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2010 Land Rover LR4

January 19, 2010 Leave a comment
2010 Land Rover LR4

2010 Land Rover LR4. A cool car which called a Land Rover LR3 is well gaining a direct injection engine and upgraded into 2010 Land Rover LR4. It’s cool right.

Read more about this review about Land Rover LR4 in automobilemag:



Land Rover has given us a heavily upgraded interior, enough power to make the LR4 fast, and even a slightly better ride than the LR3 delivered. I was always a fan of the LR3 despite its tippy ride, prodigious curb weight, and lackadaisical acceleration. With the LR4, you no longer need to apologize for an outdated navigation interface or interior materials that would look out of place in a $35,000 vehicle. Land Rover really addressed the shortcomings of the LR3 and delivered a very solid SUV with the LR4. I even prefer this Land Rover over the more expensive and stylish Range Rover Sport and even the exclusive Range Rover.

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2010 Nissan Cube SL

January 19, 2010 Leave a comment
2010 Nissan Cube SL

2010 Nissan Cube SL. If you are a fan of 2010 Nissan Cube SL do you that Nissan Cube is chosen as 2010 Design of the year. Some editors stated that this car is well more funny than ever.

Here is the latest review of automobilemag:

The Cube can be had in four trims, all of which use a version of the Versa’s 1.8-liter four mated to either a six-speed manual or Nissan’s Xtronic CVT. Because the base and S model Cube offer limited customization options, we stepped up to the $16,790 SL. The CVT is the SL’s sole transmission and, though we usually prefer to shift for ourselves, we think this transmission is particularly suited to the Cube’s relaxed, “mobile device” mission. Although even the base Cube comes with a fairly generous helping of standard equipment, we checked the box for the Preferred Package, thereby adding such electronic goodies as push button ignition, a leather-wrapped steering wheel with integrated audio controls, an upgraded audio system with 4.3-inch display, and Bluetooth. To complete the interior, we couldn’t resist adding the retro-cool shag dash patch and the innovative door-mounted bungies, bringing the total price to under $20,000.

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Cadillac XTS Concept

January 19, 2010 Leave a comment
Cadillac XTS Concept

Cadillac XTS Concept. Certainly a new car which launched again in the new world. I have been a fan of this cars recently.

Here is the review of Cadillac XTS Concept from automobilemag website:

Both the high beltline and the large 20-inch wheels help to call attention to the XTS’ all-wheel-drive configuration, but what deserves more attention is what, exactly, is sending power to all four wheels. GM won’t reveal too much about the powertrain (it is a concept, after all), we’re told the XTS Platinum show car uses a plug-in hybrid system similar to that developed for the stillborn Saturn Vue 2-Mode hybrid. A direct-injection 3.6-liter V-6 is mated to an electrically variable transmission, allowing the XTS to be driven by the gasoline engine, an electric motor, or a combination of the two. Cadillac says total output is in the realm of 350 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque.

Cadillac says the XTS Platinum is simply a concept car, but it’s no secret the brand is working on a replacement for its aging STS and DTS sedans. Coincidently, the XTS physically slots in between the two sedans. Expect something similar to reach production by the end of 2012.

If you look at this car you will be amazed about the features.

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CR-X in Honda’s CR-Z || Honda CR-Z

January 15, 2010 Leave a comment
CR-X in Honda’s CR-Z

CR-X in Honda’s CR-Z. The CR-X in Honda’s the ultimate CR-Z hybrid is the new CR-X. This will be the next hybrid car I think it suits well to your temptation and imagination.

According to wired.com:

For the record, Smith owns a 1989 CR-X Si. I’ve owned a ‘90 Si, just like the one pictured at right, and an ‘87 HF. Both were fantastic cars. Even the 58-horsepower(!) HF made a winding road lots of fun. The CR-X proved a car could offer decent performance, excellent handling and superlative fuel economy in an attractive package.

Smith is right in saying the CR-Z doesn’t measure up on paper. It weighs 2,670 pounds and has just 122 horsepower to haul all that bulk. The first-gen CR-X weighed between 1,713 and 1,978 pounds and produced as much as 135 horsepower depending upon the trim level and year. What’s more, the CR-Z is built on the same platform as the 2010 Insight, a car that offers all the driving excitement of a shopping cart.

There’s more than performance at issue here. A lot of people are harping about the car’s 36 mpg (combined), saying it’s appalling for a compact hybrid two-seater. The loudest critics note that the ‘89 CR-X HF got 41 in the city and 50 on the highway under current EPA standards. They’re comparing apples to oranges. The ‘89 HF produced 62 horsepower and weighed 836 pounds less than the CR-Z. It also didn’t have airbags, or traction control, or a six-speaker audio system, or power everything, or navi, or…. All that stuff adds weight, which is an enemy of fuel economy.

Bimota Tesi 3D & Sexy Girls

January 1, 2010 Leave a comment
Sexy Girls
Sexy Girls
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