Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) is currently only known as a segment on four wheels, but it turns out the term SUV can also be placed on two-wheeled vehicles such as motorcycles. In addition, this is Brutus.
Not the enemy, which is Brutus of Popeye the Sailor, but a motor could devour SUV all terrain. Motor is born by a company called over and currently displayed in prestigious EICMA motorcycle show in Milan, Italy. Over Brutus was designed by Alessandro Tartarini Lambretta was previously a designer and son of the founder of Italjet motorcycles.
This motor is said to be a pre-production concept that will be the SUV in the segment of two-wheeler. After the display, this bike is scheduled to be produced in 2013. Judging from its design, this bike looks really menguratkan aura stocky and muscular. Frame diekpos issued increasingly fierce aura. Moreover, Brutus Over the fierce look more daunting by the application of thick Maxxis Bighorn tires are designed to cope with rough terrain including sand thickness. In addition, when the temperature drops, the motor is even said to bulldoze the sandy terrain without changing anything. However, for him to explore further afield, it also provides various accessories over including base skis for both wheels.
At heart, Brutus has a 750 cc engine capable of spraying power up to 49 hp. And even though this is a ferocious-looking sport bike, Brutus did not have any teeth because the transmission is a continuously variable transmission. But a reverse gear when the motor is set up for later install a sidecar.
Toyota is recalling more than seven million vehicles worldwide, including some Yaris, Corolla and Camry models produced between 2005 and 2010, over faulty window switches.
The recall affects 1.39 million cars in Europe – 138,000 in the UK – 2.47 million in the US and 1.4 million in China. It is the biggest single recall since Ford called back eight million vehicles in 1996.
The company said there had been no reports of accidents, injuries or deaths as a result of the window problem.
Toyota’s reputation was damaged in 2009 by a recall over a fault with some floor mats and accelerator pedals. The company also suffered production problems from the disruption caused by the Japanese tsunami in early 2011.
NISSAN demonstrates the capabilities Leaf prototype electric vehicle recharge tech cordless plus the automatic parking feature almost no intervention from the driver.
In this article we will only discuss the automatic parking. This feature is already represented in Indonesia by passing All-New Ford Focus which was officially launched in Indonesia International Motor Show some time ago. But the automatic parking feature both vehicles have slight differences.
If the All-New Ford Focus has the ability to auto park for parking in the series, the capacity reserved for the Nissan Leaf is precisely parallel parking. Ford step forward because this feature has become standard equipment on production vehicles, while Nissan is still in prototype format alias experimental vehicle.
Prototype Nissan’s automatic parking technology is shown in a video that describes the electric-powered vehicle will be parked in the parking lot that has a wireless charging system facilities alias recharge wirelessly.
The process is almost identical to Ford’s automatic parking technology is to do a scan of the parking area is available via a number of sensors and cameras. After that, the driver simply presses the button on the touch screen just off the steering wheel and the accelerator and brake controls. (OL-07)