Games for the “Sports car” lover on a budget

sports car games

If you love games and sports car and the thrill of “drifting” but do not have the funds…..

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The art of the exploded sports car

exploding sports car

This is very unusual, it must be pretty tricky making this kind of “image”…..

Swiss artist Fabian Oefner returns with a new series of exploded cars. The new artworks, currently on display at the M.A.D.gallery, Dubai, are a second part of Oefner’s ‘Disintegrating’ series, the first which he debuted in 2013 and which consisted of 3 images.

http://www.urdesignmag.com/art/2016/05/03/fabian-oefners-exploded-iconic-sports-cars/

China’s Electric super-car soon to be in production

chinese super car

These electric cars, at best, are good for short term utility use, fast, but low on mileage….

Depicted in these supposedly leaked images, BAIC’s forthcoming electric supercar is slated to take on rivals from the likes of Faraday Future, Rimac, andKoenigsegg. It’s anticipated to be about the same size as aFerrari 488 GTB, albeit slightly wider and taller. But the real difference will be in the powertrain, precise details of which remain a secret at the moment.

http://www.autoblog.com/2016/04/04/baic-ev-supercar-china-report/

Japan’s Custom Sports Cars

sports car Kyushu Danji NSX

I suppose a auto smart person could take a basic car and rebuild it to his satisfaction from parts manufactured by car makers….

Take the Kyushu Danji NSX for example – a machine that only shows up at Tsukuba Circuit a couple of times a year as its owner lives at the opposite end of the country. The first time I came across the Honda was back in February 2011 when it largely still resembled a street-tuned car. It already had widened bodywork, but not anywhere as extreme as the GT500-inspired aero outfit it wears these days. Of course, everything you see around the car and underneath it too is brutally functional.

http://www.speedhunters.com/2016/03/boost-evolution-kyushu-danji-nsx/

Who is using new technology to build sports cars

TVR Sports car

They are hoping this will be a less expensive way of building a high quality sports car…..

TVR is officially back and plans to launch four new models over the next decade that will have new technology. TVR’s first model, which should be here within the next two to three years, will be constructed entirely out of carbon fiber. The limited-edition launch will be the automaker’s first full production sports car to utilize carbon fiber. Gordon Murray, who is well known for his work in Formula 1 and for the legendary McLaren F1, used his iStream Carbon manufacturing process to create a ground effect aero chassis and body package.

http://www.carbuzz.com/news/2016/1/25/TVR-Plans-To-Build-Proper-Sports-Cars-With-New-Technology-7731637/