Saturday, April 30, 2011

2011 Ford Edge


2011 Ford Edge is a 4 door, 5 passenger Crossover manufactured by Ford, of the major automaker in USA. 2011 Ford Edge is available in 4 variants(trims) namely SE, SEL, Sport and Limited.

2011 Ford Edge is powered by 3.5L/3.7L Twin-independent Variable Cam Timing (Ti-VCT) V6 engine. Front Wheel Drive(FWD) is standard and All Wheel Drive is optional. 2011 Ford Edge has a fuel efficiency of 25 MPG [hwy].

A 6-Automatic transmission with Sequential multi-port electronic fuel injection System is standard.

Other features includes(varies with variants(trims)):
  • MyFord Touch™ with driver configurable 4.2" color LCD displays in cluster and 8" color LCD display in center stack
  • Ford SYNC®
  • Unique Charcoal Black leather-trimmed seats with Silver Smoke Metallic inserts and contrast stitching
  • 6-way heated power, fold-flat front passenger seat

2011 Ford Edge SPECIFICATIONS:

Body style(s): 5-Seater Crossover, SUV
Engine(s): 3.5L/3.7L Twin independent Variable Cam Timing (TiVCT) V6 Engine
Power:@ RPM 285 @ 6,500/305 @ 6,500
Torque: lb-ft/rpm 253 @ 4,000 /280 @ 4,000
Transmission: 6-speed automatic (SE) / 6-speed SelectShift Automatic™ (SEL and Limited) / 6-speed SelectShift Automatic™ with paddle activation (Sport)
Exterior Dimensions (IN.)
Overall height: 67
Overall width: 79.1
Overall length: 184.2
Wheelbase: 111.2
Track (front/rear): 65.4/65.2
Colors: Bordeaux Reserve Red Metallic,Earth Metallic,Ingot Silver Metallic,Kona Blue Metallic,Mediterranean Blue Metallic,Red Candy Metallic,Tuxedo Black Metallic,White Platinum Tricoat,White Suede
Fuel Capacity:(gal)
Mileage(est)(city/highway): 19/26
Price Onwards: $27,455
Complete specifications: Specifications of 2011 Ford Edge
Website: 2011 Ford Edge
Download: Brochure of 2011 Ford Edge



Algunas Motos Novedosas

Algunas Motos Novedosas
Algunas Motos Novedosas

Hummer Tuning

Hummer Tuning
Hummer Tuning

Friday, April 29, 2011

WALLPAPERS DE Y FONDOS MOTOS

WALLPAPERS DE Y FONDOS MOTOS
WALLPAPERS DE Y FONDOS MOTOS

LEGO � Originally A Danish Toy

LEGO � Originally a Danish toy
LEGO � Originally a Danish toy

2012 Mustang Cobra

2012 Mustang Cobra
After Ford Mustang Cobra Jet Dragster is the key, an upper level with a new aluminum block engine and other improvements for 2012. All the details below. Thanks to what he said about the products of Puerto Rico Ford dealer gets new paths Cobra Jet Model 2012 (2010 model pictured above at the top) for power-ups:

The revised 5.4L supercharged engine - different specifications / ratings as a model of the engine crankshaft aluminum 2008/2010  Double entry mouth Manley H-beam connecting rods Best Low-Drag Racing brakes - Strange Engineering * Improvements in the upper back and rear suspension * revised arm and the lower triangle redesigned and optimized front and rear springs * The price of the new design in black anodized aluminum Cobra Jet Wheels - Weld Racing Goodyear - all new connection DR - Cobra Jet option 2-foot mark of the color switch position, brake (micro) - Racing Red, Blue and White winner Grabber - No additional charge
2012 Mustang Cobra

2012 Mustang Cobra

2012 Mustang Cobra

2012 Mustang Cobra

2012 Ford Mustang GT

2012 Ford Mustang GT
Until now, we have only had details on the 2012 Mustang Boss 302 and the 2012 Mustang Shelby GT500. We think it’s high time we find out what the 2012 model year will bring for the Mustang GT 5.0.

A leaked ordering guide suggests that the 2012 GT 5.0 will carry over mostly unchanged, with just a few tricks made in order to keep the car fresh. The list of new options include a new exterior color Lava Red Metallic that replaces the current Sterling Gray Metallic. The list of new options include selectable effort electric power assist steering (EPAS), sun visors with a multi purpose storage system, and illuminated vanity mirrors.

Everything under the hood remains unchanged. Customers will get the same 302 cubic inch 32 valve V8 that puts out 412 HP and 390 lb-ft of torque while returning a very economical 25 MPG on the highway.

Hit the jump to read more about the 2012 Ford Mustang GT 5.0.

Exterior and Interior

The 2012 Mustang GT 5.0 will look unchanged for 2012. It will be distinguished by the other Mustangs in the line-up by a dark chrome pony in the grille, dual bright rolled exhaust tips, LED sequential tail lamps a rear spoiler, and 18 x8" Wide Spoke Painted Aluminum Wheels. The interior gets bucket sport seats and different chrome accents.

The Mustang GT 5.0 will also get a new exterior color (Lava Red Metallic) that replaces the current Sterling Gray Metallic. The list of new options include selectable effort electric power assist steering (EPAS), sun visors with a multi purpose storage system, and illuminated vanity mirrors.
The Engine

Under the hood there will be the same 302 cubic inch 32 valve V8 that makes 412 HP and 390 lb-ft of torque while returning a very economical 25 MPG on the highway. The engine is mated to a standard 6-speed manual, but also a 6-speed automatic is offered as an option.
The Competition

The most obvious competitor for the Mustang GT 5.0 is the Chevrolet Camaro SS. Like the GT 5.0, the Camaro SS is powered by a powerful 6.2L V-8 engine with an output of 422 HP. With 10 extra horsepower, the Camaro seems have a slight advantage over the Mustang, but with the right driver, that won’t amount to much. Plus the Mustang GT 5.0 handles better, looks better, and has better quality material. Oh, and we can’t forget about the fact that it is also cheaper.
When Can I Buy One?

Expect the 2012 Mustang GT 5.0 to make debut in early 2011 with sales to begin shortly after. Pricing for the car will come with a $500 discount from the previous year’s model. This year, the 2012 model will come with a $29,995 price tag, falling under the $30,000 mark. Unfortunately, the Premium GT model will see a price increase of $200 from the previous year, which isn’t all that high, while the Premium GT Convertible will also carry a $700 increase from last year’s model.
2012 Ford Mustang GT

2012 Ford Mustang GT

2012 Ford Mustang GT

2012 Ford Mustang GT

Automoveis

Automoveis
Automoveis

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Motos Tuning 3 Rodas

Motos Tuning 3 Rodas
Motos Tuning 3 Rodas

Gold Coast Hot Rod Show 2010

Gold Coast Hot Rod Show 2010
Gold Coast Hot Rod Show 2010

Carros Tuning - Hummer Tuning

Carros Tuning - Hummer Tuning
Carros Tuning - Hummer Tuning

2011 Cadillac CTS Coupe

2011 Cadillac CTS Coupe
Although most Cadillac vehicles still have a way to go to satisfy as drivers’ machines, the second-generation CTS has appeared on our past three 10Best lists. In awarding its 2010 trophy, we called it “maybe the best American car ever made.” High praise, and its combination of unapologetically brash styling, modern luxury, and strong performance credentials—especially in high-po V spec—backs it up. For 2011, the new CTS coupe joins the sedan and wagon, adding more style and a higher concentration of performance to the CTS’s winning formula.
Stunning Exterior Styling, Largely Familiar Cockpit
The CTS coupe is one of those cars that love the camera, and it’s no less stunning in the flesh. Walking around the car, one notices several aspects of the design easily missed in photographs, such as the parallel “light catcher” lines helping to break up the tall body sides, the tastefully glitzy twin center-mounted tailpipes, the remarkably seamless-looking joint between the body-side stamping and the roof, and the center spine that travels all the way back over the car’s huge rump. The windshield is two degrees “faster” up front than the sedan’s, and the razor-sharp taillamps and the CHMSL spoiler also have aerodynamic-enhancing properties. The only unfortunate bits are credit-card-sized spacer panels above the recessed, solenoid-actuated door releases; they mar an otherwise perfect waistline. In any case, there is visual drama from every angle, and it works.
Inside, most CTS sedan components are imported without change, although the mood is intensified due to a lower mounting point for the seats, dropping occupants roughly an inch lower into the dash and console architecture. The window sills are high, making arm-out-the-window cruising a bit awkward, but surprisingly, the super-high rear end doesn’t gobble up every shred of rearward vision. It feels purposeful, and we found ourselves very comfortable during our drive.
Amped-Up Performance
Cadillac’s product planners wanted to give the coupe a higher focus on performance. They started by skipping the sedan’s entry-level 270-hp, 3.0-liter V-6 and making standard the direct-injected 3.6-liter V-6. It delivers 304 hp and 273 lb-ft of torque, available at 6400 and 5200 rpm, respectively. As in the sedan, this engine comes with six-speed manual or automatic transmissions, the latter featuring manual shifting capability via the shift lever or buttons on the back of the upper steering-wheel posts (right for upshifts, left for downshifts). All-wheel drive is available, although we didn’t have the opportunity to drive a CTS so equipped; the only cars we drove were rear-drivers with automatics. In that configuration, the final-drive ratio is up to 3.73:1 from 3.42:1 to add some spring to the coupe’s off-the-line step. A unique-to-the-coupe exhaust system not only directs spent air through those sexy center-mounted pipes but also allows a bit more sound to tickle the driver’s ears in the process.

On the road, these alterations change the character of the CTS. Acceleration is strong, thanks to that more aggressive final drive. Handling feels considerably sharper as well, chalked up to the combination of the wider (by two inches) rear track, staggered-width wheel-and-tire combos (235/50 front and 265/45 rear with the 18-inch wheels; 245/45 front and 275/40 rear with the 19s), stiffer springs, and thicker rear anti-roll bar.

We’ll have to strap our test gear to a CTS coupe to determine the measurable performance differences between it and the sedan, but on the challenging, unpredictable, and wildly twisted roads surrounding California’s gorgeous Napa Valley and Lake Berryessa, the two-door CTS remained absolutely glued to the rough pavement, even in places where the road literally broke apart as we pounded over it. Meanwhile, the powerful brakes demonstrated remarkable resistance to fade, and the steering proved loyal and communicative. Shifts, although not lightning quick, still came speedily enough when summoned by the buttons. (We tried the sport mode, but it got a little aggressive with downshifts at times, so we generally stuck with the full manual mode.) Confidence built quickly as we acclimated to the coupe’s high level of grip. At every break in the route, we arrived energized and wanting more time at the wheel—not something we’d say about every vehicle we’ve driven on these brutal roads.
Something V This Way Comes
CTS coupe pricing starts at $38,990 for the rear-wheel-drive model equipped with the automatic, rear park assist, power seats, 18-inch wheels, keyless operation, and a Bose sound system. Selecting the manual transmission gives a $1300 saving but requires the $2090 summer-tire performance package. The $43,430 Performance Collection model adds HID headlights, leather seats, and a surround-sound stereo with a 40-gig hard drive and USB input. Jump up to the $47,835 Premium Collection, and enjoy ambient interior lighting, heated and cooled front seats, a heated steering wheel, genuine wood trim, a rearview camera, and navigation. All-wheel drive is a $1900 option. For comparison, a rear-drive BMW 335i coupe starts at $45,000 or so and will run well over $50,000 with similar equipment. Soon after launch, the CTS-V coupe will arrive with its monstrous 556-hp, 6.2-liter supercharged V-8. It will run a rather reasonable (for the performance) $62,990, and it comes with Brembo brakes, magnetorheological adaptive shocks, and 19-inch wheels with performance tires.
The standard and V CTS coupes will be heavily featured in upcoming advertising; Cadillac tells us the brand intends to display more bravado in relaying the virtues of its cars. Given the goodness of the CTS sedan and wagon, and now this coupe—and provided the upcoming XTS, ATS, and flagship models can display the same sort of competence—we’d say Cadillac deserves to thump its chest a bit.
 
2011 Cadillac CTS Coupe

2011 Cadillac CTS Coupe

2011 Cadillac CTS Coupe

2011 Cadillac CTS Coupe

World's longest, biodiesel powered bus now runs in Brazil.

Concerned about environment, Brazil starts a bus, named Mega BRT, runs purely on Biodiesel.

The best part of this bus is it is 28-metre-long, has a passenger capacity of 250, with seats for 60 people and standing room for 190, manufactured by Volvo do Brasil.

This bus is put into service in Curitiba city.

Via: [DC]

Vetores De Carros E Motos De

Vetores de Carros e Motos de
Vetores de Carros e Motos de

CArs And Bikes

CArs And Bikes
CArs And Bikes

Cool Radical Hummer Tuning

Cool Radical Hummer Tuning
Cool Radical Hummer Tuning

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Autos Tuning:

autos tuning:
autos tuning:

Muchos Tuning Que Vemos Hoy En

Muchos tuning que vemos hoy en
Muchos tuning que vemos hoy en

1969 Camaro Rs Ss Side View

1969 Camaro Rs Ss Side View
1969 Camaro Rs Ss Side View

2011 Audi A6

2011 Audi A6
All the 2011 Audi A6 models also get the most recent Audi Multi Media Interface (MMI) and standard navigation. Rear parking sensors are now standard on the Premium Plus, while a rearview camera is standard on the Prestige.

Just ask any utility infielder or the 2011 Audi A6. This midsize luxury sedan and wagon gets just about everything right, including attractive styling, a classy interior and competitive engines. The A6′s engines offer competitive performance for the most part. Even though it’s not available with Audi’s ubiquitous all-wheel drive, the 3.2-liter V6 in the base model A6 not only produces power on par with the Mercedes-Benz E350′s V6 but also returns significantly better fuel mileage. Unfortunately, the 2011 Audi A6 sedan is outdone by its competition despite its many virtues.

The 2011 Audi A6 is available in two body styles: a four-door sedan and a wagon known as the Avant. The Premium (3.2 and 3.0T) comes standard with 17-inch wheels, automatic headlights and wipers, heated mirrors, a sunroof, automatic climate control, eight-way power seats (includes lumbar adjustment), partial leather upholstery, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, Bluetooth, a voice-activated navigation system with real-time traffic, Audi’s MMI and a 10-speaker stereo with six-disc CD changer, satellite radio and an iPod interface. The 3.0T Premium adds heated front seats and, on the Avant, a power liftgate.

Opting for the Premium Plus (3.2 and 3.0T) gets you 18-inch wheels, rear parking sensors, self-leveling xenon headlights, LED running lights, auto-dimming exterior and interior mirrors, and driver memory functions.

The Cold Weather package adds heated rear seats, a heated steering wheel and, on the 3.2, heated front seats. A Sport package adds a sport-tuned suspension, a sport steering wheel, shift paddles and either 18-inch wheels with all-season tires or 19-inch wheels with summer tires.

The Audi A6 3.2 is the base model configuration, available only in the sedan; it features a 3.2-liter V6 good for 265 horsepower and 243 pound-feet of torque. Front-wheel drive and a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) are standard; all-wheel drive is not available. EPA-estimated fuel economy is 21 mpg city/30 mpg highway and 24 mpg combined.

A six-speed automatic and all-wheel drive are standard. Fuel economy is an estimated 16/24/19.

Standard safety equipment on the 2011 Audi A6 includes antilock disc brakes, stability control, front-seat side airbags and full-length side curtain airbags. Rear side airbags, a rearview camera, rear parking sensors and a blind-spot warning system are either optional or included with the upper trims.

In crash tests by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, the Audi A6 scored the highest possible rating of "Good" in both frontal-offset and side-impact tests, but the second-best rating of "Average" in the roof strength test.

All A6 models have Audi’s most recent MMI system, which has more logical menus, crisper graphics and a joystick-like control on top of the system’s control knob to increase functionality.

The A6 sedan offers a trunk with a capacity of 16 cubic feet.

The 2011 Audi A6′s suspension tuning should prove satisfactory for most shoppers, offering a suitably Germanic balance between ride and handling. The available all-wheel-drive system gives the A6′s driver some added peace of mind in foul weather.
2011 Audi A6

2011 Audi A6

2011 Audi A6

Honda - Civic Tuning

Honda - Civic Tuning
Honda - Civic Tuning

Monday, April 25, 2011

Score Baja 1000 2010



score baja 1000 2010

score baja 1000 2010

Hummer Tuning - Spoiled!

Hummer tuning - Spoiled!
Hummer tuning - Spoiled!

Saw It In Hotrod Magazine

saw it in Hotrod magazine
saw it in Hotrod magazine

2011 Audi A5

2011 Audi A5

 or 2011, the Audi A5 Quattro gets an optional eight-speed automatic in place of its old six-speed. The 3.2-liter V6 has been discontinued. A new Titanium Sport package adds black trim and 19-inch wheels to the regular Sport package, while the Prestige trim picks up a standard rearview camera and parking sensors, plus an optional power rear-window shade. The Driver Assist package has been discontinued, but blind-spot warning becomes a stand-alone option in its place. HD radio is now included with the Navigation package.
Introduction

The 2011 Audi A5 is one sexy coupe and convertible. It's wide, low and voluptuous -- make your own Kim Kardashian reference here. Unlike Kim, the A5's talents go beyond simply looking pretty in pictures or shaky, handheld home video. The A5 is a comfortable, rewarding car to drive, with a beautiful cabin and fuel economy that soars to about 30 mpg on the freeway. Beautiful and sensible -- now that's a combination to fall in love with.

The Audi A5 is available only with a turbocharged four-cylinder engine, while the two-doors from the competition are usually available with six-cylinder engines of various configurations and outputs. While the 211 horsepower from the A5's turbo inline-4 might seem merely adequate, the 258 pound-feet of torque it produces helps the car feel quick enough. The A5 coupe comes standard with all-wheel drive (it's optional for the cabriolet). For those who like the A5's looks but want greater performance, Audi offers the high-performance S5 coupe and convertible. The A5 Cabriolet features a power-operated fabric top that is stored beneath a metal tonneau cover, a lighter and less complicated arrangement than an expensive retractable hardtop, though at the price of both refinement and appearance.

Inside and out, the A5 offers all the class and sophistication you'd expect in an Audi. Its cabin is handsome in an unapologetically German sort of way, and it seems both more luxurious and more modern than its competition from BMW and Mercedes-Benz.

As we've mentioned, the A5 doesn't offer outstanding power, but in every other respect Audi has done a lot to improve every aspect of performance, from the newly refined steering to the revised Multi Media Interface (MMI). The BMW 3 Series, Infiniti G37 and Volvo C70 are worth considering, but for those looking for a beautiful luxury coupe or convertible that manages to return relatively excellent fuel economy, the 2011 Audi A5's beauty should prove to be more than skin deep.
Body Styles, Trim Levels, and Options

The 2011 Audi A5 is available in coupe and cabriolet (convertible) body styles. Both are available in Premium, Premium Plus and Prestige trim levels. The Premium gets you standard 18-inch wheels, foglights, cruise control, eight-way power front seats, leather upholstery, a dash-mounted Multi Media Interface (MMI) controller and a 10-speaker CD audio system with satellite radio and an auxiliary audio jack. The coupe features a tilt-only sunroof, while the cabriolet gets a power-retractable soft top and a wind blocker. The options list includes heated front seats, Bluetooth and an iPod/USB audio interface.

The Premium Plus adds different wheels, automatic bi-xenon headlights, LED running lamps and taillights, automatic wipers, tri-zone automatic climate control, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, heated front seats, Bluetooth and an iPod/USB audio interface. The optional list for the Premium Plus includes the Navigation package, which adds Audi's latest navigation system, a more user-friendly console-mounted MMI controller, a rearview camera, rear parking sensors, voice controls, HD radio and a color trip-computer screen.

The A5 Prestige comes standard with the equipment in the Navigation package and further adds keyless ignition/entry, auto-dimming exterior mirrors, driver memory functions and a Bang & Olufsen premium sound system (optional on the Premium Plus). The Prestige can further be equipped with an optional blind-spot warning system (Audi Side Assist), Audi Drive Select (adjustable settings for suspension, steering and transmission) and adaptive cruise control.

The Sport package available for the Premium Plus and Prestige trim levels adds 19-inch wheels, high-performance tires, a sport-tuned suspension, sport seats and shift paddles for the automatic transmission. The S Line package available on the Prestige adds some special S Line trim pieces and faux-suede seat inserts to the Sport package. The Coupe's Titanium Sport package is basically a Sport package with some dark exterior and interior trim. The cabriolet's Comfort package adds a neck-level heating system, ventilated front sport seats, adjustable lumbar for the passenger seat and upgraded leather upholstery.
Powertrains and Performance

Every 2011 Audi A5 comes standard with a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-4 engine good for 211 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque. The cabriolet comes standard with front-wheel drive and a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). Optional on the cabriolet is all-wheel drive connected to an eight-speed automatic transmission. Every coupe comes standard with all-wheel drive; a six-speed manual transmission is standard and the eight-speed automatic is optional.

In performance testing, an all-wheel-drive A5 Coupe with the six-speed manual went from zero to 60 mph in 6.6 seconds. The performance from the car when equipped with the eight-speed automatic should be about the same, which is impressive given the A5's excellent fuel economy. EPA estimates with all-wheel drive and the automatic stand at 21 mpg city/29 mpg highway and 24 mpg combined, with the manual getting a slight bump up to 21/31/25. The front-wheel-drive Cabriolet achieves an estimated 22/30/25.
Safety

Antilock brakes (with brake assist), stability control, front-seat side airbags and side curtain airbags are all standard on the 2011 Audi A5. The Prestige can be equipped with a blind-spot warning system, while the adaptive cruise control alerts the driver and primes the brakes for full stopping power if a collision seems imminent.

In Edmunds brake testing, an A5 Quattro Coupe with the Sport package came to a stop from 60 mph in an impressively short 108 feet.
Interior Design and Special Features

The 2011 A5's attractive cabin is one of its strong points, though the competition has largely caught up with Audi's formerly segment-leading interiors. The dash-mounted version of the MMI controller can try your patience, but the new console-mounted one is a different story thanks to an updated menu structure and a special joystick-like button atop the control knob -- it's definitely the most user-friendly MMI yet.

The front seats are comfortable, although lateral support for spirited driving is lacking unless you pay the money for the upgraded sport seats. The limited head- and legroom available in the rear seat (the inevitable consequence of a coupe configuration) make it suitable for small passengers only. The rear seat folds down to accommodate larger items, a welcome convenience in a luxury two-door.

The Cabriolet's soft top powers down beneath the metal tonneau cover in 17 seconds and goes back up in just 15 seconds. There's an impressive amount of space within the trunk when the top is down, some 11.4 cubic feet (only 2.1 cubes fewer than in the coupe). You can't say this about a hardtop convertible.
Driving Impressions

The 2011 Audi A5 handles well, with impressive body control and tenacious traction from the all-wheel-drive system. It's important to remember that the A5 weighs more than its rear-wheel-drive rivals, which largely explains why the car feels more like a grand touring coupe than a high-performance one. The standard speed-sensitive power steering system can seem artificially light at parking lot speeds and too heavy on the highway, though it's very precise. The optional variable-ratio steering system that comes with the Audi Drive Select package feels even more contrived, so we'd skip that pricey option.

The A5's 2.0T engine is a mixed bag. It gives this coupe and convertible class-competitive acceleration, but it doesn't sound as refined as a six-cylinder and it transmits some off-putting vibrations through the steering wheel. If you want something sweeter, check out the S5 with its V8 or supercharged V6.

2011 Audi A5


2011 Audi A5


2011 Audi A5


2011 Audi A5