposes such as a racing scooter. One of them is the Vespa 125 'Sei Giorni' which managed to set prestigious achievements in one of the toughest and prestigious post-war racing events the ISDT 1951 in Varese, Italy.
A group of Vespa 125 'Sei Giorni' riders who competed in the ISDT 1951, possibly at the speed test. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2FutaFZ)
The scooter's name of Sei Giorni taken of the Italian if translated in English mean Six Days. Why is named like that? Because in the 1950s there was a classic international racing competition held in 6 days named International Six Days Trials (ISDT), which followed by many European two-wheeled vehicle manufacturers and Piaggio also took part in those racing events. This competition was held to test the machine's durability and reliability by crossing the European forests, hills, and mountains.
1951 Vespa 125 'Sei Giorni' on display at the Museo della Piaggio in Pontadera, Italy. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/30XT6lG)
The harshness and the intense atmosphere of the competition forced the vehicle manufacturers to bring out the best version of their production line. That said, the winner of this competition is believed to increase sales volume in the future.
Scooter rider #69 Natale Biasci on Vespa 125 'Sei Giorni' tried covering ground in the ISDT 1951. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2FutaFZ)
To meet the needs of those racing events, so the Pontedera-based scooter maker company creating the Vespa Sei Gioni model, which at glance looked similar to the 1951 Vespa which was used a 125cc 2-stroke engine. But, there are several striking differences such as the application of a slimmer and rounder wing like a boat. Then the front and rear suspension are also made tougher and coupled with the use of a larger fuel tank.
1951 Vespa 125 'Sei Giorni' was used a 125cc 2-stroke update engine with a spare tire is placed in between the handlebar and the seat. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2FtnDj0)
Not only that the engine is also updated by enlarging the torque so that it could be crossed the ferocious hill terrains. The right-side section is also made larger to accommodate the racing carburetor above the cylinder box. Then there's a spare tire is placed in between the handlebar and the seat to make easier the rider to change the tire on the racing.
1951 Vespa 125 'Sei Giorni' while on display at the Indonesia Scooter Festival 2017 and look has a larger fuel tank capacity. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/341xNkX)
At first, the Italian manufacturer was skeptical when the first 10 units of the Vespa Sei Giorni were completed but then turned optimistic when these scooters managed to conquer offroad tracks and speed tests at the Monza Circuit and were make the Piaggio factory team grab a gold medal as the only Italian team to have won the race.
Through the Piaggio Squadra Corse team in 1951, they managed to win the 26th International Six Days Trials (ISDT) held in Varese, Italy, and managed to deliver the Piaggio scooter brand to the pinnacle of glory. During the grueling the 1951 competition event, they managed to grab several gold medals by winning in 9 categories.
The 1951 Vespa 125 'Sei Giorni' legend scooter posed along with the 2018 Vespa Sei Giorni 300 Special Edition. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/30XT6lG)
The Vespa Sei Giorni racing scooters were only produced for 3 years (from 1951 to 1953) with a population of only about 300 units. --Because We Love Vespa--

To appreciate the achievements of those Vespa legendary racing scooters at the ISDT 1951, then Piaggio released a special edition  of the modern Vespa scooter model based on the GTS300 engine in a typical Sei Giorni livery and named Vespa Sei Giorni 300 in July, 2018 as many as 3,000 units worldwide.

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 | VESPA.COM | SPEEDTRACKTALES.COM]
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Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Delage reborn with all-new stunning supercar

Delage? Is there a car brand like that? Maybe that's the question when you just look at the name. It is not surprising that some automotive enthusiasts currently do not know the brand. Actually, this is one of the French fancy car manufacturer brands and existed since the 1920s up to the 1950s.
Delage D12 hybrid supercar marks the return of the French brand after nearly 70 years of hibernated. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3kEUh1c)
After nearly 70 years the name hibernated and at the Lyon EpoquAuto event held on November 7, 2019, a well-known French businessman, Laurent Tapie announced the French fancy car brand is revived under the name Delage Automobile and said the Delage D12 is the first project and model to be launched soon. Delage is trying to come back by presenting a car that is believed to be welcomed by the world's automotive fans.
A well-known French businessman, Laurent Tapie announced the French finest car brand is revived under the name Delage Automobile. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/33UGKg7)
Why can the company be sure like that? Due to the car presented is a supercar that has a shape resembling a Formula 1 racing car. No half-hearted, they also claimed, it's the fastest hybrid supercar in the world, which is legal to use on the road. Besides that, the French company also mentioned that the former F1 champion, Jacques Villeneuve, and technical director Benoit Bagur, who is a two-time FIA Touring Car World Champion were involved in the development process of its D12 supercar.
Delage D12 hybrid supercar appears with an ultramodern design, that's said a combination of designs inspired by Formula 1 and a fighter jet. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2E1u6km)
At first glance, its appearances remind us of the Caparo T1 which was ever-present in the late 2000s. However, the D12 supercar appears with an ultramodern design, that's said a combination of designs inspired by Formula 1 and a fighter jet, where both was the fastest vehicle in their respective fields with unmatched agility. So there is no need to question how the F1 inspiration elements are applied to this Delage supercar.

On the front, just look at the long, flat muzzle in the middle which is the F1 racing car typical design. Then from the muzzle, it is connected by a tiered front spoiler, where the lower one is flat in design with three blades on the right and left, just like single-seater aerodynamics. Meanwhile, the upper spoiler is connected to the front fender, where its slanted-headlights is attached, to fulfill one of the requirements as a street-legal vehicle.
Delage D12 hybrid supercar's front section has a long, flat muzzle in the middle which is the F1 racing car typical design, then it's connected by a tiered front spoiler, where the lower is in the flat design with three blades on the right and left sides. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2XZnFFM)
The muzzle also has a transparent portion, which clearly exposes the suspension components. Then the cockpit is given a greenhouse roof which also covers the cabin. Uniquely, not an ordinary door system but canopy flip-up design opens upward, is used to access the D12 cockpit like the pilot access into a fighter jet cockpit. The same design direction is applied to the driver and passenger seat layout, which is positioned parallel or in tandem, so that the D12 cockpit can only be filled by two people, just like the F-18 and F-35 cockpits.

The two seats in the D12 cockpit uses carbon fiber material to create very lightweight structures. The steering wheel design is also unique, combining design elements of a racing car steering wheel and a jet fighter joystick. Furthermore, on the dashboard in front of the driver, there are three LED monitors. And the company also said the Focal's infotainment system will be installed inside its cabin.
Delage D12 hybrid supercar has a slim body-shaped at the front and the cockpit area extends to the rear, then widening to the rear fender. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/30OXYt8)
The body is slim at the front and the cockpit area extends to the rear. Then the rear fenders widen to accommodate airflow for the engine cooling system. The upper-middle section covered by the glass so the engine compartment could be seen, moving slightly downside there's a large air scoop. And further back, the shape of the D12 increasingly resembles an ordinary fast car that is completely covered.

At first glance, the stern appearance is completely grim with large cavities on the right and left. Then, two exhausts are located in the middle, to allow a large diffuser to be attached at the bottom. On the upper side, attached a large and wide wing. Meanwhile, its all four wheels are seen using the black-colored carbon fiber rims.
Delage D12 hybrid supercar has a unique-shaped steering wheel that combining a racing car steering wheel and a jet fighter joystick design elements. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2E6ucag)
This hybrid-powered supercar was developed in 2 variants, namely the D12 GT and D12 Club. The performance of the D12 GT variant relies on the power from a 7.5 liter naturally aspirated V12 engine, which is capable of spraying up to 990 hp and is also supported by an electric motor that provides an additional power of 110 hp, so in total, its generated-power is 1,100 hp. As for the performance of the second variant, it only relies on a drivetrain that is powered by 1,010 hp only but has lighter weight.
Delage D12 hybrid supercar will only be produced as many as 30 units and will be sold at a price of around $ 2.3 million. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2E6ucag)
The D12 GT variant has an empty weight of 1,399.8 kilograms, while the D12 Club which is exclusively for track-focused performance is 1,310 kilograms. By numbers, the D12 Club is 89.8 kilograms lighter than the GT. However, Delage has yet to reveal the acceleration and top speed performance figures of the two variants of the D12 supercar. 
The French automotive company claims that in the near future the D12 supercar will soon break the fastest lap records at the Nürburgring Nordschleife. Furthermore, Delage also said that the D12 supercar will only be produced as many as 30 units and will be sold at a price of around $ 2.3 million (Rp.33 billion) per unit. Are you wanted to be one of these supercar owners? *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | DELAGE AUTOMOBILE | ROBBREPORT.COM | ABOUT CARS PRO | CARSCOOPS]
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Sunday, August 16, 2020

Red Bullet made to beat the rival wasp speeds record

Italy, a country lied in southern Europe and close to the Mediterranean Sea. This country is known to have a long history with the automotive world, especially with two-wheeled vehicles called scooters. From this country, the origin of all the culture, trends of scooters is sparked.
The legendary Lambretta scooter named 'Red Bullet' designed by Pierluigi Torre and made of rubber, metal, and plexiglass materials with an aerodynamic shape like a bullet. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3kxgiic)
There are two names of legendary scooter manufacturers who can be said to be the pioneers of the scooter industry in the world, namely Piaggio with the Vespa scooter brand while the other is Innocenti with Lambretta.
The legendary Lambretta 'Red Bullet' scooter being prepared just before managed to break the land speed record in the road between Munich and Ingolstadt, Germany on August 8, 1951. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3ipPTRD)
Since the beginning, the competition aroma was very thick between these two Italian scooter manufacturers. One of them was when Piaggio with the Vespa Siluro managed to break the speed record known as 'The Flying Kilometers' on February 9, 1951. Seeing those achievements then sparking the interest of Innocenti to do the same by making an almost similar Siluro scooter shortly after that in the same year and named the Lambretta Red Bullet.
The legendary Lambretta scooter named 'Red Bullet' on the action with Romolo Ferri as the rider managed to break the land speed record in the scooter class on August 8, 1951. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3kxgiic)
The Lambretta-made scooter has a very aerodynamic shape like a bullet and made of rubber, metal, and plexiglass. The Red Bullet was designed by Pierluigi Torre by using the finest of Italian scooter engineering at the time. It was pushing by tremendous 2-stroke engine power through the 3-speed gearbox to break the record.
The legendary Lambretta 'Red Bullet' scooter managed to slice out the air with a speed of up to 201 kilometers per hour (124.8 mph). (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3ipPTRD)
After completion, the Red Bullet was prepared to break the land speed record in the scooter category with the speed targets of exceeding 200 kph, so the manufacturer appointed Romolo Ferri as the rider. His toughest competition is Piaggio’s Vespa Siluro. But the real challenge is winning against himself, as he already reached 195.8 kilometers per hour a few months earlier, on French soil. And this time, his goal is to exceed 200.
This historic moment occurred on August 8, 1951, on a stretch of highway between Munich and Ingolstadt, Germany. At that time, the Red Bullet ridden by Ferri managed to shoot through the air with a speed of up to 201 kilometers per hour (124.8 mph). Since then, Lambretta has established itself as the chosen racing vehicle of its category for the decades to come.
This of course becoming a pride for the Lambretta's scooter manufacturer, Innocenti; also to the designer, Pierluigi Torre; and of course for Romolo Ferri, who continues to set records at full speed on his Lambretta Red Bullet.

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 | ITALIANWAYS.COM | RETROSPECTIVEMODERNISM | THECHICANE.COM | HEMMINGS]
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Thursday, August 13, 2020

The record-breaker wasp of Piaggio in the 1950s

As we know that Vespa is a scooter brand made by Piaggio which is very well known to this day. This scooter brand was founded in the 1940s and continues to exist today, so it is not surprising that Vespa has many classic models with distinctive body shapes such as wasps.
1951 Vespa Siluro on display at the Museo della Piaggio in Pontadera, Italy. (PIcture from: https://bit.ly/3fF8EPq)
But apart from having many classic and elegant scooter models, Vespa also has scooters with unique designs that are made for special purposes such as breaking speed records. One of them is the Vespa Siluro which managed to set a prestigious record on February 9, 1951.
The Vespa Siluro once set a prestigious record to cover a distance of 10 km to 11 km known as "The Flying Kilometer" in only 21 seconds. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3gGPRV3)
As the name implies, the Siluro or torpedo, this scooter has a torpedo-like design. At first glance, the shape of this scooter is also almost similar to the Vespa Monthléry, another unique scooter made by Piaggio which is also specially made for racing purposes on the Monthléry circuit, France with the Lambretta scooter made by its rival manufacturer, Innocenti.
Left side view of 1951 Vespa Siluro on display at the Museo della Piaggio in Pontedera, Italy. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3fF8EPq)
The Siluro scooter was developed by a Piaggio manufacturing team led by Dino Mazzoncini and one of its members is the designer of Piaggio's first scooter (Vespa 46) named Corradino D'Ascanio. Uniquely, apart from the team leader, Dino Mazzoncini also played a role as a biker who rode the Siluro.
Cross-section picture of a two-cylinder horizontally opposed the 125cc engine of the Vespa Siluro. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3gGPRV3)
The Siluro scooter has dimensions of 2,380 mm in length, 600 mm in width, and 900 mm in height. The engine used is two cylinders horizontally opposed (where the pistons are opposite each other) with a capacity of 125cc which can generate power up to 17 horsepower at 9,500 rpm.

Thanks to its unique design, Siluro once set a prestigious record known as "The Flying Kilometer". As quoted from vespa.com, that the scooter is able to make achievements when it is able to cover a distance of 10 km to 11 km (on the Rome-Ostia Autostrada in Italy) in only 21 seconds.
We have never seen this beautiful scooter model on Piaggio's Vespa catalogs before. Is this a custom-built model for racing purposes? (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2E27fp6)
Wow, a distance of 10 km to 11 km was covered in just 21 seconds, it was something extraordinary that could happen at that time. How's fast the Siluro scooter? According to the official notes,  the average speed of the Siluro scooter when breaking the record is 171.1 km/h.

Apparently, the competition aroma was very strong between the two Italian scooter manufacturers who were triumphant in the market at that time. Seeing the 'The Flying Kilometer' record then sparking interest of Innocenti, Piaggio's rival scooter manufacturer to do the same by making an almost similar scooter in 1951 and was named the Lambretta Red Bullet. The result is this rival scooter also fastly splashing like a bullet.
The fully-enclosed streamliner Vespa scooter model of 1958 with clever hatches for the rider’s legs(Picture from: http://bit.ly/2CrHool)
The competition between the two Italian scooter manufacturers continues and in 1958, a third Piaggio streamliner with fully-enclosed built like a wingless airplane and was tested on the Autostrada, but there's no time records or info about this attempt, just a few evocative photos.
Finally, factory battles for Land Speed Record supremacy faded out by the 1960s, after a Golden Age of 30 years’ effort on the international stage, that produced some of the most intriguing, no-holds-barred motorcycle designs of all time.

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 | VESPA | ALLINVESPA | THEVINTAGENT.COM]
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Tuesday, August 11, 2020

The real Gordon Murray's T.50 supercar finally revealed

After working in about 18 months since the design was first revealed to the public. Recently on August 4, 2020, Gordon Murray Automotive launched the latest masterpiece named the GMA T.50, a supercar with a V12 engine, and has weighing less than 1,000 kg that is claimed as the to be much better than Gordon Murray's previous creation, the McLaren F1. 
GMA T.50 is said the ultimate analog supercar with weighing less than 1,000 kg recently debuted on August 4, 2020. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2PF1MXt)
As we all knew, Gordon Murray is a key figure who plays an important role in designing various well-known sports and racing cars, such as the Brabham BT46B which is known as the 'Controversial Fan Car', the McLaren MP4/4, the winner of 15 of the 16 races of the F1 Grand Prix of the 1988 season, up to the McLaren F1, the winner of the 1995 Le Mans 24 Hours, and many others.
GMA T.50 supercar has a center-positioned driver seat with a dashboard full of buttons and a titanium pedal. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3kxagyi)
Not without reason, GMA T.50 weighs only 980 kg. Yes, that's very impressive for a V12 engined car that produces 654 hp and 467 Nm of torque. Incredible, where every 1 hp of generated-power can carry loads of up to 1.507 kg, aka the power ratio of more than 1: 1! If that's not enough, you can find other interesting details brought back such as the fan system adopted from the Brabham BT46B.
While the GMA T.50's passenger seats were slightly back on the right-left sides of the driver. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3kxagyi)
On the front, the GMA T.50 has a similarity in design to the McLaren F1. Starting from a very low front design with smooth curves, and there are air holes on the side. Then installed a large windshield with a rounded concept, the glass on the large gullwing door, and the clear panel on top gives the impression of relief. Also present are air holes that directly direct the wind to the V12 engine, and the rear panel that can be opened with the gullwing concept like a door also gives access to see the rear suspension and engine.
GMA T.50 supercar uses a 3,994 cc, V12 naturally aspirated Cosworth bespoke engine coupled with a 6-speed manual transmission Xtrac gearbox. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3kxagyi)
The ultimate analog supercar design is obsessed with super-light cars, so GMA applies the use of carbon fiber material for the chassis and body of the T.50 supercar. The maker claims that the monocoque chassis and exterior panels weigh less than 150 kg. In dimensions, the GMA T.50 also has a very compact size, with a length of 4,352 mm, which means this car is one inch shorter than the Porsche 718 Cayman.
GMA T.50 supercar uses a rear-mounted 40 cm sized fan which increases downforce by up to 50% in normal driving mode, and 100% in braking. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2DSesrD)
As mentioned above, one of the most interesting parts of the GMA T.50 is the 40 cm sized fan that is mounted behind the car body. The fan operates using a 48-volt electric motor with a maximum rotation of 7,000 rpm. The GMA T.50 rear fan increases downforce by up to 50% in normal driving mode, and 100% in braking. Not only downforce but this fan also serves to supply air for its rear-engine which ultimately increases the car's power up to 49 horsepower.
Gordon Murray Automotive will start producing its T.50 supercar in January 2022 and made it in limited numbers of only 100 units. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2PF1MXt)
Then what about the engine? The GMA T.50 uses a 3,994 cc, V12 Cosworth bespoke engine which can be driven up to 12,100 rpm with the weight only 177 kg. This Naturally Aspirated engine is then connected to a 6-speed manual transmission Xtrac gearbox to transmit the power to drive the rear wheels.
The interior also looks similar to the McLaren F1's cockpit, where the driver sits in the middle with two passenger seats slightly back on right-left sides of the driver with a dashboard full of buttons and a titanium pedal. Like a racing car, the manufacturer will design the GMA T.50 cabin according to the prospective buyer, where the position of the seat, steering wheel, and pedals are precisely adjusted according to the buyer's request.
It was also stated that Gordon Murray Automobile will start producing this T.50 supercar in January 2022 and made it in limited numbers of only 100 units, then for each unit will be sold at a price of around the US. $3.08 million (or equivalent to Rp.45 billion). Are You interested to have one of these supercars? *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | GORDON MURRAY AUTOMOTIVE | CARSCOOPS]
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Monday, August 10, 2020

If the Ferrari sports car stretched into an exotic limousine

Recently, several photos of a Ferrari limo appeared on an Australian online car trading site, carsales.com.au. That might sound odds and have made us slightly doubt whether Ferrari ever made a limousine. But this is true, not a hoax.
The Ferrari limousine built in 2012 based on the 2003 Ferrari 360 Modena. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3aaCYjO)
After doing a careful search on the internet, it turns out that this limousine is the result of extreme modifications based on a Ferrari 360 Modena so it given a name of Ferrari 360 Modena Stretch Limousine. Inevitably made it the longest Ferrari ever and possibly the fastest limousine in the world.

For information, the 2003 Ferrari 360 Modena model which later transformed into a limousine uses an F131B 8-cylinder 3.6L DOHC VVT naturally-aspirated engine which is paired with a manual transmission gearbox.
The Ferrari 360 Modena Stretch Limousine still featured original Ferrari 360 Modena dashboard, steering wheel and seaters at the front. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3aaCYjO)
The rear-mounted engine can give off power up to 394 hp at 8,500 rpm and 373 Nm of torque at 4750 rpm. So that it is able to make the car accelerate from rest to 100 kph in 4.5 seconds. And as for the car's comfort, this Ferrari limousine has adopted the Independent Suspension System attached to each of the front and rear wheels.
The Ferrari 360 Modena Stretch Limousine interior resembles a lounge completed with a small counter and also has a full of an advanced entertainment. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3aaCYjO)
Meanwhile, the interior resembles a lounge completed with a small counter and also has a full of an advanced entertainment system ready to entertain a number of passengers who sat on a row of black-colored genuine leather seats forming an 'L' during travel.
The Ferrari 360 Modena Stretch Limousine passangers sat on a row of black-colored genuine leather seats forming an 'L.' (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3aaCYjO)
According to the car owner who lives in Melbourne, the car started its life as a Ferrari 360 Modena sports coupe and then was modified such ways to a limousine in 2012. Until now, this prancing horse-logoed limousine has traveled 65 thousand kilometers according to the odometer.
The Ferrari 360 Modena Stretch Limousine uses uses an F131B 8-cylinder 3.6L DOHC VVT naturally-aspirated engine which is paired with a manual transmission gearbox. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3aaCYjO)
He further explained the use of this limousine to date, this car usually is rented at AUS $ 1,000 per 1 hour, while for wedding events at AUS $ 2,500 - $ 5,000 dollars. This Ferrari limousine has also been frequently ordered by celebrities and VIPs up to corporates for car shows, promotional events, Formula 1 Grand Prix, filming, television, music, and others.
The Ferrari 360 Modena Stretch Limousine applies double gull-wing door-types at the rear to enter its fancy cabin. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3aaCYjO)
"It also comes with a complete roadworthiness certificate. The vehicle itself has served its life in a well-protected garage, has always been maintained impeccably inside and out, and is in spectacular condition as well," wrote the owner.
As quoted from carsales.com.au, the car is enlisted to be sold for AUS $ 399,999 or around Rp. 4.2 billion (according to the exchange rate of Rp.10,440 per AUS $ 1). If you are interested and want to see this limo firsthand, just contact the owner who lives in Moorabbin, Melbourne - Victoria, Australia. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CARSALES.COM.AU]
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Saturday, August 8, 2020

The latest Lamborghini's wild bulls made especially only for the racing-track

Shortly after launching the Lamborghini Sián Roadster, the raging bull logoed Italian premium automotive manufacturer was officially launched an exclusive hypercar called the Lamborghini Essenza SCV12. And the latest Lamborghini's hypercar can only be used specifically on the track.
The latest Lamborghini Essenza SCV12 made specifically only for the racing-track and in limited numbers of 40 units only. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3fri5Sf)
As quoted from Carscoops, the premium automotive manufacturer based in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy said that will be produced the Essenza SCV12 in limited numbers, ie 40 units only. As quoted from its official sites, the naturally aspirated V12 engined hypercar is also claimed to be the most powerful ever made with aerodynamic factors that should not be doubted. Understandably this hypercar was designed by Lamborghini Centro Stile and developed by Lamborghini Squadra Corse.
The Lamborghini Essenza SCV12 was designed by Lamborghini Centro Stile and developed by Lamborghini Squadra Corse. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3fri5Sf)
As mentioned above, the Lamborghini Essenze SCV12 packs a 6,500 cc natural aspirated V12 engine that promises bursts of power up to 820 horsepower mated to a 6-speed sequential transmission system to drive a pair of rear wheels. It was further mentioned that its technical specifications represented a real racing car. 
The entire body of is Lamborghini Essenza SCV12 built on monocoque carbon fiber, completed by pushrod suspension, and an aerodynamic body device also paired to support the downward force. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3fri5Sf)
The entire body is built on monocoque carbon fiber, completed by pushrod suspension, and an aerodynamic body device also paired to support the downward force. In total from the specifications, the Essenza SCV12 hypercar has a fairly lightweight of 1,378 kg. As for the braking system, the best Brembo's components have been attached to each 19-inch alloy wheels for the front and 20 inches for the rear.
The Lamborghini Essenza SCV12 has predominantly black interior is rounded off by red door pull loops, red accents on the center console, and white seaming on the seats. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3fri5Sf)
If the hypercar is seen from the front, the Lambo designer deliberately installs two large air intakes so that air intake to the engine is maintained. Not to mention the addition of air dam also air splitter which is intended so that more air enters for the cooling of the engine.
The Lamborghini Essenza SCV12 packs a 6,500 cc natural aspirated V12 engine that bursts of power up to 820 hp mated to a 6-speed sequential transmission system to drive a pair of rear wheels. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3fri5Sf)
How much it costs? The Lamborghini's latest rear-wheeled hypercar is sold at £ 2.7 million, equivalent to Rp.51.6 billion (according to the July 2020's exchange rated). Also mentioned the hypercar is very exclusively, so the manufacturer had also prepared a special garage for each of these new hypercars at their HQ in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy. Understandably, the specification of this wild bull is illegal if it is driven on public roads so that every car owner is not allowed to bring those wild bulls back home.
But, it does not mean the hypercar is just stored in that special garage. The premium Italian car manufacturer has also set up a personal security system plus several surveillance cameras that can be accessed 24 hours, so car owners can monitor it any time. Are you interested in becoming one of the owners of these exclusive hypercars? *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CARSCOOPS]
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