The jet engine is most powerful machine which powers most extreme and sophisticated machinery beast. Crazy people can do anything like installing jet engine in a truck or burning a car with the jet engine. Having an engine behind your pickup truck, which ideally propels an aircraft, provides you the unmatchable thrust. It’s not as simple as it seems while installing a jet engine in small truck. There are lot of details to look after like stability of vehicle and also one need to take care of the heat which is generated by the Jet engine.
The burnout machines are always the fascination of the speed loving people. Installing the Neon SRT- 4 Engine on a Mini -Van could be weird idea but the burnout it generates is the thrilling spectacular. Throwing a screaming engine at 9000+ rpm, radical driving moves, and occasional fire make its real thriller.
AMG GT3 will be the Mercedes versions of GT which will be revealed in the Geneva Motor Show. The cut clear edge is power which is generated from the twin turbo charged 4.0 liter v8 engine which makes the car most powerful. Mercedes also concentrate on the weight and shape of the car for the extra stability and speed. For better mechanical grips the front and rear will be broader. (more…)
Volvo has announced to test autonomous cars with collaboration with Swedish legislators and transport authorities. Peter Mertens, Sr. VP, R&D, Volvo said “We are entering uncharted territory in the field of autonomous driving”. In the first trial there will be 100 cars with very sophisticated driver which can take control any time. Volvo will launch the trilaon normal roads with real time traffic. Erik Coelingh, Volvo technical specialist says that Volvo will leave no room for error for the self-driven car, as they hit the real traffic roads. Volvo is looking for traditional ownership model for autonomous cars.
Terry Dietrich of Duluth, GA was deprived of her Chevrolet Corvette Stingray only after six months of purchase, this happened back in 1972. The vehicle was recovered earlier this month and is now confiscated by Police in North Carolina. The car may yet again allude Terry’s possession, as she had the car financed and insured by Allstate, which had the title of the vehicle when it was stolen. Allstate paid out for the theft. Since she was paid and considering the 42 years gap, Terry can’t lay claim to the car. The most likely future for the car is being sold at police auction to the highest bidder.