Meet the 2014 SRT Viper GTS Anodized Carbon Edition. Still powered by the same naturally aspirated 8.4 liter V10, it’s in the details where this thing really shines. The 2-door sports car has been drenched in a metallic matte paint job (unique to this particular Viper), contrasting bright orange brake calipers, carbon fiber hits throughout both the exterior and interior cabin of the vehicle, and Nappa leather paired with Alcantara seats within the cabin. For those of you looking to park this beauty in your garage, you best act fast, because this Viper is limited to just 50 units. No price tag yet, but we can assure you it will be expensive.
To honor the 15th anniversary of the record breaking Gran Turismo gaming series, its creator, Kazunori Yamauchi, asked several leading automotive makers and design agencies worldwide to create their version of future vehicles. Sporting the traditional long-hood, short rear deck shape of our favorite sports cars, the Vision Gran Turismo looks like something straight out of the future with features like a LED encrusted front grille and 8-tailpipe exhaust system built right into the rear bumper of the car. Under the hood lies an AMG sourced V8 bi-turbo engine pumping out roughly 580 horsepower along with 590 lb-ft of torque. Utilizing an aluminum space-frame body paired with carbon fiber parts, this beauty tips the scales at 1,385 kilograms. Mercedes-Benz AMG Vision Gran Turismo concept will be a part of the initial GT6 release with other designs introduced over time via online updates. A 1:1-scale model of the Mercedes-AMG Vision Gran Turismo will be unveiled at the opening of the new Mercedes-Benz Research & Development Center in California this week, but unfortunately this design looks set to remain a virtual reality.
This is not a real car. In fact, it’s not even a picture of an upcoming real car that will become real. Alex Imnadze has created a fantastic render of a modern Maserati Bora. For those of you that are familiar with the Bora, you will see that the render has a lot in common with the original 70′s poster car but is completely modernized to an extent that isn’t over the top. A design study on a Maserati supercar, the Bora Concept features a long, sleek design, signature high-spoke wheels, and a few other Maserati design cues along the front, side and back angles.
Check this exciting new performance concept road car – the Caterham AeroSeven Concept – that Caterham Cars has unveiled at the 2013 SingTel Singapore Grand Prix. The Caterham AeroSeven Concept, which draws heavily on methods used by the F1 team, will be the first ever Caterham model to be fitted with traction control. Thanks to a newly developed Caterham Engine Management System, drivers will be able to enjoy fully-adjustable traction and launch control functionality. Based on an updated interpretation of the highly acclaimed Seven CSR platform, the carbon-fiber bodied concept vehicle, which will reach 100km/h (62.5mph) in under 4 seconds, will initially draw its power from the normally-aspirated, EU6-approved, 240ps (237bhp) engine developed by Caterham Technology & Innovation for the recently launched Caterham Seven 485. The AeroSeven Concept is stacked with race car-inspired features, including aerodynamic styling, an exclusive steering wheel with driver-focused functionality, and an intuitive fully active Graphical Display Unit (GDU). Production will remain at the Caterham Cars factory in Dartford, UK. Delivery of the production version of the concept model will begin in Autumn 2014. Check out exciting discount car electronics at DHgate.com.
Built by Austria based Marchi Mobile luxury mobile home eleMMent Palazzo perhaps one of world’s most amazing caravan. Measuring in at 45 feet long it has extremely forward thinking exterior shell. The eleMMent PALAZZO boasts a wide variety of amenities that are unparalleled by most if not all motor homes. It has everything you need to live on the road including a fully equipped, fully functional kitchen, master bedroom complete with rainfall shower, and even a motorized upper deck that would make the perfect bar area for taking in the scenery. The cockpit is equally impressive, complete with a touchscreen that lets the driver control all of the key features and functions the eleMMent Palazzo has to offer. And it costs $3 million. So if you have an extra $3 million lying around, it’s time to start thinking about picking up one of these eleMMent Palazzo Land Yachts.
2013 International Motor Show in Frankfurt have presented to the world the compact four-seater Smart FourJoy Concept that is the forerunner of a new Smart generation. No doors, no rear window and an open roof – the Smart FourJoy dispenses with unnecessary ballast. At the same time this gives viewers an unhindered view of the futuristic interior with its striking rear seat bench in the style of lounge furniture. This means that the vehicle has ample space for four people. With its compact dimensions and a turning circle of 9.1 metres the Smart FourJoy boasts the agility typical of the brand and is able to show off its strengths, especially in cities around the world. And thanks to the state-of-the-art electric drive with a 55 kW magneto-electric motor the zero-local-emission Smart FourJoy offers agile driving performance without any shift delays.
After initially unveiling the DB4 GT at the 1960 London Motor Show, Aston Martin built 19 examples through 1963. In 1991 an additional four examples were built, followed by another pair in 2000. British coachbuilder Evanta Motor Company took a DB7 – of which Aston produced some 7,000 examples in its ten-year production run – and rebodied it to look like a classic Zagato. This particular conversion is based on the DB7 V12 Vantage model, with an earlier version of the same 6.0-liter V12 still employed in the latest Astons producing 420 horsepower. That’s considerably more than the 314 hp offered by the 3.7-liter straight six in the original DB4 GT, and it is mated to an automatic gearbox and all the modern accoutrements, from air conditioning to air bags. The blueish-silver bodywork hides a red leather interior complete with full rollcage and retrofitted dashboard and seats. While all the details surely didn’t come cheap, you can bet it cost less for Evanta to create than an original DB4 GT – or for that matter, a 2002 DB7 Zagato.
Czech car maker ŠKODA has developed an ultra-modern pram vRS Mega Man-Pram. The model is designed in a sporty style, it’s significantly higher than the standard wheelchair: standing two meters high. The buggy comes complete with wing mirrors, hydraulic suspension, 20 inch alloy wheels, over-sized brake calipers, anti-stress grips and a headlamp beam for night walks. Tots lucky enough to be carried on board can look forward to “sports-style upholstery” and “adjustable lumbar support”. Heidi Cartledge, Head of Marketing at ŠKODA UK comments: “The “vRS Mega Man-Pram” proves what you can do when you take the vRS vision off road and drive it straight into the nursery. We used it in the new Octavia vRS TV ad because we wanted to bring to life the idea of enhancing the performance of everyday objects. The high tech-buggy gives a tongue in cheek sense of what you could experience if you vRS’d your life”.
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