21 Jul 2015
The Ferrari Millenio is a futuristic super-car concept that features a complex combination of materials and technologies that we can hope will become a serious reality before the end of the next millennium. The Two Seater includes a paperback reinforced body that is stronger than steel and lighter than carbon fiber as well as dual electric engines that can be recharged via solar panels or through an inductive power transfer system.
17 Jul 2015
Imagined by Andrew Michael Robertson Lamborghini concepts over the years, but few designers were bold enough to go Mad Max style on the famous supercar. Among them we find the Lamborghini Toro, an exotic supercar of 2050 rendered by Andrew Michael Robertson.
16 Jul 2015
Renault provided the first glimpse of the concept car, DeZir, at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. DeZir stands out as an illustration of the brand’s commitment to more emotional styling. An Electric Beauty DeZir is powered by an electric motor mounted in a mid-rear position to optimise weight distribution over the front and rear wheels. The 24kWh lithium-ion battery provides the car with a range of 100 miles. DeZir Image DeZir Image Image Source by : cdn
15 Jul 2015
A car is a major financial commitment. Because of this, you need to be sure that the car you buy is in tip top shape prior to you forking over your cash. There have been many volumes written about car buying methods. There is no question that some of these methods are much more effective than others. The trick is to know which methods to use, and when to use them. During the course of your life, your car will most likely be the second most expensive purchase you will ever make. This means that you can’t take it lightly....
15 Jul 2015
Audi Locus created by Turkish designer Ugur Sahin Audi Locus is the concept car designed in 2007, but this exotic beauty probably will never see the daylight while riding in the streets. The main eye-catching features of Audi Locus’ is “the way its surface shapes are formed with a continuous flow from the front end until the back of the car” explains Ugur Sahin.