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Toyota Supra

Toyota Supra was called Selick in its “childhood”. However, it is no longer just grab power, and it is “build muscle” getting inline “six”. This force was a bit crowded in the same compact body and machine made longer by almost 13 centimeters. Celica Supra developed as a “charged” version for the next eight years, and then turned to the Supra, which we all know and love.


In 1986, the market goes first independent Toyota Supra. Family ties are broken on both sides: the novelty of the name disappeared word Celica, while the SELIC drive now in the base case front. Platforms, of course, is now also become different. The car has received a lot of technical bells and whistles, laid on the status. So, for example, the suspension is double wishbone on both axles has been supplemented by electronically controlled shock absorbers that the driver himself could translate into sports mode or to leave at the mercy of management automation. In the latter case, the suspension immediately clamped, had only to press the gas to the floor, dramatically slow down or start to maneuver at high speed. In addition, the “inlet” A collector of variable length, to optimize the air flow at any speed.


The base engine for the Japanese Supra became only a two-liter inline “six”. Strange like, but if we take into account the then realities of the Japanese tax commitment of Toyota to “daunsayzingu” becomes justified: for customers large and powerful cars had to annually pay a lot more taxes, such a “stripped-down» Supra fall within the scope of benefits (by the way, the amount of motor does not interfere with the supra develop 160 hp). But the really standard engine in this generation of machines has a three-liter “six» 7M-GE, already in the atmospheric version to issue 200 “horses”, and with the addition of self-toyotovskogo turbocharger CT26 and the letters “T” in the index is developing 232 forces.


In this embodiment, the Toyota Supra is exported, but there was also something else. You, of course, remember the famous 1JZ index. It is thanks to this engine Supra received the current status of the legend. The irony is that it was on half a liter less than the export engine 7M, but its supercharged version even “stock” develops 280 hp (And we know that in Japan, this figure could actually mean anything). The present popularity this engine was due to the ease of modifications: without prejudice to the reliability can be squeezed out of it to 600 “horses”, but you can “shake” up to 1000 hp – Has more serious trouble, but still in the “home” section. According to the network rumors about 1400 strong supra with a fully native engine block, but if it’s true, and how much it was enough – a mystery. In 1992 came the next generation of Supra – “Aerodinamit” – so dubbed its advertisers. The rapid and smooth shape, a huge rear wing – a Supra remember and know all without exception, and its engine 2JZ-GTE – a real fetish for tuners from around the world, but inserts Turbo it is not depicted, so – that’s another story.

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Audi R8 Specifications
Engine and Transmission.
Audi R8 Engine: The Coupe version of the R8 model has a 5204 cc (317.5 ci) 40 valve V10 Petrol engine.

Audi R8 Transmission: This particular Audi R8 5.2 FSI Quattro V10 has a 6 speed/ Manual gearbox with the power being delivered through it's AWD system. Power and Torque Specifications.

Audi R8 Power: The R8's 5204 cc (317.5 ci) engine reaches its peak power of 518 bhp (386 kW) @ 8000 rpm.

Audi R8 Torque: The Audi R8 produces torque measuring 391 lb-ft (702.3 Nm @ 6500 rpm.

Audi R8 Power to Weight: The R8 weighs around 1620 kg (3571 lb). Power to weight can be calculated at 319.7 bhp per metric ton or alternatively as 241.3 lb-ft of torque per ton. Performance Specifications.

Audi R8 Top Speed: The Audi R8 5.2 FSI Quattro V10 - 2009 has a top speed of 196 mph (315.4 kph)

Audi R8 Acceleration: This R8 reaches 0 to 60 mph (96.6 kph) in 3.9 seconds and can cover a 1/4 mile in an estimated 11.45 seconds.

The R8 did not make Audi. The formidable glaze coating of Ingolstadt’s reputation was baked long before it indulged an impulse to make a bona fide mid-engined sports car. But when it did, when the result proved exceptional and exciting and idiosyncratic, it was concrete evidence that the manufacturer was indeed capable of almost anything. Just as it had reeled in the huge lead that greater longevity had given BMW and Mercedes-Benz, so it might now compete with the mighty Porsche.r8.png
The R8, in its original V8 format, was an automotive attestation of the boldest sort: the 911’s status is not sacrosanct and Porsche’s path to driving nirvana isn’t the sole means of ascent. Quattro GmbH had conceived of another way and Audi rallied the ambition, expertise and investment required to make it happen. Now, eight years on from the original R8’s introduction, it has retooled for a second run, tweaking much in a car whose design clearly continues to owe a substantial debt to the look of its predecessor. Its reason for being is slightly different, though. Porsche has gone from rival to relative, and so the requirement for a more modest V8-powered variant to challenge the Carrera has gone, too.
Consequently, Audi’s 5.2-litre V10 – still naturally aspirated – has become the only engine choice and £119,500 has become the starting price. So the R8’s positioning has changed slightly, from sports car to super-sports car – and the move has been a long time coming. It was previewed by the phalanx of more and more powerful run-out special editions of the previous R8 but was ultimately hinted at much earlier, when Audi learnt how much buyers were prepared to pay for the R8. We’re testing the quickest, most expensive version: the V10 Plus, delivering the same 602bhp as its Lamborghini Huracán sibling. It is, in fact, the quickest car Audi has made. Now, to properly succeed its predecessor, it just has to be the best driver’s car Audi has made, too. The new R8 is, Audi claims, the closest thing to a racing car that it has ever attempted to make for the road. The original car’s manual gearbox and V8 have been consigned to history – something we regret in both cases – and replaced by an engine range consisting of 533bhp and 602bhp 5.2-litre V10 options and a seven-speed dual-clutch S tronic ’box.
The changes to the mixed-metal V10 are legion, among them a hike in compression ratio, a new fuel injection system with both direct and indirect delivery, and the adoption of cylinder shutdown. With an under-square design, offset cylinder banks and alternating firing intervals for opposing cylinders of 54deg and 90deg, the engine remains unconventional for its type. But that type remains one of atmospheric aspiration, with peak power developed north of 8000rpm, peak revs close to 9000rpm and what Audi hails as a 20% improvement in throttle response. The car’s Audi Space Frame underbody, shared with the Huracán, is now 5% lighter than it used to be and 40% more rigid, gains delivered by mixing aluminium castings, extrusions and sheets with resin-transfer-moulded, carbonfibre-reinforced polymer parts. All external body panels are aluminium. Audi’s kerb weight claim for the higher-output V10 Plus is 1555kg, but MIRA’s weighbridge put our test car – fitted with more than £10,000 of optional kit, admittedly – at 1730kg, a figure that would suggest some discipline may be required during the ordering process if you want your R8 to really benefit from Audi’s engineering effort.
The R8’s running gear consists of axle tracks that are wider up front than at the rear, aluminium double wishbones all round and – in the case of the V10 Plus – slightly stiffer springs and passive dampers than the outgoing car had, matched to forged 19in alloy wheels. The standard steering set-up moves from electro-hydraulic to electro-mechanical power assistance. On the options list are both adaptive magnetorheological dampers and active-ratio dynamic steering – both of which our test car had fitted. Finally, Audi’s trademark quattro drivetrain for the R8 is now made up of a mechanical limited-slip differential for the rear axle (locking up to 45% under power and 25% on the overrun), and a multi-plate clutch packaged inside the front differential that’s capable of apportioning more power to the front wheels than the previous viscous coupling could and reacting more quickly.
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carpoolcool    0

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carpoolcool    0


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On 8/29/2016 at 3:30 PM, vehicles234 said:

My favorite car is the Tata Vista the best economical sedan car in the country.

It has good average and the luxurious interiors are newly designed .

I agree with you. I am seeing a fan following now for TATA vehicles. I am from Bangladesh with a Sedan car. I wanted the best fuel efficient car which gives good mileage and is low on maintainance. And in performance and style Tata cars stand out. The price of the car is also very fair with good after sale services. 

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Vovaze    0

If we talk about sport cars then toyota has its name by producing Toyota Supra and the new model of Toyota Supra is so much good and elegant 

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