Thursday, September 17, 2015

Cars New Mazda Koeru Concept

Cars New Mazda Koeru Concept

Cars New Mazda Koeru Concept

Cars New Mazda Koeru Concept

Cars New Mazda Koeru Concept
The new Mazda Koeru made its world debut at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. Mazda says the Koeru crossover is only a concept. But Mazda’s Frankfurt show car looks remarkably production-ready to our eyes, with no outlandish exterior surfaces and only the merest concept car detailing on the inside.

So to us it now looks more like a future CX-5 Coupe. And in some justification for such a tag, Mazda isn’t shying away from promises of performance. As well as looking pretty, the shape is said to deliver ‘outstanding aerodynamics’ and high-speed stability, while the structure is supposedly ‘ingeniously rigid’.

The Koeru looks so close to production that we’d be surprised not to see the real thing next year – perhaps in 12 months’ time at the 2016 Paris Motor Show. With the CX3 and CX5 selling well, it would hardly be surprising if Mazda is aiming to boost its SUV and crossover offerings. The Nissan Gripz may not be going it alone. Though there’s no official word as to what production model this crossover previews, it looks a lot like a midsize SUV. Or the exact same type of vehicle Mazda didn’t offer since the CX-7 was phased out three years ago.

There’s no word as to what we will find inside the Koeru and official photos have yet to be released, but I expect the crossover to showcase a slightly futuristic cabin with details we might not see in a production Mazda for a few years. However, it should also display a number of features that will make it into the next-generation CX-7 with mild alterations, including the dashboard and the center stack.

Although Mazda says the Koeru employs "the latest SkyActiv technologies," there’s no information as to what motivates the concept. Given the size of the vehicle, 2.5-liter four-cylinder seems like the best choice, but wouldn’t be surprised to see an uprated version of the same unit, as Car and Driver reports that the next CX-7 could get the same turbo-four as the upcoming 2016.

There’s too little info to draw a proper conclusion here, but looking at previous Mazda models, a new production vehicle sporting the brand’s KODO design is excellent news.

New Cars Toyota Aygo X-clusiv Trends Edition

New Cars Toyota Aygo X-clusiv Trends Edition

New Cars Toyota Aygo X-clusiv Trends Edition

New Cars Toyota Aygo X-clusiv Trends Edition

New Cars Toyota Aygo X-clusiv Trends Edition
Toyota Aygo has launched a special edition X-clusiv in the year 2015. Not just changing the look of the exterior and interior, Toyota also applying advanced technologies that are not on the regular models. Toyota Aygo X-clusiv have electro gray body color combined with silver sparkle on the roof of the front and rear bumpers. To better perform perfectly sized 15-inch rims are also given a touch of sparkle silver color. Meanwhile, the rear windows of cars offered in dark shades.

Interior Aygo special edition still maintains a standard condition of the car, just to make it look different, Toyota applying electro gray color that surrounds the ventilation holes, the center console and the gear lever. While the sparkle silver is used to coat the instrument cluster and door walls.

The special edition also comes with advanced tools such as packet 'Toyota Safety Sense'. It is an active safety system features, including collision system (PCS) function detects another vehicle in front of the car while speeding 10 to 80 kilometers per hour and the car will automatically slow down or stop to avoid a collision. In addition, there is also a lane departure alert system (LDA), which will monitor road markings and commemorate the driver if the run is not on track. Toyota Aygo has the support of VVT-i petrol engine of 1.0 liter three-cylinder engine and is mated to a manual transmission or x-shift' automated manual transmission (AMT).

The original Aygo was a big hit for Toyota, with its compact dimensions, minuscule running costs and cheeky looks earning it strong sales across the UK. So the Japanese brand hasn’t messed too much with that winning formula, instead investing in striking looks and new tech.

As with the first Aygo, Toyota's second generation city car is a joint development project with Peugeot and Citroen, with the 108 and C1 sharing the same lightweight platform and mechanicals. The Aygo is only available with one three-cylinder petrol engine, however, where the others get two.

The big draw compared to rivals like the VW up!, Hyundai i10 is the funky design inside and out, and level of personalisation available on the Aygo. The Japanese hatch is emblazoned with a distinctive ‘X’ running from the A-pillars to the front grille – just one of a number of parts that can be swapped around in a variety of colours. It can even be had with an 'x-wave' retractable cloth roof for £850.

Interior space is marginally improved, and a new x-touch smartphone-optimised infotainment system brings it bang up to date. Buyers can change the colour of the ‘X’, wheels and rear bumper, as well as a selection of snap-in interior parts. It’s a tactic designed to attract young fashionable customers to the brand, and proves Toyota is trying to put an era of bland designs behind it.

Engines, performance and drive. Owners of the previous-generation Aygo will feel at home behind the wheel of the new model. For starters, the 68bhp 1.0-litre three-cylinder engine is carried over from the old car and has the same thrummy soundtrack and eager nature. It’s an enthusiastic performer that’s happy to rev, filling the cabin with a characterful three-cylinder noise. Some may find it intrusive, some may like the rorty tone.

You can hear it so clearly because Toyota has done a better job at improving wind and road noise. It's better at motorway speeds, but still falls some way behind cars such as the Hyundai i10 and VW Up! for long-distance refinement and comfort. The Aygo x-wave loses out a little bit in terms of wind noise thanks to the cloth roof, but it's better than you'd expect.

Especially long first and second gear ratios mean you’ll need to rev it hard to produce power but there’s plenty of performance for nipping around town. That said, a revision in ratios means the engine does feel less strained at a sustained fast cruise, compared to its predecessor.

The x-shift automated manual has slight shorter gear ratios, so picks up quicker – it blips the throttle on downshifts, too. Steering that’s 14 per cent sharper makes the Aygo ideal for darting around town, although at higher speeds there’s significant body roll. The pay off for that is a supple ride over bumpy roads.

The steering is light and accurate, the Aygo turns into corners keenly and there’s decent grip. Body movement is better controlled in some rivals, but it fared well during our braking tests. Letting the side down is the notchy and reluctant gearbox shift action, which oddly isn't as pleasant as the previous-gen Aygo's.

Cars Toyota Aygo x-Clusive News Idition

The original Aygo was a big hit for Toyota, with its compact dimensions, minuscule running costs and cheeky looks earning it strong sales across the UK. So the Japanese brand hasn’t messed too much with that winning formula, instead investing in striking looks and new tech.

Interior space is marginally improved, and a new x-touch smartphone-optimised infotainment system brings it bang up to date. Buyers can change the colour of the ‘X’, wheels and rear bumper, as well as a selection of snap-in interior parts. It’s a tactic designed to attract young fashionable customers to the brand, and proves Toyota is trying to put an era of bland designs behind it.
Cars Toyota Aygo x-Clusive News Idition

Cars Toyota Aygo x-Clusive News Idition

Cars Toyota Aygo x-Clusive News Idition

Cars Toyota Aygo x-Clusive News Idition

Cars Toyota Aygo x-Clusive News Idition

Cars Toyota Aygo x-Clusive News Idition
The ride is exceptionally good, and body roll is reasonably well controlled. Chunky front seats are nicely shaped and make comfy places to park your behind, so basic comfort is impressive. At start-up, the characteristic noise of the three-pot engine is a slight annoyance, but the engine fades to a barely distinguishable background thrum at low revs. When you put your foot down, though, a vocal three-cylinder 'growl' adds a bit of sporty character in lieu of any real feeling of acceleration.

While there's no doubt that the Aygo comes with a lot of kit, including an excellent seven-inch touch-screen multimedia interface and navigation unit, it's also a little pricey, and certainly a few hundred pounds more expensive than the rival Citroen C1 and Peugeot 108. But the bags of style will ensure that this will be a big-seller. Compare it with the previous version and it is like looking at two completely different cars.

It's also big on choice and value, with an 11-strong line-up of three and five-door models, starting from £8,595. All are powered by the latest version of Toyota’s 1.0-litre VVT-i petrol engine, a unit famed for its great fuel economy and low emissions. In fact it produces so little CO2, customers don’t have to pay any annual road tax Yes, the Aygo is a radical change in direction and it is aimed fairly and squarely at young, funky urban and suburbanites with an eye on their first new car.

Monday, August 31, 2015

Cars Toyota C-HR Concept Trends

Cars Toyota C-HR Concept Trends

Cars Toyota C-HR Concept Trends

Cars Toyota C-HR Concept Trends

Cars Toyota C-HR Concept Trends

Cars Toyota C-HR Concept Trends
The new, 5-door C-HR Concept continues Toyota's exploration of an expressive new, diamond architecture styling theme. Below a compact, sensual cabin profile, the lower bodywork has been sculpted to represent the facetted surfaces of a highly-durable, precision-cut gemstone.

The design looks like a funky Juke . his face was aggressive with a hollow body capable menyiraatkaan impression "muscular " describes tough sport utility vehicle . The wheels are paired with 21 -inch wheels make it able to demonstrate strong impression .

Using the platform of the Toyota New Global Architecture ( TNGA ) similar to that applied to the Prius . Will be armed with new, more efficient engine of 40 percent coupled with an electric motor and batteries newly developed lightweight and compact .

The C-HR is expected to be powered a four-cylinder powerplant and CVT gearbox, sitting above the RAV4 in Toyota's range. It's expected to be the same size as a Nissan Juke but offer interior space that rivals the Qashqai's. In fact, the whole concept has been designed around the Toyota New Global Architecture platform (TNGA) in order to satisfy customers’ demands for state-of-the-art handling and control.

Friday, August 28, 2015

Cars Nissan Pulsar Trends 2015

Cars Nissan Pulsar Trends 2015

Cars Nissan Pulsar Trends 2015

Cars Nissan Pulsar Trends 2015

Cars Nissan Pulsar Trends 2015

Cars Nissan Pulsar Trends 2015
Nissan has been going through a phase of making cars that look like their internal organs are on the outside of their bodies or chief among them, the marvellously ugly Juke, which once you notice, you become fascinated by, like ugly babies. In the Pulsar, they bring us a car that looks like a car

Nissan's passion for innovation and technology has seen it transform the family car landscape over the course of the last seven years. Now, using the same design approach and original thinking that produced the Qashqai, X-Trail and Note, Nissan is expanding its product portfolio once more with an exciting all-new family hatchback challenger - the Pulsar.

Combining bold design, technical innovations and interior space, the new Pulsar brings a new dimension to the C-segment, offering all the familiar Nissan qualities in a stylish new package. The Pulsar's introduction highlights Nissan's ambition and to deliver intelligent design and technical innovations to a wider audience.

Setting new standards for cabin space. Thanks to the longest wheelbase in the class (2,700mm) and clever packaging, the Pulsar offers considerably more rear legroom and shoulder room than its sector rivals. Indeed, with 692mm of rear kneeroom, the Pulsar is more spacious than many D-segment offerings.

Yet despite this it retains a compact footprint (length 4,385mm), making it easy to park in tight urban environments.Energetic, athletic styling. Instantly recognisable thanks to its trademark Nissan V-motion grille and boomerang-shaped lighting signature with bold and energetic curves on the body side, the Pulsar was designed and engineered for Europe and will be built at Nissan's Barcelona production facility.

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