The Future Advancement Of The All-Wheel Drive Sports Car Series
The AWD sportscar range has been the number one seller in Malaysia for several years running, but now, the baton R8 is getting a serious discount and is selling like hotcakes. This sports car is a performance car with all the latest gadgets and electronics. It also has a high level of handling and steering that is unmatchable by any other vehicle in its class. The body lies low to the ground and has large clear air vents. It is also lightweight, even though it is relatively heavy. This means that it can be driven easily, even on bumpy roads.
For a long time, the AWD sportscar range has used the Turbo Power concept, where the engine runs at a very high speed and the horsepower goes up to 9 horsepower without burning out the cylinders. For this reason, the vehicle can hit 101 mph, but at the cost of high fuel costs and high emissions. With the new Twin-Turbo concept, the engineers have managed to shave off half the Horsepower and increase the torque by half as well. With increased torque, the car can accelerate from a standing position to an acceleration of almost three hundred km/h in just two seconds. The increased speed can be achieved by running the motor through the exhaust.
An upgraded version of the original AWD sports car is the two-liter twin-turbo v6, running on the water or an engine of the same size. Both these engines are derived from the same GM auto parts. The twin-turbocharged gasoline is supplied through a high-pressure injection system. A direct injector system allows a direct connection to the engine oil for maximum cooling. The result is the increase of horsepower and the reduction of fuel consumption. The improved fuel economy could quite possibly go up to sixty percent of what it was before.
The twin-turbocharged gasoline V-8 is the ideal solution to the problem faced by most automobile manufacturers with regards to the increasing cost of gasoline. An increase in poundage every year only makes things tougher for the manufacturers. By introducing the advanced technology of a hybrid gasoline/electric power plant, they could hope to lessen the burden on the consumers. The development of the twin-turbocharged gasoline V-8 is the result of the collaboration of engineers of Honda and GM. Although it might appear that the engineers have been lax on the build quality front, they have taken great strides forward in terms of making the cars of the future even more advanced.
The latest innovation involved in the production of AWD sports cars has been the introduction of a rear electric motor concept. This concept works through the use of a twin-turbocharged gasoline V-8 engine connected to a series of gearboxes. Although the actual performance of this engine is yet to be seen, it is believed to work on the same principles of a typical mid-engined sports car. The AWD sports car could be set to achieve a speed of over 100 km/h depending on the configuration. With a flatbed trailer, it would be easy to transport the car to different tracks.
Another innovation to be introduced with the AWD sports car series is the launch of a lightweight and high-strength aerodynamic body structure. With its 4.2 seconds to accelerate figure, the new Bugatti Veyron 16.4 RR could be considered as a modern-day equivalent to a Formula 1 car. This concept car boasts of an almost one hundred percent weight ratio, proving that lighter and stronger vehicles are what the market wants right now. The AWD program, together with the lightweight construction and aerodynamic body designs, could easily reduce weight to a practically featherweight level, something that is truly amazing considering the weight of the car.
The next innovation to be introduced with the AWD sports car series is called the twin-turbo system. With the help of this high-technology system, the vehicle can reach a maximum speed of about seven hundred kilometers per hour, which makes it far more maneuverable while on the road. The car’s powerful twin-turbocharged V-tech gasoline engine also allows it to emit more than two hundred watts of power through its six exhaust pipes, proving that it packs a punch. With its powerful output and super Charged Performance exhaust, it could also rival that of the quickest production car in the world, the Chevrolet Corvette. Its supercharger could also produce more than one hundred horsepower, proving the innovation worthy of its designation, the Corvette Racing Technology.
Aside from all these remarkable features, the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 RR also features an aerodynamic body structure that allows it to maximize the amount of wind protection it receives while in flight. For Bugatti, it has been designed to suit the regulations set forth by the airworthiness authority of the European Space Agency. Its most important feature however is its carbon fiber monocoque, or mainframe, which is made of a lightweight composite that has been laser cut to optimize weight and have more energy during the combustion process. Its three-dimensional lightweight construction also enables it to use a powerful air conditioning system to keep its passengers cool during the hot summer months. And for the optimum driving experience, the Bugatti Veyron RR’s super sensitive racing leather has been crafted to maximize airflow around the car, while its Brembo six-string brake kit lets it do away with the need for conventional brake bars.