Tuesday, June 30, 2015
The Jaguar E-Type Series 1 Sports Car
The Jaguar E-Type Series 1 Sports Car:
Jaguar E-Type Series 1 - A close look at this classic sports car's performance, technical data, features, comparing rivals, history, used prices. from Classic to Modern Development work on the E-Type commenced in December 1956, in order to produce a road going Jaguar sports car that would replace the XK150. Consequently, the first prototype was completed in May 1957, and was designated the E-Type 1 Aluminium,...
The Jaguar C-Type Sports Car:
The Jaguar C-Type - Performance, Technical Data, Features, Comparisons, History - a detailed review from Classic to Modern. In 1950, three XK120 Jaguar sports cars were entered in the Le Mans 24 hour race, when one retired, and the other two came in twelfth and fifteenth position. Following this result, it became obvious that the car would never be sufficiently competitive against pure sports...
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Aston Martin DB9 Convertible - A Driving Delight:
The Aston Martin DB9 is a highly desirable and visually appealing drop-top grand tourer. Both the Coupe and Volante models are known for high performance and luxury that its maker is typically known for. From the previous model, both the variants underwent a style update for a freshened look and slightly revised interior and more powerful motor.
The Noble M12 GTO-3R Sports Car:
The Noble M12 GTO-3R - A close look at this sports car including performance, technical data, features, comparing rivals, history, used prices. The Noble M12 GTO sports car was launched in 2000. Following its success, the company then introduced the M12 GTO-3 in 2003 which featured: An extensively tuned 3 litre Ford Duratec V6 engine, fitted with twin Garrett T25 turbochargers, that ran 0.7 bar of boost, and an intercooler Composite glass fibre body on a tubular steel space frame chassis A substantial carbon fibre rear wing and a front splitter which, between them, produced a marked increase in down force
The Noble M15 Sports Car:
The Noble M15 - A close look at this sports car including performance, technical data, features, comparing rivals, history, used prices. The Noble M15 sports car, introduced in 2006 and priced at 74,950 pounds, was targeted at the market sector dominated by the likes of the Porsche Turbo, Audi R8, and Ferrari F430. In this respect, new features added to the car included traction control, ABS, satellite navigation, air conditioning, and electric windows. Although performance was still to the fore, it was interesting to note that this two seater, fixed head coupe was to be positioned as a grand tourer, rather than a track day racer, as was the case with some previous models in the M-Series.
The Ferrari 355 Sports Car:
The Ferrari 355 - A close look at this classic sports car's performance, technical data, features, comparing rivals, history, used prices. The Ferrari F355 sports car, introduced in 1994, was the successor to the 348 Series. Styled by Pininfarina, there was an emphasis on smooth lines, whilst embodying a fastback style. It was offered as the two seater Berlinetta coupe, the GTS with a Targa-style top, and the Spyder convertible. At launch, the Berlinetta was priced at $130,000, whilst the other two variants both had a price tag of $137,000. It used a steel monocoque chassis and tubular engine sub-frame, coil spring independent suspension all round with gas-filled shock absorbers that were activated electronically, and anti-roll bars. The driver was able to control the firmness of the ride by choosing the appropriate damper setting of Comfort or Sport.