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Lotus Evora

by Stephen on July 25, 2008


Lotus Evora comes with lightweighed aluminum chassis wrapping 3.5 litre V6 DOHC engine. It goes from 0 to 60 miles per hour within under 5 seconds. It uses 18″ alloys front tire and 19″ alloys rear tire. It will also be the first car with such engine developed for 2+2 seats car. It has full blown Alpine multimedia system, with DVD, audio and more. Family Sports Car, anyone? [LOTUS]

Eclipse 400 Single Engine Jet

by Stephen on July 25, 2008


Eclipse 400 is priced at $1.35 million in June 2008 Economics. It has four seats and cruises at 41000 feet, currently higher than any other single engine jets. It surprisingly burns only 26 gallons per hour at speed of 256 Knots, making it one of the most fuel efficient jets. Deliveries are targeted for Q4 2011. [ECLIPSE via PeepCulture]

2009 Harley Davidson V-Rod Muscle

by Isaiah on July 25, 2008


Harley Davidson has introduced a new member of the V-Rod family, the 2009 V-Rod Muscle. It powered by a liquid-cooled 1250cc Revolution V-Twin engine that has 122 HP and 86 ft lbs of torque at 6500 RPMs. It also included the Brembo brakes, 240mm rear tire, dual straight shot side pipe exhausts. At $18,000 it’s one of the most expensive motorcycles on the consumer market. [Autoblog via PeepCulture]

Audi A8 L W12 Review

by Stephen on July 24, 2008


Audi A8 has elegantly merged exceptional luxury with excellent driving performance. Since doing both could be quite tempting, the idea is to take turn with a friend or family driving the car behind the wheel or enjoying the back seats with its DVD entertainment system, power adjustments, and a cool fridge. The sound system comes from Bang and Olufsen ensuring only the best sound quality. The engine this huge is rather fuel thirsty at 15 MPG city / 21 MPG highway. Priced around $120.000. [YAHOO]

New Citroen 2CV Concept

by Stephen on July 24, 2008


The car looks like it came from the future. Designer David Portela redesigned the classic 2CV model using his own interpretation. The new design still keeps the trademark details such as the slated bonnet, slab sides and covered rear wheels. [David Portela]