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20 March 2017

It's New TOYOTA sienna with exotic design and wide horsepower

The initial design started this year with interesting features of Sienna with new 296-hp, 3.5 ltr, V-6 engine equipped with eight speed automatic transmission. This couod help sienna to get higher mpg at highways and in the city.
As per new design of Sienna fitted a new type nose, that makes outer look more exotic. With the more tornedo line gives  it more dynamic look. On the front side it provides larger grill openings. More than all these things Sienna comes with standard automatic emergency braking system.

Moreover on the side of  safety it is equipped with Electronic Stability Control (ESC), ABS And Driveline Traction Control,  Impact Beams, Dual Stage front And Passenger Seat-Mounted Side Airbags, Warning when Tire Pressure is Low,  Rear Child Safety.More on Toyota wants to be keen on push to make its safety suite standard. In the Sienna, TSS-P comes with a number of new acronyms like Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection (PCS w/PD), Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC), Lane Departure Alert with Steering 

2018 Sienna comes with Toyota’s Entune 3.0 multimedia interface  software and Suite Connect, which gives it an app based standerd navigation system. Entune is devided in three categories LE, SE, and XLE. Top Entune means XLE which adds Wi-Fi connectivity that allows up to five devices to be connected to the van’s 4G LTE network, rear seat entertainment with standerd screen that allows to connect with android devices and stream videos. 
Yet now they haven't decleared the value of exotic van but we can expect it to normal range with higher luxury and safety features. 
here are some photos catched from official web.

Unbelievable : Audi Confirmed to Re-develope BMW-i8 with next gen features

As per the news from Audi, they planning to develope BMW-i8 with new generation features which propalled by electric power, not only BMW-i8 but also two more cars will be re-develope by Audi.

Very few information known about these all models at current moment but Audi's chied executive informed during Geneva motor show that the electric cars will be lauch including electric SUV which will be similarly as Volkswagen.
It was a huge blast from BMW when they lauched BMW-i8 & now it is considered as a dark horse with electric propeled drive. But not there is no response from BMW about upgradation of BMW-i8. On the otherway some significant companies try to figure out re-develope The i8 which is compactible with next generation regenrative green energy models which can able to satisfy environment norms.
 It can only possible when we talk in terms of Electric, solar which is was proved by Audi by launching R8 E-tron.

But now it is the only question that confuse us that which model Audi will lauch to introduce them in TT-family.

Sharing some R8's featured pictures uploaded by Audi.

08 March 2017

Yellow bird spotted : New 225 Mph-911 CTR with 700hp & carbon body structure

The CTR weighed 2535 pounds and had about 470 horsepower, making it one of the very quickest cars of its era. When Road & Track tested the car, it ran from zero to 60 mph in 4.0 seconds and from zero to 100 mph in 7.3 seconds on its way to an 11.7-second quarter-mile. It was possibly even better known for its oversteer-heavy handling, immortalized in the video “Fascination on the Nürburgring,” in which German tester Stefan Rosser wrestles it around the Nordschleife at huge speed and frequently ridiculous angles. Even today, when Nürburgring in-car video has become ubiquitous, it is genuinely thrilling.

Although the new CTR looks strikingly like a 964-generation 911, it isn’t a restomod in the manner of Singer’s products. Rather, it uses carbon-fiber body panels wrapped over a carbon-fiber monocoque and steel front and rear crash structures. There’s an integrated roll cage, and the car features a control-arm suspension at each corner with pushrod-operated coil-over dampers. It’s powered by a 700-hp twin-turbocharged 3.6-liter version of Porsche’s long-serving Mezger engine. That’s right; this is what appears to be a classic 911 that uses a water-cooled flat-six. The engine directs this serious output, as well as 649 lb-ft of torque, to the rear wheels through a six-speed manual gearbox and a limited-slip differential.

the new CTR’s lightweight body helps it ring in at 2640 pounds. We’re also told it is even faster than its predecessor, accelerating from zero to 62 mph in less than 3.5 seconds and from zero to 124 mph in less than nine seconds. It also boasts a 225-mph top speed. Only 30 cars with the manual gearbox will be built (a version with a dual-clutch automatic transmission will follow) at a price of about $795,000 at current exchange rates. That’s high even by the increasingly surreal standards of vintage 911 values—although the original CTR cost a sizable $223,000 back in 1987. It certainly hasn’t put off buyers, with Alois Ruf saying that 10 have already been sold.

24 February 2017

Liquid glass’ promises to protect your phone from bumps and scratches

If you’re the type that worries about wayward car keys or nail files scratching your pricey smartphone’s screen, fret no more. ProtectPax, a new project on IndieGoGo, is a self-described “liquid glass” protector that claims to strengthen any display.

It sounds almost too good to be true. ProtectPax’s crowdfunding page describes it as a “nano protector” pioneered by titans in the aviation and aerospace industries. Titanium dioxide nanoparticles in the gel fill microscopic valleys on your smartphone’s screen, effectively reinforcing it against bumps and bruises.

“It’s as hard as sapphire or ruby and acts like an optical filter,” the ProtectPax team says. “Your screen [will be] more uniform than when it left the factory.”

Applying it is relatively easy, apparently. All you need do is wipe your smartphone’s screen dry, rub ProtectPax across the surface with an included sealing cloth, and wait ten minutes until the gloss turns “shiny.” Once that’s done, the screen’s ostensibly protected from scratches, cracks, and even falls.

ProtectPax ranks 9H on Mohs Hardness Scale, which is higher than a knife blade and steel file. It lasts up to 365 days, and as an added bonus, it protects against electromagnetic radiation and improves touchscreen functionality.

ProtectPax claims it’s good for more than smartphones, too. The team’s tested it with all manner of devices, including smart watches, regular watches, eyeglasses, TV screens, GPS navigation systems, laptops, eBook readers, and digital cameras.

The idea of a liquid screen protector just as effective as tempered glass may be difficult to wrap your mind around, but ProtectPax isn’t the first. Kristall, a liquid protector from Malaysian company E-Mark Global trade, shields screens with a layer nano-particle coating that gives screens a gloss finish, makes them a great deal less prone to fingerprints, smudges, and greasy smears, and protects them against objects up to 9H.

In a demonstration at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, an intrepid Digital Trends reporter saw a Kristall-smeared phone successfully deflect scratches from scissors and keys. Assuming ProtectPax measures up to the competition, it will provide a welcome alternative to the annoying glass and polymer shields that require you squeeze every last air bubble out from beneath the protectors’ surface.

Packs of ProtectPax start at $40.

23 February 2017

How to spot FAKE wheels ? Know how dangerous they are.!


Many fake wheel manufacturers skip essential safety testing. as they are not Willing to pay for the cost of such evaluations and Just want to get the Wheels made as cheaply as possmle.

Fake Wheels are often made With gravity casting. which leaves the wheel With irregular areas of density and lacks the compresswe strength reqUIred by safety standards for wheel manufacturing.

Most fake Wheels do not have a proper protective finish applied. leavmg it vulnerable to serious corrosnve damage.

Fake wheels are rarely tested for performance factors such as dynamic fatigue, braking, cornering and impact. all of which are basic checks for genume wheels.

The materials used in the manufacture of fake wheels are often qUIte porous. making them highly susceptible to cracking or completely shattering.

Fake wheels are manufactured to generic measurements, meaning that they won't meet the requwed fitments to satisfy the vehicle's brake system or suspenston.


Check the rIm to see the country of manufacture and If there Is a brand stamp present. Genume rIms WIII mostly be manufactured In Europe. USA or Japan.

Compare the weight of the rim with that of a genume rim. If it feels heavier than the genuine rim, it Is most likely a fake as they are often made from heavy low-grade materials and produced at a low cost.

Compare the rim with photos of genume rims to see If any of its main features are slightly skewed from those of genume rims.

Ask your local garage to inspect the rim. They Will soon be able to dec pher if It is a fake or the real deal.

Myth : Fake wheels are just as strong as genuine wheels.

Fact : Fake wheels are conSIderably weaker than genume wheels and are also far more susceptible to cracking &
bending. The Inadequacy of the materials used In the manufacture of fake wheels. In addition to the substandard gravity caung method. also contributes to a product that Is nowhere near sturdy enough for Its Intended purpose.

Myth :  Fake wheels will last for the same length of time as genuine wheels.

Fact : Fake wheels are not tested for durability against the effects of road salts. chemicals or other elements. Therefore, they are highly vulnerable to corroSIon, which Will make the wheels qUIte unsafe and cause them to expire far qumker than genume wheels.

Myth:' Fake wheels will fit your vehicle just as  Ideally as genuine wheels.

Fact : . Due to the total absence of fitth testing in the manufactunng process, fake wheels Will not ht your vehicle properly If you put fake wheels on your vehIcle, they will cause major Vibration and could rub against the suspenston

In October 201 5, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCN) m Australia carried out a series of tests on genulne manufacturer wheels and fake wheels pertaining to the same car maker.

The tests carried out on both wheel categories included chemical & radiographic analysis, dye penetrant. tensile, hardness & impact testing, and metallographic (microstructure) assessment.

When the test car was driven over a pothole at 50km per hour (31 mph), the genuine wheels comfortably withstood the impact both at the spokes and between the spokes.

The tests carried out on both wheel categories included chemical & radiographic analysis, dye penetrant. tensile, hardness & impact testing, and metallographic (microstructure) assessment.

When the test car was driven over a pothole at 50km per hour (31 mph), the genuine wheels comfortably withstood the impact both at the spokes and between
the spokes.

When the test car was driven over the same pothole at the same speed. except with fake wheels fitted, the wheels shattered upon impact both at the spokes and between
the spokes.

The fake wheels also encountered severe porosity and heat tearing from inconsistent cooling after casting. When the genuine wheels were put through the same test, there were no flaws afterwards.

The engineers involved in the tests noticed impurities in the fake wheels that resulted in gaseous pores, most likely from excessive amounts of hydrogen or oxygen during manufacturing. Some of these pores were visible with the naked eye and such pores weaken the structure of wheels.
making them quite hazardous.

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