Monday, 27 February 2012

Bertone Nuccio concept

While the Bertone Nuccio idea sketches gratis a couple weeks ago in essence showed us nothing, but the latest lot of renderings better commune what we'll see at next month's Geneva Motor Show. Designed by Stile Bertone's Mike Robinson and name for Giuseppe "Nuccio" Bertone, the concept is based on the 1970 Lancia Stratos Zero concept, a car created under Nuccio's management.

At 1,220 millimeters elevated, the Nuccio is 7 mm taller than a Ferrari 458. It's motorized by a 4.3-liter V8 making 483 horsepower, which match the numbers for the engine leaving into the updated Ferrari California. If past Bertone concept are instructive, we can expect a lot of surprises from the car when we see it in the metal.

Tuesday, 21 February 2012

Nissan Juke

The Nissan Juke is a formation from Nissan that was a bit leftfield and raised a few eyebrows when it was initial free.  It was a huge performance car but boasted some loud and very brave styling with plenty of accessories and accompaniments that actually put this car in a class of its own.

Things have at the present evolved even further with the Nissan Juke R!  In fact they have approximately evolved out of recognition into a real beast.  The car was unveil by Nissan as a one-off concept car but that hasn’t stopped up rumours that the car could find itself in manufacture at some point in the future, either in its current form or perhaps a somewhat watered down form that would be easier to market as its style wouldn’t be to everybody’s taste in its present form.
The Nissan Juke R has an enormous 520 horse power generate from a twin-turbo 3.8 litre V6 that grunts and growl like a wild animal that has runaway into the forest.

The styling of the car, as to be expected, is hugely bizarre with the original shape of the Nissan Juke still recognizable but as if it has been put on a thorough course of steroids.  Angled headlights pierce the night ahead while large vents eat into the bonnet.   Frogs eye fog lights litter the front grill and there are plenty of lumps and bump all above in the form of a chunky body kit that gives it a ludicrous amount of presence.

Huge 20 inch black alloy wheels sit dangerously close to its lower chassis with low profile tyres and an constituent of menace.

Monday, 13 February 2012

New Toyota city automobile draft exposed

Toyota has exposed the primary sketch of an ground-breaking new idea car that promise a “total vehicle” approach to plummeting the overall CO2 emission of a city car. The idea, to be officially unveiled at next month’s Geneva motor show, has been name FT-Bh.

The Japanese firm is residual coy on exact particulars of the new concept ahead of Geneva. It has said that the idea is “an ultra-lightweight, full hybrid city car study, intended to achieve low emissions within an economically viable manufacture framework”.

During the project, multifaceted manufacturing processes and luxurious raw resources were deliberately avoided in favour of those already ordinary places within the manufacturing. It’s an move toward that should make the FT-BT a feasible car for the future, albeit one with characteristic idea car looks.