Tuesday, January 12, 2010

futuristict biodesel car concept Design

futuristict  biodesel car concept DesignDesign biodiesel car concept

This design biodese car is looks futuristc and modern car concept. i think this car very simple and modern. like a smart car. So I was driving down Jordan Lane in Huntsville, Alabama yesterday and I see this: Now that's an odd looking car. Is that a propeller on the back? And it's a convertible? With horns on the hood? Hmm...SAFuel Biodiesel? Off to Google I went. Custom license plate: SCHAPER.

Monday, January 11, 2010

Design Concept Solar Cars in Lancaster for Future

Design Concept Solar Cars in Lancaster for FutureConcept Design Solar Car with Blue Color

Design Concept Solar Cars in Lancaster for FutureThe Student Make Design Concept Solar Cars Ideas

This is a draft of the students in the school in Lancaster. and from this design a concept car designed a modern Solar Car for Future.This High school students participating in the Dell-Winston School Solar Car Challenge will be stopping in Lancaster around noon tomorrow. (Seems like an odd time to stop rolling in a solar car.

Cool Color of Your car

Cool  Color of Your carWow Design Color Cool and Cute for Car

This design car color is very cool and beautiful because this color is exactly for car.

Classic Car 1934 Blackpool tram No. 228

I think this car is unique because this classic car blackpool tram year 1934. Built 1934.Served Blackpool, England 1934-1984. Market Street Railway receives more queries about this odd–looking English tram than any other car. When the car appears on the F-line, it brings smiles to all who see it go by—its nautical air whistle gaily tooting. This car, No. 228, is actually the second 'Boat Tram' to run on Muni’s tracks. An identical ex–Blackpool tram was leased from the Western Railway Museum in Rio Vista Junction. It was so popular, Trolley Festival project manager Rick Laubscher got an unused Boat donated by Blackpool Transport, with his then–employer, Bechtel, covering the cost of shipping. This car is a tremendous public relations vehicle for Muni, as it demonstrates a sense of whimsy while celebrating San Francisco’s maritime heritage and providing popular transit service to Fisherman’s Wharf, all in one package. All aboard! 1934—Built in England for Blackpool Tramways. Entered seasonal service on that resort’s seacoast line to Fleetwood and other lines. 1976—Loaned to Philadelphia, regauged and repainted for special service during the US Bicentennial (see picture at right). 1984—Acquired as gift to Muni, repainted from Philadelphia livery into original Blackpool green and cream, and restored to standard gauge by Muni crafts workers. Entered service during second Trolley Festival, replacing leased museum car of same type. 1985-87—Operated very successfully in final three Trolley Festivals. 1995—Begins serving F-Market line, built as result of successful Trolley Festivals. 2000—Begins serving F-line extension on Embarcadero to Fisherman’s Wharf. Later made ADA accessible (as single–end car). 2005—Unavoidable accident during pull–in damages car; Muni shops repair it at considerable expense.

Resilient Technologies Non-Pneumatic Tires

This tires is strong a design recent breaktrough. Tire is a great invention. Without the tire, the car will not be the same comfortable as it is nowadays. However, there is a company named Resilient Tech give us a new prototype which replaces the key part of tire with a non-pneumatic honeycomb structure. I guess it won’t be comfortable for most drivers, however, you don’t need to worry about tire bursting.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

New Design Concept Icare motorcycle Ideas

Maybe I’m still on an awesome motorcycle kick from The Dark Knight, but I saw this Icare prototype by the folks over at Enzyme and nearly wet myself. The Icare looks something like Kanada’s bike from Akira but stolen and appropriated by Batman, and I absolutely love it. There seem to be two versions as well, the one in the top photo, and then the two below it. I’m slightly in love with the top version and it’s uni-light, something about that makes my heart flutter.
The bike is designed to use a six-cylinder 1.8 liter Honda engine, which I guess should give you some pretty decent power. I just think it would be awesome to tear around town on one of these, people would totally think you’re some kind of super hero. But as usual this is still just a prototype, and I’m sure when it comes out it’ll cost a pretty penny, but it’s always nice to look, right?

Winglet – Toyota’s Segway rival

Segway has been very popular all over the world. But Japan’s moto giant Toyota expect to release a new similar product named Winglet to compete with Segway. Although the top speed of winglet, which comes with three sizes, is only 3.7MPH (versus the Segway’s 12.5 MPH) it is enough for the indoor traffic and is expected to be very popular.

A very odd car just off of Robson Street.

this car odd unique on the street. i think this car is creative design.

Friday, January 8, 2010

Volkswagen Concept Pictures

Volkswagen Concept Pictures
Volkswagen revealed the GTI W12 concept ?? an high-performance concept version of its GTI hatchback. Featuring a 12-cylinder, 6.0 liter engine, the Volkswagen GTI W12 can hit 60 mph in just 3.7 seconds.

Delivering 650 hp and 553 pound feet of torque, this GTI concept uses the same powerplant found in the Bentley Continental, Audi A8, Volkswagen Phaeton, and Touareg. The engine is based on two narrow-angle VR6 engines joined at the crank. Volkswagen tried to compete with luxury automakers when it debuted the ill-received Phaeton a few years ago. This year, the company is at it again with the Passat CC. Volkswagen is calling the four-door a coupe, and it has a sloping roofline much like.