Sunday, July 21, 2013

Honda LMPV Concept Style Design

JAKARTA: Here comes the latest car models that will be released. We believe this model will be a new option that can compete with models in its class. "For the first time in the world, Honda showed an official sketch of the model Honda LMPV Concept at Mid Year Media Gathering event held by PT Honda Prospect Motor (HPM), July 18 , 2013, in Jakarta. The model itself will appear for the first time in the world at the Indonesia International Motor Show 2013, which will take place on 19 to 29 September 2013 in the Jakarta.

LMPV Honda Concept is Honda's first model designed specifically for the Indonesian market. Honda LMPV Concept will be Honda's first product in Indonesia who are LMPV class, which is the largest segment in the automotive market in Indonesia and consists of models of entry-level MPV. In addition to offering a seating capacity of 7 in the configuration of the three rows of seats, this model will also present an innovative design, driving pleasure, roomy cabin, as well as high safety standards are the hallmark of all Honda products. Honda LMPV also be powered by a 1.5-liter engine, which offers sporty performance while saving fuel.

Tomoki Uchida, President Director of PT Honda Prospect Motor said, "Honda LMPV Concept will be a special product for Honda in Indonesia because it is specifically designed to suit the needs of consumers and the character of the road in Indonesia. Honda LMPV Concept will also be produced in Indonesia, and became the first product of the new Honda factory in Karawang which we plan to begin operating in early 2014. "

Meanwhile, Jonfis Fandy, Marketing and After Sales Service Director PT HPM said, "Consumers in Indonesia had the honor to be the first time the world saw live performances Honda LMPV Concept at Indonesia International Motor Show starting on 19 September 2013.

Saturday, July 6, 2013

Mitsubishi Montero Car Autos Model

Montero Sport in North America, South America and the Philippines, Nativa in parts of Central America and the Middle East, Shogun Sport in the United Kingdom, and G-Wagon in Thailand. The first generation Challenger was built on the second generation Pajero wheelbase. Like the Pajero, it featured independent front suspension with torsion bars and a live rear axle. In addition to numerous face lifts over the years, there was a major suspension change from rear leaf to coil springs in late 2000. As its popularity increased, local assembly for foreign markets was introduced in China in 2003, and Brazil in 2006. Sales were discontinued in Japan in 2003, in North America in 2004 (where it was superseded by the Endeavor), and central and western Europe in 2008. In Japan, it was sold at a specific retail chain called Car Plaza.

The second generation also saw the introduction of Super Select 4WD (SS4) known as ActivTrak 4WD in some markets] and multimode ABS, which were firsts on Japanese four-wheel drives. SS4 was ground-breaking in the sense that it combined the advantages of part time and full-time four-wheel drive with four available options: 2H (high-range rear-wheel drive), 4H (high-range full time four-wheel drive), 4HLc (high-range four-wheel drive with locked center differential) and 4LLc (low-range four-wheel drive with locked center differential). Another advantage of this second generation system is that it gave the driver the ability to switch between two-wheel drive and full-time four-wheel drive at speeds up to 100 km/h (62 mph), whereas the first generation Pajero had to be stationary to switch from rear-wheel drive to four-wheel drive (but not from four-wheel drive back to rear-wheel drive). Multimode ABS, on the other hand, was equally innovative. This meant ABS would be fully functional in all modes of SS4, as braking with a locked centre differential requires completely different braking parameters.