Modify Ferrari Sport Car Into Limo


If you have a Ferrari car, will you think off modify it into Limo? This Ferrari car was cut into two pieces and joining its body with extra chasis to make its body longer like a Limo.

Toyota Vios Modified To Sport Car

This "sport car" was spotted in Thailand but it was modified from a Toyota Vios. It looks cool!



Volkswagen Launches $600 Single Seater Car

Someone just forwarded me the pictures of this Volkswagen single seater diesel concept car that is set to be released onto the Shanghai's market in 2010.

Big Truck

This is the first time in my life to see such a big truck. You don't feel it is so huge if the man is not standing next to it.

Hit the jump for more big trucks.


2011 Porsche Boxster Spyder

Porsche has introduced its new 2011 Boxster Spyder at the Los Angeles Auto Show, which the company claims as its most nimble and sportiest mid-engine cars ever. It weighs just 2,811 pounds and featuring a 7-speed dual-clutch PDK (Porsche-Doppelkupplung) transmission, and 3.4-liter 6-cylinder engine with Direct Fuel Injection upfront of the rear axle to deliver 320 horsepower (10 more than Porsche Boxster S) maximum output.

“The new Boxster Spyder looks distinctly different from its Boxster siblings,” said Klaus Berning, executive board member responsible for worldwide sales and marketing at Porsche. “Our designers borrowed from the rich history of our mid-engine sports and race cars of the ’50s, but under the skin it has our most advanced technology so that its performance matches the Spyder’s looks, making it the quintessential purist Porsche.”

Porsche Boxster Spyder that equipped with the Sports Chrono Package can accelerate from 0-60 mph in just 4.6 seconds, performing top speed of 166 mph with the top down.

The new stylish, cool 2011 Porsche Boxster Spyder sport car is expected to be available by February 2010 for a base price of $61,200.

Nissan Land Glider






Maybach Coupe Exelero Concept Car

The concept car Maybach Exelero has stunning body that will attract many eyeballs when it is driving on the road. The V-12 coupe is based on the Maybach 57 and designed to test a high-speed tire for the German tire manufacturer Fulda. The Exelero needed to surpass the 188 mph mark for Fulda. The super-Bach can get to 55 mph in 4.4 seconds with the help of two turbochargers and 740 ft-lbs of torque.

Here are some beautiful pictures of this Maybach Coupe Exelero.









Countdown Traffic Light

I have seen a countdown traffic light which was using numeric to countdown from 99 to 0. Here is another design of countdown traffic light by designer Damjan Stanković. The car drivers will know when the light will turn red or green as they don't need to rush at traffic light. This will definitely help to reduce the road accident rates. Some people can save their fuel by shutting off their car engine while waiting the red light to turn gree, very cool idea!

Shut their engines off to conserve fuel? Apparently you're not familiar with how we like to do things here in the good ol' US of A. You see, people here like to rev their engines at stop lights. Plus, they'll purposefully jump off the line to hit anyone who was still in the intersection. It's like a game. A sad, shameful game.


Electric-powered E'mo Car

It is very clear that the design trend of future cars will emphasize on eco-friendly with electric engines. The new E'mo car has an exterior that looks a bit like a golf cart from the world of claymation; the vehicle's cute factor makes it a possible eco-age successor to the Volkswagen bug.

Designed by the StauffacherBenz Studio, the car can run for about 60 miles with fully charged its lithium-ion batteries. It can speed up to 80 miles per hour.

It has no further information on the release date but the price of the electric-powered E'mo car is estimated to be 10,000 euros ($15,000).