1994 Lamborghini Sogna Spesification

Even more so when we talk about Countach, the model considered by many both an icon and a stepping stone for the car maker.

Art & Tech dropped its plans for a production model, as it only found the means to an engine for just the one show car. This engine was a mid-mounted, 5.2-liter with an output of 455 horsepower. The second unit was left with no engine and is currently on display at a museum in France , leaving the Sogna as a one-off model.

 I think this is the craziest Lamborghini ever to be made. Period. There is very little information available about this car other than the it’s only got 1118 miles on the clock and is up for sale at a crazy price of €2,380,000 or roughly £1,900,000 if my mind serves me correctly. 

Only two units of the Sogna were built but not by Lamborghini as the cars were made by Art & Tech. Hiding underneath the peculiar green skin is the Countach with an aluminum body and a centrally-mounted 5.2-liter engine outputting 455 HP (335 kW) sent to the rear axle through a five-speed manual gearbox which grants the supercar with a top speed of 202 mph (325 km/h).
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2015 Corvette Z06 Spesification

The 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is heading to dealerships now, which means it's a perfect time to start salivating over the prospect of an even more extreme take on an American classic: The 2015 Corvette Z06. These spy photos give us a hint at what to expect when Chevy gets around to announcing the car. 

 The Dodge Challenger will soldier on for at least one more year, as confirmed by prototypes of a facelifted version. While Challenger fans may be disappointed to learn that a new model is still some time off, the good news is that the facelifted Challenger’s SRT variant will receive a new supercharged HEMI with more than 600 horsepower on tap. 

As it currently stands, almost no information has been released concerning the specs of the 2015 Corvette Z06 besides its name. Much speculation was held concerning whether Chevy would keep the Z06 moniker or move on to the Z07. Fortunately for traditionalist, Chevy has yet to patent the Z07 label and thus will maintain the Z06 model for the 2015 Corvette. 

While stats and performance figures remain under wraps, we expect the new Z06 to pack as much as 600 horsepower from a V-8 engine of some sort rumors include a twin-turbo 4.5-liter and normally aspirated 6.2-liter and 7.0-liter options in addition to the supercharged version.
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2014 KTM X-BOW Concept

The X-Bow (pronounced crossbow) is a minimalistic, ultra-lightweight sports car developed by Austrian motorcycle builder KTM. Intended for the most hardcore of enthusiasts, the mid-engined X-Bow is essentially a racecar for the street complete with blistering acceleration, razor-sharp handling and few creature comforts. 

Although KTM has yet to reveal much about the KTM X-Bow GT, the following images show a prominent wraparound windscreen and doors, both of which are completely new components for any X-Bow. In addition to these upgrades, the KTM X-Bow GT is rumoured to receive a removable roof panel which can be used as speeds of up to 80mph. 

The updates include a especially designed turbocharger, a new sports exhaust system with a 100-cell sports cat with Y-pipe, a high-pressure fuel pump, a pre-feed fuel pump, a sportive suction system and a special water pump to keep things cool. Rounding out the mods its the required ECU to keep it all working flawlessly. 

The X-bow’s underbody comes with a completely flat work surface that enables air to slip beneath the car with no creating any move. Also supporting is the huge downforce that will the X-Bow GT’s physique work generates, which somme 200 kilogram (440 pounds) from 200 km/h (124. 3 mph). Using this new physique, the X-Bow will definitely pack more weight, in case it absolutely was to are the reason for customer opinions, it may be weight that appears to be well worth incorporating.
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2014 Maserati Ghibli Spesification

The all-new Maserati Ghibli marks a turning point in Maserati's history. Unveiled at the 2013 Shanghai Motor Show and arriving just months after the new Quattroporte, the Ghibli gives Maserati two four-door saloon models for the first time in its history.The Maserati Ghibli is smaller, shorter, lighter, more dynamic, less expensive and more economical than the flagship Quattroporte and provides a cornerstone in Maserati's plans to build 50,000 cars a year by 2015.

 Maserati outfits its sexy sedan with one of four engine choices: a top-trim 404-hp, 3.0-liter bi-turbo V-6 in the Ghibli S rear-driver and all-wheel S Q4, a 326-hp tune of the same engine for the rear-drive-only base Ghibli. Europe gets a V-6 turbo diesel in one of two flavors; no V-8 engine will ever see duty in the Ghibli from the factory. 

The interior is refreshingly simple, with few buttons on the center console and little complexity. You'll go hunting for the Chrysler family start button on the right side of the steering wheel the first time you climb in the car, and you'll note that most of the Ghibli's plastic switchgear is also Chrysler stuff. Still, that's offset by the beautiful natural wood trim on the Ghibli S. 

The chassis of the Ghibli sedan is mostly steel, but the front clip is built around an aluminum casting with a reinforced cross-strut to save weight and add rigidity. Further weight savings are achieved with a cast magnesium dashboard frame and lightweight aluminum alloy skins on all four doors and the hood. Maserati says the standard Ghibli (3,950 pounds) has perfect 50/50 weight distribution. The slightly heavier all-wheel-drive Ghibli Q4 (4,125 pounds) is calculated at 51/49 percent.
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2014 Nissan e-NV200 Lauching Tokyo

Nissan has taken the wraps off the 2014 e-NV200 commercial vehicle ahead of its debut at the Tokyo Motor Show later this month. Based on the e-NV200 concept that was unveiled at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show, the production version of the electric van will become available next year. 

Interior pictures were not released but Nissan says the e-NV200 will have an advanced telematics system and a rear power supply that can be used to provided power for outdoor events or emergency situations. 

Compared to the regular NV200, the e-NV200 sports a heavily modified front fascia, which includes bluish front and rear lighting units, and a Leaf-type charge-port cover instead of an upper grille. The interior is fitted with a dedicated and futuristic instrument cluster that looks a lot different from the standard NV200’s. Remember, however, that this is a concept car, and when the e-NV200 sees production, its cockpit might look closer to that of the gasoline-powered version. 

The e-NV200 is the second vehicle to be introduced to Nissan's line-up of zero-emission vehicles. The new electric light commercial vehicle is based on the award-winning NV200 van, which is also built in Barcelona . The new zero emission model combines the architecture of the NV200 wîth the electric drivetrain from the world's best selling electric vehicle, the Nissan LEAF. The resulting vehicle has been engineered to have its own unique character and appearance, while retaining the class leading load space of the combustion engined van.
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