Senin, 18 Juni 2012

List Of Best New Car 2012 - Must Have List

Many of these car are really worth to you to buy. Searching for a good reason or fit budget to buy your car dream by next year? Here goes the 12 New Car 2012/2013 which can be one of your dream New Car this year 2012/2013.

The New Car 2012/2013 dominated by hatchback model, suitable for city usage. They have gas efficiency evolution by Hybrid engine.

Oke, we give you 12 New Car 2012/2013 must have list so you can prepare your saved money to buy your car dream.

Here are them.

Kamis, 04 Februari 2010

Audi Q5 gallery

Here is the slideshow gallery pictures of Audi Q5. Please enjoy the slide show...

Body Style: 5-door crossover SUV
Accommodation: 5-passenger
Construction: Steel unibody with integrated aluminum and magnesium

Engine: DOHC V-6 with FSI direct injection
Displacement: 3.2 liters
Power: 270 hp @ 6500 rpm
Torque: 243 lb-ft @ 3000 rpm
Transmission: 6-speed automatic with tiptronic
Drive: Four-wheel
Fuel economy: 18/23/20 mpg (city/hwy/combined)

Steering: Servotronic, speed sensitive, power-assisted

Turns lock-to-lock: N/A
Turning Circle: 38.1 ft
Suspension, Front: Independent five-link aluminum

Suspension, Rear: Independent trapezoidal-link
Brakes F/R: Power-assisted ventilated disc/drum; ABS
Wheels: 18-in alloy
Tires: Michelin Latitude Alpin (winter)
Tire Size: 235/60R18

Headroom F/R: 38.1 / 37.7 in?
Legroom F/R: 41.0 / 37.4 in
Shoulder Room F/R: 57.7 / 56.4 in
Wheelbase: 110.5 in
Track F/R: 63.7 / 63.5 in
L x W x H: 182.2 x 82.2 x 65.1 in?
Cargo Capacity: 29.1 / 57.3 cu ft (rear/with seats folded)
Weight: 4244 lb
Weight Dist. F/R: 53 / 47%?
Fuel Capacity: 19.8 gal
Est. Range: 396 miles
Fuel Grade: 91 octane

Standard Equipment
Quattro all-wheel-drive
6-speed automatic with Tiptronic
18" aluminum wheels with 235/60R18 all-season tires
Roof rails with crossbars
Trailer hitch pre-wiring
TPMS sensors

Premium Plus - $4050
Xenon headlights with led drls
Panorama sunroof
Power tailgate
Heated front seats
Homelink garage door opener
Driver side memory
Auto dimming & power folding mirrors
Auto dimming interior mirror with compass
Audi music interface with iPod cable
Stainless door sills and trunk edge

Audi MMI Navigation Plus Package - $3000
Hdd navigation with voice control
Audi parking system with advanced rearview camera
Color driver information system
Single cd/dvd player

BMW X1 Concept

Malicious tongues claim that the X1's psychedelic-swirl paint job marks the ultimate expression of Chris Bangle's flame- surface design philosophy, but this is not the case. The wild circles printed on thick adhesive foil do a better job of disguising a car's contours than the matte-black cladding used in the past. It was required attire for the preproduction prototype X1 that we drove.

Dimensionally, the X1 is really more of an X2, so expect the next X3 (due in 2011) to grow a full size. The X1 breaks new ground in terms of proportions: it's based on the current 3-series, but it's taller than the wagon, not as long as the sedan, wider than the coupe, and offers more interior room than any of them. Thanks to the wider doors, entry and egress is pleasantly painless. A relatively small cargo hold is remedied by folding rear seats, and a power-operated tailgate will be optional.

Our test car, an X1 xDrive28i, had the familiar 3.0-liter in-line six and six-speed automatic. Dynamically, it exceeded our expectations by about 100 percent, with tenacious roadholding and chuckable handling. It's so much fun to drive that the DMV should consider slapping some sort of entertainment tax on it.

The X1's revised, rear-biased xDrive four-wheel-drive system has been recalibrated to help the X1 handle with the same verve, finesse, and ambition as a compact sport coupe. The DTC switch should be bright red and marked PLAY: turn off the stability control, and the X1 becomes a master of grip and drift, poise and pose, balance and breakaway. Try the same hooliganism in an X3, and you'll find yourself in the ditch, guaranteed.

There will be no M version, but the X1 isn't slow: according to BMW, 62 mph comes in 6.7 seconds, top speed is limited to 150 mph, and the efficient six returned 28 mpg in the European combined cycle. Although it closely matches the footprint of a 3-series wagon, the X1 will be far less expensive.

ALL-IN-ONE FUN: The X1 is a remarkably successful interpretation of the crossover theme in that it blends SUV virtues-elevated seating position and extra ground clearance-with wagon assets such as carlike fuel economy and inspired handling. This BMW offers better packaging than an all-wheel-drive 3-series, and it's even more fun to drive. Unfortunately, the styling is an acquired taste. Maybe that psychedelic skin wasn't such a bad idea after all.

Source: automobilemag.com

Price: $32,000 (est.)
Engine: 3.0L I-6, 260 hp, 225 lb-ft
Drive: 4-wheel

Spying Hummer 2012

With gasoline surging toward $4 per gallon and massive SUVs falling massively out of favor, it would seem that GM's Hummer division would be entering the autumn of its years. But according to J. D. Power and Associates, the brand captures and retains owners better than most, so it's worth nurturing. The trick is making hugeness less of a calling card - a process that started with the demise of the H1 - but preserving extreme off-road ability. As anyone who has done any serious off-roading can attest, size is your enemy on the trail, so a smaller but still off-road-ready Hummer, perhaps like the HX concept (below), makes perfect sense. The HX gives us a good look at the upcoming H4, and if that new entry has all the off-road gear of the show car, it'll be a strong addition to the lineup. The HX sports full-time four-wheel drive (naturally) with locking front and rear differentials, 35-inch tires, a 3.6-liter direct-injected V-6, and an electronically disconnectable front antiroll bar - not to mention that unmistakable blocky styling.

HONEY, I SHRUNK THE HUMMER: And not a moment too soon, given the state of the economy. At last, proof that Hummer doesn't operate in a vacuum. Sort of.
Source: automobilemag.com

Rabu, 27 Januari 2010

Ford Fiesta S2000

Ford isn’t planning an ST or RS Fiesta, but this is the next best thing – the Ford Fiesta S2000 rally car. Built by M-Sport - the same team behind the WRC Focus - it’s Ford first global rally car.

The Fiesta is eligible to enter national rally championships, as well as the IRC and S2000 World Cup in 2010, and will also form the basis of Ford’s WRC effort in 2011. It will debut as a course car at next week’s Rally of Scotland, the final round of this year’s IRC.

Tech details on this Ford Fiesta S2000 please...

Under the vented bonnet is a 2.0-litre (hence S2000) four-cylinder engine that produces 280bhp at a screaming 8000rpm, along with 192lb ft at 6500rpm. That power is sent through a six-speed sequential gearbox and AP clutch to all four wheels.

And to keep the wheels in contact with the ground and stop huge jumps shattering the car there’s three-way adjustable dampers with remote reservoirs. A steel roll cage also adds strength, but despite the hefty protection the Fiesta rally car tips the scales at the mandated 1200kg.

There’s also a hydraulic handbrake to help in hairpins, plus different gravel and asphalt set-ups. On the rough stuff the Fiesta has Brembo-supplied 300mm discs and four-piston monobloc callipers all round, plus 15-inch aluminium wheels, but on tarmac the front brakes are upped to 355mm and the wheels go up to 18-inch magnesium items.

Prices have yet to be announced but M-Sport plans to build 50 cars in the next 12 months.

Selasa, 26 Januari 2010

Toyota Auris facelift (2010): first official photos

Toyota Auris Official Picture.

Toyota Auris is the new rival for Golf. Toyota says its new Optimal Drive – the Japanese take on BMW’s Efficient Dynamics – have trimmed CO2 down to 125g/km on the 1.4 D-4D, and a new stop-start system is ushered in on the 1.3-litre petrol.

This may be generation improvements of the Yaris, take alook below. I think it

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