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10 stunning automotive inspired gadgets

We are always exhilarated by the little view of our favorite cars. From Porsche to Ferrari, from Lamborghini to BMW, etc. Now we can flaunt these car designs in our pockets through these geeky gadgets with engraved emblems of our beloved cars. Take a look.

World's Best Limo's

HQ Wallapers of Future Designer cars

Take a look at some future designer cars.

Designing of Car using CATIA V5


HQ Wallpapers of concept bikes

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Win a Brand New Dell Inspiron 14 Laptop (Intel Core 2 Duo) at Sizlopedia's Giveaway

Almost every computer user wants to have his/her own laptop as it is easier to work on laptop than on PC. Some computer users couldn't buy a laptop just because it is costly for them. But now here is golden chance to win a brand new Dell Inspiron 14 (Intel Core 2 Duo) laptop as is giving away a brand new Dell laptop to its readers.

Dell has done more than anyone to keep the midsize laptop in play, churning out inexpensive, reasonably configurable systems, such as the Inspiron 1440. For less than $700, we got a perfectly fine 14-inch dual-core, wide-screen laptop, with plenty of configuration options if we wanted to add or subtract features.

The LED display measures 14.0 inches and features an extrawide 16:9 aspect ratio that matches up with HD video. With 1,366×769 native resolution, it’s great for 720p HD content, although the glossy screen coating can attract distracting glare from other light sources. A 1,600×900 display is available as a $75 option if you want a higher screen resolution (keep in mind, this will make text and icons smaller at their default size).

Dell Inspiron 14 (Intel Core 2 Duo T6600)

Notebook type Budget
Processor Intel Core 2 Duo P7450
Installed Size 3 GB DDR2 SDRAM – 800 MHz
Hard Drive 250 GB – 5400 rpm SATA
CD/DVD Burner CD / DVD read speed 8X
Display Type 14.0, Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD
Audio Output Features High Definition Audio 2.0
Battery Lithium Ion 48 Wh
OS Provided Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, 64bit, English

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Sunday, March 28, 2010

Another rivalary against TATA NANO - Hyundai's Compact car !

We’ve been hearing about Hyundai’s Tata Nano since last year and today we have more details along with photo renderings of the compact car. According to Hyundai’s Advanced Technology Center head, Cho Won-suk, the car will arrive on the market by next year.
Hyundai’s Indian sources say that the car will be powered by a 800cc engine and will be a direct competitor to the Tata Nano and the Suzuki Alto.
According to the Business Standard, the car is currently under development in Korea and prices are expected to start around 2 lakh ($4,500 USD).

Thursday, March 25, 2010

HQ Wallpapers of Future Designer Cars !

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Another Big Launch for India Automobile Industry- Nissan Micro to be launched in India in July !

Japanese carmaker Nissan on Tuesday said it plans to sell 100,000 vehicles in India by 2013, for which it will launch nine models in the next two years, including the sedan version of its latest compact car Micra – slated to be available in the country by July.

In order to achieve the sales target the company will enhance its dealership network to 82 by 2013 from eight at present.

"Our target is to sell one lakh units in India by 2013," Nissan Motor India Pvt ltd MD and CEO Kiminobu Tokuyama said a day ahead of the inauguration of a manufacturing plant developed by the Renault-Nissan alliance.

On increasing the number of dealers, he said, "We will have 82 dealers by 2013 from 8 dealers currently."

The company, which sells only imported models like sedan Teana and SUV Xtrail in India, will launch nine models by 2012, of which five will be locally produced and four will be completely built unit (CBU) imports, he said.

"The second model in 2011 will be a sedan based on V- platform, on which Micra is built and the third will be a multipurpose vehicle on the same platform in 2012," he said.

Tokuyama said India will be a key export hub for Nissan, shipping both CBUs as well as parts.

"For CBUs, exports target is 110,000 units by 2011 to over 100 countries and it will rise further to 1.8 lakh units later on," he said, adding that the firm will also export components to its other plants in China, Thailand and Japan.

The Ultra Low-Cost Car "TATA NANO" No longer be 1 Lakh !

The One lakh car need not be One Lakh anymore. Yes, with the increase in steel prices as high as 25% in April 2009, 2% excise duty on cars, 2% price hike on tyres, and increasing labor costs, all are pricking the price tag of Nano.

Although, Tata was reluctant to announce the newer prices of Tata Nano, the situations around, obviously infers that except the lucky first 1,00,000 owners who booked Nano, attracted solely because of Tata and the 1,00,000 rupees price, all others who shall book later this year , might need to shell out an additional Rs.30,000, applicable for all the three,Base, CX and LX versions.

What Nano had done more than its boastful ultra low price is the platform it has created in global automobile industries for low cost middle-class targeted cars. A notable point at this juncture is that out of every 1000 people in India, less than 10 people have a four-wheeler, promising a fantastic future for small cars in home land.

Monday, March 08, 2010

Fireballs: The Best Possible Outcome When Straight-Piping A Lambo

It might look like something out of a Burnout video game but this is what happens when you slap custom-made straight pipes onto a Lamborghini Gallardo. The result: Belching blue fireballs. Our inner hoon couldn't be happier.

This is what Lamborghinis are supposed to be — flame-snorting, ridiculous, bombastic, outrageous machines worthy of the charging bull on the badge — machines that should be feared as much as respected. In fact, there's something very wrong about a Lamborghini not consumed with a desire to maim or incinerate its operator.

Click Next to learn more about this bumper-melting beast.

This work is the creation of Fluid MotorUnion, who designed a completely new straight-pipe exhaust system using computational fluid dynamics to optimize for back pressure, flow and system weight and then manufactured it in stainless steel.

Based on popular demand, here is a high-resolution, desktop worthy version of this image, hosted by the fine gentlemen at Fluid MotorUnion

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At full chat, the dual tips will belch fireballs due to an unexpected quirk in the flow profile. They emerge with such explosive force as to produce a shockwave. Sweet.

[via 6SpeedOnline]

The stainless steel system develops an additional 30 HP over stock 25 lb-ft of additional torque. Those numbers are great, but shooting fire is totally worth the undoubtedly high price of entry.

[via 6SpeedOnline]

Since the car will live in the real world the system is fitted with vacuum and servo actuated valves from Hyperflow which mute the wild wail of the unrestricted F1 sound coming from the Lambo's V10. Here you can see the entire exhaust system with temporary vacuum lines running to the valves. At the flick of a switch or under agressive tip-in those valves open back up and attempt to set the world on fire.

Wednesday, March 03, 2010

A Million Dollar Announces Million Dollar Prize for Unintended Acceleration Research

Looking to make a million bucks? Well, all you have to do is figure out the root cause for unintended acceleration in vehicles. said that it is going to offer $1 million to whoever (or a group of people) can figure out once and for all what’s causing the unintended acceleration issues in Toyotaand other vehicles. Of course, you have to come up with a solution as well.

“We have heard compelling testimony from consumers. Many incidents are not fully addressed by recalls. NHTSA is responding to the challenge with more of what they have already done: additional investigations. Isn’t it time to try a different approach? We at think so,” commented CEO Jeremy Anwyl. is currently working on coming up with rules for a new prize in hopes to attracting the best thinkers in the world.

“‘Open source’ created a forum for great programmers to contribute in building great software. Let’s see if this kind of ‘crowd sourcing’ can work in the pressing area of automotive safety,” said Anwyl.

- By: Omar Rana

Source: Edmunds