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Mansory Ferrari F12 Berlinetta Stallone : Photos
Mansory Ferrari F12 Berlinetta Stallone : Photos

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2016 Kia GT4 : Concept Cars
2016 Kia GT4 : Concept Cars

According to AutoExpress interview with Kia Designer Tom Kearns, the Kia GT4 Stinger concept, unveiled at the Detroit Motor Show, could be on sale by 2016 and be priced under £30,000.

The GT4 Stinger’s designer, Tom Kearns, told Auto Express: “It’s a total concept, but when we do these cars we have in the back of our minds that if we decide to make it, we don’t have to change it too much.”

According to Kearns, the two areas that are most likely to change are the radical LED light stack and the innovative see through A-pillars. “The gaps in the A-pillars aren’t symmetrical so it works well from the driver and passenger seat,” he said. “Pillars are getting bigger and bigger by requirement – it’s a big problem, so we looked for a solution.”

When questioned about a potential price for the GT4 Stinger, Kearns said: “We’re looking at the Scion [Toyota GT-86] and [Subaru BRZ], and even the Mazda MX-5 – true enthusiast, affordable cars. Pricing has to be fitting for a Kia – it’s a value brand”

The GT4 Stinger concept sits on a rear-wheel drive platform and features a 311bhp turbocharged version of Kia’s 2.0-litre T-GDi. If it makes production, it’s likely to use a platform from within the Hyundai-Kia Group, possibly from the Hyundai Genesis Coupe.

Kearns also said that he hoped the shape wouldn’t change too much: “I’d love it to be like this,” he said. “It looks sporty and muscular without looking like an angry transformer. We have a new version of our signature grille – a face with a simplicity of design”

And, according to Kearns, other versions could be on the cards: “I’d be okay with a convertible version. What do you think?”

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Sources : 2016 Kia GT4 Photo | 2016 Kia GT4 Article
Detroit SP:01 Electrified : Videos

Detroit SP:01 Electrified : Videos

The delayed Detroit Electric SP:01 electric sports car is heading toward production, with a U.S. on-sale date set for early 2015, the company said on Friday.

A new YouTube video provides a glimpse of the production-ready SP:01.

The video provides "a hint of the final exterior design of the company's new vehicle," Detroit Electric said in a statement. Detroit Electric will relaunch its Web site in late October with updated information about the SP:01.

The SP:01 is an open-topped two-seater built on a Lotus Elise platform. The car completed "successful prototype testing in June this year," Detroit Electric said.

There is no confirmation yet of model-year designation or whether the estimated price still remains around $135,000.

The startup automaker also said that all of the cars will be manufactured in a "new, dedicated Detroit Electric production facility in Leamington Spa, England."

Earlier, the company scrapped plans to build its Detroit Electric SP:01 in Michigan and said it will manufacture the vehicle in the Netherlands.

Detroit Electric provided no update on another new model (a sedan) that was to be engineered, developed and assembled in Detroit.

The Detroit Electric brand was revived in 2008 by Albert Lam, former CEO of the Lotus Engineering Group and executive director of Lotus Cars of England.

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Sources : Detroit SP:01 Photo | Detroit SP:01 Article
2015 Maserati Ghibli Ermenegildo Zegna : Current Models
2015 Maserati Ghibli Ermenegildo Zegna : Current Models

At last year’s Frankfurt Motor Show, Maserati revealed the special Quattroporte Ermenegildo Zegna Edition. Now the Italian marque has done the same with the Ghibli and released the Ghibli Ermenegildo Zegna Edition at the Paris Motor Show 2014.

Built around the standard Maserati Ghibli S Q4, the Ghibli Ermenegildo Zegna Edition features a plethora of upgrades in the cabin as well as a special shade of paint. This colour is dubbed Azzurro Astro and it is complemented by a special set of 20-inch Urano wheels finished in Liquid Metal. The aluminium pigments used in Azzurro Astro add a special sense of depth to the paint work.

It is the interior however where the collaboration between Maserati and Ermenegildo Zegna becomes immediately apparent. Across the seats, extra fine grain natural colour leather is utilised alongside contrasting light grey stitching. This is matched to a central silk insert with a micro-chevron weave of vertical rolls on the central seat and backrest area, within which the central roll, with leather piping on the sides, features a special macro-chevron weave.

The door panels feature Zegna silk Jersey and a diagonal roll pattern. This same luxurious material is used for the 2015 Maserati Ghibli Ermenegildo Zegna Edition’s roof lining, pillars and sunshades. Elsewhere in the cabin, glossy carbon fibre is featured on the central transmission tunnel and areas of the door panels.

Powering the Maserati Ghibli Ermenegildo Zegna Edition is the same twin-turbocharged 4.0-litre V6 engine as the regular Ghibli S Q4 model. This powertrain delivers an impressive 410 hp and 550 Nm of torque and can accelerate the car to 100 km/h in just 4.8 seconds and a top speed of 284 km/h.

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Sources : Maserati Ghibli Ermenegildo Zegna Photo | Maserati Ghibli Ermenegildo Zegna Article
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1955 Moretti 750 Sport : Classic Cars
1955 Moretti 750 Sport : Classic Cars

In the 1950s, Giovanni Moretti was serious about producing custom Italian racecars and he became king of the 750cc class with the 750 Sport and 750 Gran Sport models. They used a special twin-cam engine which was completely designed inhouse. Like all his products, these were the result of high craftsmanship and lightweight engineering which produced some of the smallest competition cars on the market.

Based in Turin, Fabbrica Automobili Moretti SpA was a small firm, but one that could take advantage of all the ateliers in the area. Initially Moretti produced a 4-cylinder overhead cam engine of his own design in 1950 that was intended for a series of Sedans, Cabriolets and Station Wagons called Giardinettas. Eventually a Sports model was offered which used the same engine, but with a twin-overhead camshaft design that produced around 60 bhp.

The potent twin-cam was installed in a custom tubular chassis then sent out to one of the many competent body shops in the area. Typically bodied in aluminum, these were either equipped with a spider or Berlinetta body, the later being penned by Giovanni Michelotti. Depending on bodystyle around 100 mph was possible.

Moretti would design and fabricate almost any design provided he could get the money upfront to produce the car. Very few were ordered outside of Italy, but Ernie McAfee had the intuition to order several Gran Sport Berlinettas into California.

Routinely, Morettis raced in the many of the small Italian hill climbs and local events in the 750cc class. They were entered in many Mille Miglias and the 1956 24 Hours of Le Mans where both cars failed to finish.

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Sources : 1955 Moretti 750 Sport Photo | 1955 Moretti 750 Sport Article