Showing posts from June, 2015

World's Fastest: 270.49 mph Hennessey Venom GT

Offered at $1.4 million

Unbelievable Car, A car with degree V8 Engine, 2 overhead valves with Iron / aluminum forced induction having twin precision ball bearing turbochargers which can produce the torque 1244 bhp@600rpm.
0-60 mph
0-100 mph
0-300 km/h
0-200 mph
¼ mile
Standing half mile
Standing mile
Verified speed
Est. top speed
2.7 sec.
5.6 sec.
13.63 sec. – Guinness World Record
14.51 sec. – Hypercar World Record
9.92 sec. @ 163 mph
206 mph
253 mph
270.49 mph
278 mph
  DrivetrainTransmissionRicardo 6-Speed manualFinal Drive Ratio3.36:11st gear/max speed
2nd gear/max speed
3rd gear/max speed
4th gear/max speed
5th gear/max speed
6th gear/max speed2.61:1 69 mph
1.71:1 105 mph
1.23:1 146 mph
0.94:1 191mph
0.77:1 233 mph
0.63:1 278 mphThe most amazing thing we  found in venom GT cars, its bonnet opens in opposite way,  another car by the same motors spotted by us  in Australia

The Hennessey Venom GT design is based on the Lotus Elise / Exige. The Venom GT is created from a base Lotus Elise / Exige and utilizes comp…

Turbocharging and advanced hybrid tech coming to Formula 1

The cars' exhaust system will change from a two-pipe setup to a single pipe, which must be angled upwards to prevent exhaust flow from being used for aerodynamic effectUnlike “trickle down economics” which forgot to trickle down, Formula One has been known to develop race technology that has meandered its way into the mainstream in consumer form. McLaren’s carbon fiber monocoque, albeit an expensive design innovation reserved for high end exotics, was the direct result of F1 engineering. For the 2014 season, new hybrid technologies and requirements designed to make F1 racing more energized and eco-friendly are being introduced.

technology and energy recovery systems play an integral role in the car’s power makeup, but the engine size itself will be significantly reduced. In 2013, F1 teams were allowed a 2.4-liter naturally-aspirated V8 engine with power output of 750 bhp, but for the 2014 season, engines will lose two cylinders and almost a liter of displacement. At 1.6 liters, t…

New BMW 7 Series revealed new turbocharged six-cylinder engine

BMW is finally pulling the wraps off its sixth-generation 7 Series. The flagship boasts a ton of improvements for 2016, including a smattering of onboard tech and weight reduction of 190 pounds.
The 7 Series uses a new internal structure called Carbon Core.  Carbon Core uses a mix of carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic and ultra-high-tensile steel for the 7's major structural components. It's largely responsible for the 190-pound weight reduction, along with the aluminum doors and trunk lid. The weight savings has allowedBMW to maintain a fifty-fifty weight distribution.BMW has unveiled the all-new BMW 7 Series, the brand’s flagship in its sixth generation. The 2016 BMW 7 Series will be introduced in theUSA as a 740i and a 750i x Drive model – featuring a new Twin Power turbo in-line six-cylinder engine in the 740i, from the BMW Group’s new generation of modular engines. The use of BMW drive technology in the BMW 740e x Drive plug-in hybrid model constitutes yet another highlight. T…

Jaguar XJ unveiled

Fresh after the reveal of the refreshed XF, Jaguar has shown off an updated version of its top XJ sedan. The current XJ is now nearly six years old but is still the most striking car in its segment. The refresh doesn’t bring any revolutionary changes but simply builds on the XJ’s design. Changes include new full LED headlamps with smart daytime running lamps, as well as new LED tail lamps and oval exhaust tips. More comprehensive changes occur on the inside. In 2009 the XJ’s all digital instrument cluster was space age but today it looks a bit dated. The new one promises sharper graphics as well as an integrated navigation feature. The infotainment system is brand new as well and behind that touch screen display is Jaguar’s new In Control Touch Pro system that works off a quad core Intel processor and has a 60GB hard drive. The previously optional 17-speaker Meridian sound-system is now standard and in its place is a mammoth 1300 watt 26-speaker system.

Mechanical changes include a new…

Self Driving Vehicle

It’s pretty much safe to say that self-driving (autonomous) cars are going to be speeding along our roads in the future. They might not arrive as early as we would like them to – with the exception of Tesla Motors’ three-year plan

You see, up to 90% of deadly accidents caused on the road today are from human error – mistakes people make while driving. Some of these errors include speeding, aggressive driving, and foolishly operating a vehicle under the influence. They sound more like poor choices than “errors” if you ask me. Well, regardless, self-driving cars are designed to take away human error, and their predicted effects are incredibly hopeful.

According to a new study from the Eno Center for Transportation, if a mere 10% of cars on the road were replaced with autonomous vehicles, up to 1,000 deadly accidents would be prevented in the US. If that weren’t enough, the nation would save roughly $38 billion from reduced traffic congestion. Less accidents and open roads? Sounds good …

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