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The tesla roadster was a revolutionary car and it took the world by storm. The Tesla Model S was meant to leave the roadster in the dust… and it did just that. The model S features Tesla’s new “electric drivetrain”. The new drivetrain uses 1/3 less energy than gas burning engines, which allows it to go around 300 miles on a single charge. It can go from 0-60 in around 4.4 seconds (outstanding for an electric car), has a top speed of 125 mph, and puts out zero emissions. It features agility and grace due to a revamped suspension system designed specifically for the model S. It also features a new ‘Power Steering’ feature. Power steering uses electronic sensors to detect the weather conditions and accordingly tries to improve the responsiveness depending on the type of weather. Hit up the source link to learn more. If you want to download the picture, right click and press download.
Infiniti has unveiled their first environmentally friendly luxury sedan that they’ve aptly named the Emerg-E. It uses two electric motors, has rear-wheel drive, can go from 0-60 in four seconds, has a top speed of 130 mph, and can go 300 miles on a single charge. Infiniti is a part of Nissan, so they’ve used the same technology that is found in the Nissan Leaf. It was showcased in Geneva not too long ago, and more specs will be revealed once they hit car dealerships. To learn more, check out the source.
Pagani Automobili has started production for their newest creation: The Huayra. In my opinion, it’s a step back in terms of aesthetics since its predecessor (Zonda F) looked significantly better. These will be worth around a million euros. It uses a transverse sequential seven speed gearbox instead of a dual clutch gearbox because the seven speed gearbox reduces the weight by around 70 kg. They focused on making it have a lean, streamlined form factor along with some gull-wing doors like the legendary Deloream DMC-12. If you want to see the official pictures, click the picture or check out the source for more info.
Following in the footsteps of their previous dream car: The Aventador, Lamborghini has made this beauty. Sesto Elemento roughly translates to “The Sixth Element” which is why the chassis, driveshaft and suspension are all made of carbon fibre allowing for its streamlined body and its lean build weighing in at only 999 kg (2200 lbs). It uses a specially fitted gearbox so that one piston comes up before the other one goes down allowing for a seamless transition and no slowdown. It has 5.2 litre V10 engine that generates 570 horsepower and 398 lb-ft of torque (the same one used in the gallardo). It uses 10 hexagonal holes in the engine cover to allow air to help cool the engine as you drive and can go from 0-62 mph in a mere 2.5 seconds. They plan to make only 20 Sesto Elementos, each worth $1.5 million, and made specifically for track use only (since it isn’t road legal). If you want to know more, just click the picture.