2000 Dodge Viper Viper comes as the GTS coupe and RT/10 convertible. A version of this V10 is used in Dodge’s Ram pickup truck. A 6-speed manual is the sole transmission; its shifter automatically goes from first gear to fourth gear in light-throttle acceleration as a fuel-saving measure. The clutch, brake, and gas pedals are [...]
2009 Chrysler California Cruiser Concept The Chrysler California Cruiser concept debuted at the 2002 Paris Motor Show. This car also has the ability to convert to a “hotel room” for two. Interior from California Cruiser uses silver inserts on the door trim, quarter panels, and a hatchback trim. The fog lamps on the California Cruiser [...]
2009 Nissan 370Z Roadster There’s structural reinforcement from Nissan 370Z Roadster, in the A-pillars and side sills to counter the lack of roof, but Nissan says numerous body panels are made from aluminium to keep weight in check. The bonnet, door panels and bootlid are all crafted from the lightweight metal and there are individual, [...]
2002 Lexus SC 430 The SC 430 takes its V8 engine and 5-speed automatic transmission from the LS 430 sedan. Standard features include front side airbags, antilock 4-wheel disc brakes with emergency-stop power assist, traction/antiskid system, tire-pressure monitor, 18-inch wheels, leather/wood cabin trim, navigation system, and premium Mark Levinson audio. Run-flat tires that eliminate the [...]
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