All manufactures tend to have these well known formulas for their sports cars that are just as distinguishable as the brand itself. Take a V8 for instance, push the displacement out to 5.4L and drop it in a coupe and you get a Mustang. Slap on two turbos on a V6 3.8 Liter Japanese car and you get a Nissan GT-R. Supercharge a 6.2 liter V8, call it an LS9 and you get a Corvette ZR1. Squeeze 300 horsepower out of a tiny, AWD sedan with a 2.5 liter flat four cylinder engine and you get a Subaru WRX STi. But what happens when you go back to the drawing board, sketch out a fluidly designed 3-door hatch back, with vivacious curves and stunning lines, paint it - oh, let's say - red. Then, stretch out the nose; drop in a 12 cylinder engine and squeeze in an all-wheel drive system. What do you get? With years of automotive mental algorithms going through my head, fitting the features with the engine, platform, and associated brands leads me to nothing. So who is building it? No, it's not the new Prius, it's the new Ferrari FF.
By : Ivan Rudnitsky
By : Sagor Akram
The History of the CR-V
The 2012 Honda CR-V begins the fourth generation of the wildly popular SUV. First launched in 1995, the CR-V is built on a Civic platform, combining the sturdy reliability Civics are renowned for with a stylish and spacious SUV body. The CR-V was initially greeted with skepticism, even by Honda itself, but gained popularity until it became a global success. It evolved from a light, sporty vehicle in its first generation to a heavier and more classical SUV in its second and third. The fourth generation is sleeker and more dramatic than any of its predecessors, with a lean style and aggressively bold front.
By : John Dove
Consumers in the U.S. and North America are now buying more VIZIO LCD HDTVs than any other brand. VIZIO must be doing something right. Founded in 2002, VIZIO began producing feature-rich products and selling them at value prices.