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BMW has officially announced the availability of its 2009 335d model in the US, a new-generation of clean diesels that will be sold in all 50 states. It uses a twin-turbocharged, direct-injection 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder that makes 265 horsepower and 425 pound-feet of torque. The 335d accelerates from zero to 60 in less than 6.2 seconds and returns EPA city/highway fuel economy of 23/33 mpg. The production of this car will begin in September with sales to start in November. [Autoblog]


Check out this rather unique bicycle concept by English designer Thomas Jowen. He has named this conceptual design as ‘One’, which is an urban bike that can be folded when not in use. Once the bike is folded, it will make a compact round shaped design which hardly occupies any space. Hopefully the bike will hit the market soon! [Thomas Jowen]

Can’t decide whether to take your car or motorcyle for a ride? Don’t worry, this exclusive Spyder Roaster can solve your dilemma. This motorcycle/car will bring you a new experience on the roads with its 106horsepower and speeds up to 110mph. Although it doesn’t have much space for more passengers, it definitely rides like a fancy sportscar. Tagged at $22,000, I’m not sure whether you’re paying for luxury or an expensive rush. [GearCrave]

The Smart Petite, Ford Ka

by Stephen on August 1, 2008


Ford Ka offers superb driving dynamics in a small package. The Ford Ka range includes the Ka Style and Ka Style Climate. For more power, there’s Ford Sportka SE with its aggressive styling and feisty 1.6-litre engine. All models however comes with key features like; power-assisted steering, Anti-lock braking system (ABS), driver’s airbag, Immobiliser – Passive Anti-Theft System (PATS) , and more. For the interior, you got flexible 50/50 split rear seats and a handy glovebox which means you can bring whatever you need and squeeze em in. Price ranges from £7,645 to £10,545. Ka is making a ‘cameo’ in the new James Bond flick, Quantum of Solace, at the end of October. Be sure to check that out too. [Ford]

The Ultra Lavish Bike F4CC

by Stephen on July 31, 2008

MV Agusta F4cc

The MV Agusta F4CC’s $120,000 price tag is comparable to that of exotic cars. The F4CC 1,078cc engine produces 200 horsepower at 12,200 rpm and it can cruise as fast as 195 MPH. Exhaust is routed through titanium racing exhaust system. All of these is housed within stunning carbon fiber bodywork clad with sharp details like titanium mesh inlets. Potential buyers will be attracted to F4CC’s exclusivity, MV Agusta’s celebrated racing history, and the chance to own a machine of high aesthetic value with extreme performance.[MV-Agusta VIA PeepCulture]