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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, August 10, 2011

Amazing Car Parking in Wolfburg

Visitors to the Autostadt in Wolsfburg (Germany) are now able to experience the CarTowers from the inside! A special glass, panorama lift takes six guests through the same procedure as one of the 800 cars stored in the CarTowers. The transparent cylindrical buildings rise 48 meters above the grounds. They work like giant vending machines. As a new car arrives from the Volkswagen factory, it’s transported by robot to an empty storage slot in one of the towers.

Ferrari F1 Busa Trike- Modified Hayabusa

There’s so many ways to make a custom vehicle. like this japan modificator who made a Ferrari F1 from his Suzuki Hayabusa Bike. His amazing tuning was shown on 2009 Tokyo Auto Salon Exhibition. This Ferrari F1 Busa Trike with a high spec really reminds us to the original ferrari f1 car. but this people made this awesome vehicle modification from his suzuki GSX 1300R hayabusa.
Some conversions are good, some are great and some stand apart because of the ingenuity and effort the creator has put into its making. Here is an embodiment, straight from Yokohama, Japan. A man has done an amazing conversion that even Ferrari can’t help but appreciate. This man took the Suzuki Hayabusa and converted it into an awesome Ferrari Trike. Christened as F1 Hayabusa Ferrari, the trike has been modeled to look alike Ferrari F1 car. Don’t forget to check our previous post about F1 Steering Wheel.
The sad fact, however, is it won’t ever enter into production as the Ferrari has appreciated the conversion and has no problem with fan owning one, but hasn’t allowed the creator to produce the copies of his this F1 Hayabusa Ferrari. Nevertheless, hit the jump to checkout images and watch a video.

Such an awesome tuning of Suzuki GSX 1300R Hayabusa into a Ferrari F1 Trike.

Designed by 21-year-old Yuhan Zhang, the Volkswagen Aqua Hovercraft

Designed by 21-year-old Yuhan Zhang, the Volkswagen Aqua is an all-terrain hovercraft with four little electric motorized fans that provide lift and thrust along with a hydrogen cell powered engine. The styling of the Volkswagen Aqua is extremely clean and simple. There’s very little clutter to the lines, except perhaps at the rear due to the quartet of fans. The interior has room for two people, and features a similar minimalist vibe as the exterior.

BMW's Dream come true on two wheels - K1300 R

The German manufacturers are all set to make the pulses of Indian consumers go racing – with the launch of their K 1300 R super-bike. The power of the engine has been pumped up, the looks have been touched up, and overall this version of the bike looks and feels a lot better than the predecessor. All that should, however, not matter to the Indian buyer, who will anyway get a taste of a beamer super-bike for the 1st time here.

The overall looks really get your attention, as you would expect from any super-bike. But, the thing that BMW has really excelled in, is the muscle power it seems to have added in the looks compartment of this particular R version. The K1300R rolls on a 1mm longer wheelbase than its predecessor due to the lower mounting point of the revised Duolever front end. It helps in saving 1kg of unsprung weight, but it transforms the wheel of the front end. Overall, it’s very well built, but it’s certainly not the prettiest. Just bold and raw muscle power.
With an upgraded engine producing 173bhp @ 9,250rpm you would expect this bike to be a beast on the road. And that’s exactly what it feels like, most times. The only question is, would an Indian buyer find enough good roads here to enjoy this power-house of a bike? BMW have done a cracking job of integrating great features from other bikes in the BMW range into this new machine. The quirky quick shifter first experienced on the HP2 Sport has found its way onto the accessory list for the K1300R and the S. It works in the same way, allowing the rider to change gear without full throttle or shutting off; just applying a little pressure to the lever is enough. The system worked best if you made the change deliberate but unhurried - not always easy to do at full throttle.
Even though you have to love and appreciate the engineering and quality that BMW has integrated in this bike, you are left wondering if it is worth your dough for Indian roads. If money is not an object, then it should not even matter. If it is, then you would be well advised to look for other options.

PROs: Excellent handling even at high speeds, Raw power for extra thrill, Awesome road presence
CONs: Fuel consumption

  • Engine: Liquid cooled, 16 valve, inline four, 1,293cc 
  • Power: 173bhp @ 9,250rpm 
  • Torque: 103 @ 8,250rpm 
  • Front suspension: BMW Duolever
  • Rear suspension: BMW Paralever
  • Front brake: 320mm discs, four piston calipers 
  • Rear brake: Single 265mm disc, two piston caliper 
  • Dry weight: 217kg
  • Seat height: 820mm 
  • Fuel capacity: 19 Litres 
  • Top speed: 165mph 
  • Colours: Silk metallic, Lava Orange and Light Grey Metallic