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Interesting Automotive Facts

March 01, 2011 / by / 0 Comment

Check out some interesting facts about automobile industries as well as some other amazing car facts to enhance your knowledge and excitement about carsssss! Honda Accord was the first Japanese car in the United States made in November 1982. The first Porsche 911 was launched in 1964 and boasted a power output of 130bhp. Ferdinand Verbiest invented the first car in the year 1672. TATA Nano is the world’s cheapest car made in India. Bugatti Veron is the most expensive car in the world which is available at USD 1.60,000. Women introduced the windshield wipers in autos. Ferrari can build a maximum of fourteen cars everyday. At the start, first cars did not have steering wheels. Drivers used lever instead of steering wheels. Toyota became the world’s biggest auto manufacturer in 2007. Paul Gavin invented the first radio car in 1929. The auto insurance policy was first purchased in the year 1897, in Westfield, Massachusetts. Mercedes-Benz introduced the first Antilock Breaking System in 1978. Buick was the first car with an electric turn indicator introduced in 1938. Nissan GT-R is the fastest production car with a top speed of 195mph developed by Japanese car. The first Ford car i.e. Ford Puma which is entirely […]

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Scion tC Release Series 5.0 to debut at Chicago auto show

February 09, 2009 / by / 0 Comment

As expected by a large number of car enthusiasts, Scion is yet to debut yet another limited edition model at the auto show that is supposed to be held in Chicago. This year we are expected to see the tC Release 5.0 that would also sport the parts from the company’s TRD accessories. The most basic TRD performance upgrades for this special automobile shall consist of a stainless steel muffler, a deeper antiroll bar in the rear as well as the 18 inch matte wheels which are black in colour with the red coloured trim. There is also a front lip spoiler as an alternative. All the cars of this special edition that is being launched in the auto show would be painted in glossy black and would sport the TRD badging.

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