Saturday, October 23, 2010

The Worlds most expensive Car Maybach Exelero

The Maybach Exelero was first introduced by German car manufacturer Maybach in 2005. This two-seater vehicle is said to be the fastest car in the world with a top speed of 351 km/hr. This luxury car is priced at a whopping $8,000,000 USD. At that price it can be safely assumed that you have to be unbelievably wealthy to even fathom buying this baby. If you just happen to win the lottery over and over and think that you can finally lay your hands on a Maybach, I’d suggest you spend that money in acquiring a vacation home in at least three continents along with a Mercedes S-class sedan to accessorize each home. But, if you happen to be P. Diddy, then nothing should stop you from buying this insanely expensive beauty for your 16 year old son’s birthday! However, you do not need to have any money to enjoy these beautiful photos of the Maybach Exelero and I’d suggest a good nap after to drive this dream car.

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Brammo ups the ante with Enertia Plus that touts 80-mile range

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Eco Factor: Zero-emission motorcycle powered by electric motors.
Already flaunting over four times the energy efficiency of the most popular hybrids in the market and over twice the efficiency of an all-electric car, the Brammo has rephrased its revolutionary electric bike Enertia with a still improved version – the Enertia Plus. The daily commuter bike is reported to have achieved 80 miles on a single 8 hours charge, thanks to its 6.0 kW h Lithium-ion battery pack.
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The 324 lbs bike features simple charging and starting, a tighter turning radius and a better design that pushes the handlebars 1-inch back. Anyhow, those who are obsessed with the range only will sure not have to look for plug-ins at offices. Available in four new colors (black, blue, red and silver) with the option of a center kickstand and rigid Givi side bags, the Enertia Plus is retailing at US$8995.
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Thursday, September 30, 2010

MOJO 300- A Superb Attraction From Mahindra 2 Wheelers

After a successful introduction to Mahindra Diablo and Mahindra Cevalo, Mahindra 2 Wheelers have some more for the Indian motor ways. Named Mahindra Mojo, a 300cc giant is another machine to be launched from the newly established company.
It was obvious with the India Based Manufacturer that they will be soon introducing some more variants. But honestly speaking, I never knew it could be so rapid and so surprising. Two 300cc machine releases prior to launch? I guess they are developing competition for their own brands and neglecting antagonism against other manufacturers. Due to official release of the data on Mahindra Mojo 300, we are able to provide you the pre launch Preview and Technical Specifications.
Mahindra Mojo Design
The Mojo has been designed with an essence of racing breeds. The bike is a streamline frame structure in blend with perfect aerodynamics flow. The looks will be first of its kind in India but some how resemble to Honda VTR 250 which Honda will be launching soon in India.
Mahindra Mojo Engine
Engine with a displacement of 300cc and definitely equipped with liquid cooling feature. Moreover DOHC technology emphasizes on better combustion and efficient power. Fuel-injection system is a trend these days in Indian motorcycles and Mahindra 2 Wheelers is enduring the Energia Fuel Injection in their bikes.
Mahindra Mojo Suspension
Testing their bikes on Race circuits has made them utilize some racing bike features. You must have heard about Inverted shock absorbers which are usually used for supporting the rider weight directly on the axle to give better shock absorbers while cornering and at high speeds. Mojo is equipped with such a kind at front and to make a better response from rear side, the Monoshock suspensions have been replaced by Gas charged Monoshock suspension. This allows the rider to relax even when meeting numerous speed bumps on motorways. Definitely a necessity for Indian roads!
Mahindra Mojo Braking System
Why should brakes lag when everything is featured? Yes, Disc brakes have got Radial callipers and some big Petal discs which is a renowned technology for smooth safe stopping. The traction has been further improved by introducing Double Barred Exoframe with 150mm tubeless tires.
Mahindra Mojo Exhaust
The exhaust system will be a dual one. Yes, both the sides will receive an exhaust outlet with complete looks of a sports bike. The sound offered by the exhausts will be a roar on roads.
Mahindra Mojo Fittings And Electrical(s)
  • The first attraction in this segment is Twin Pilot LED’s on for headlight. But the retro LED lamps have got their socket to enhance front looks.
  • The tail lights or brake lights are also built in LEDs which sharpen STOP call.
  • The precise digital display offering all information on ride with only exception of rpm meter which is an analogue one.
  • A feature from cars race has been borrowed. The bike embedded with indicators over rear view mirrors.
Mahindra Mojo 300 Technical Specifications:
 Engine Type Single Cylinder, Liquid Cooled, 4 Valves – Direct Drive, SI
Displacement 292 cc
Bore x Stroke 78 mm x 61.2 mm
Compression Ratio 11 : 1
Maximum Power 19.3 kW @ 8500 rpm
Maximum Torque 24 N.m @ 7000 rpm
Starting System Self Start
Ignition System ECU (Electronic Control Unit)
Fuel Tank Capacity in liters 15.5
Transmission Type / Gear Box Constant Mesh, 6 speed
Frame Type
Twin Tube Exposed frame in Steel, Shining yellow painted; Diamond Frame
Wheel Type Alloy Wheel
Rim Size (Front / Rear) Front 2.75 x 17”; Rear 4.00 x 17”
 Tire Size (Front / Rear) – Tubeless 100/80 – 17” (Front) 150/60 -17” (Rear)- radial
Brake Type
(Front / Rear) Disc 320 mm (Front); Disc 220 mm (Rear);
Suspension Type (Front / Rear) Inverted fork Telescopic hydraulic-damped (Front);
                 120 mm stroke Horizontally mounted Mono Shox; air + hydraulic damping(Rear)
 Overall length x width x height in mm
2100 x 830 x 1270
Seat Height in mm 820
Wheelbase, in mm 1450
Minimum ground clearance 150
Kerb Weight ( with 90 % fuel, Tools etc) 160
12V, 9 AH; Maintenance Free
Head Lamp Twin Beams; 35W / 35W X 2; Halogen Bulb (Multi Reflector Type)
           Marker / Pilot Lamps 4 LED’s each side, above twin beam Head Lights
Tail Lamp LED based (with 12 LED’s)

A long wait is approaching to end as Bajaj-KTM is looking to launch new bike in India in upcoming year.

There have been many rumours regarding the collaborative product but recent official talk about the bikes is that the price-tag of the motorcycle will be over one lakh INR. The range of street bikes will feature engines of capacity 125cc and more. The launch is somehow definite in the cities of Europe by the end of this year and the welcome season of 2011 will be the time for India to host some launches from the team. Bikes will be sold through Bajaj Autos Pro-Biking showrooms.
It is news that the first launch from Bajaj-KTM will have a price tag of Rs1, 00,000. But not sure whether that bike will have an engine of 125cc or over 200cc. That shall continue remaining mystery for we people. Hope to see much powerful and superior bikes over those which we have we have already available in the market these days.
Another news from the team is that they are going to launch a series of imported bikes from KTM in Indian market in the upcoming years. This will definitely boost competition with Kawasaki which is looking to launch powered bikes in Indian market. The only similarity between Kawasaki and KTM will be the partner Bajaj Autos, India.
Words From Mr. Rajiv Bajaj, MD, Bajaj Autos
“Whatever product will be out in the market will be at a very significant premium as against brands like the Pulsar. Else, what is the use of bringing such a product?”
I personally wish to see a bike with displacement over 250cc and power more than 20bhp from the Team. And would like to know the expectations from my readers. Please state your views in the comment box below!

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Having difference in this bikes......

Handling This bikes having great look and mostly attracted to this type of bikes because all r attacked to sports look





Let me put an end to the battle at the start itself. The best bike between ZMR and R15 is R15. But wait… given a choice to BUY a bike I would buy the ZMR. So where does the ZMR score better? Read on.


Both bikes are good lookers. But R15 is a class apart. It is a bike designed at one shot compared to the ZMR which evolved from the classic Karizma. Hence the R15 looks purposeful whereas ZMR is fanciful. R-Series styling is spot on. The Delta-box chassis suits a fully faired bike and mono-shock rear adds more juice. Relatively, the ZMR looks more fancy – a sort of hayabusiness with larger proportions. So the ZMR has better street presence whereas the R15 is extremely smart. Comparing pictures of ZMR and R15 side by side, the R15 wins hands down. But compare them on road, the ZMR’s larger proportions does make you look good enough. But, both bikes don’t have a graceful butt though ;)


Here comes the biggest difference. A tuned 150cc Vs relaxed 223cc. Both the bikes have extremely refined engines, deliver great power and are fuel injected. However the greatest difference is how they deliver power. The difference is visible in the specs:

R15: 17bhp@8500rpm, 15Nm@7500rpm

ZMR: 17.6bhp@7000rpm, 18.7Nm@6000rpm

The ZMR is around 20kg heavier so the higher torque and power are offset, but the difference is the 1500rpm difference between the two engines. In real world this makes a lot of a difference for the normal biker. In the R15 you have to wrung out pace like a racer, whereas the ZMR is a lot sedate in its power spread. So for the discerning rider, the ZMR will feel a lot faster. A proper biker would like the R15 as this is how sports bike behaves. You need to hold bikes like R15 in the power band. In contrast the ZMR is designed as a tourer for Indian conditions – Its heavy, extremely reliable, looks big and has power at lower revs. If you look closely why bullets are preferred for touring, you’ll see that power and torque peaks for a bullet as low as 2000-3000 rpm. Power at lower rpm has several advantages – a more relaxed engine, and a better drivability.


R15 wins hands down on a track. Delta box and a link type monocross suspension is way ahead compared to the ZMR. One can never catch R15 on a racing track. But on city roads the ZMR is as good as the R15.

Fuel Efficiency

Both bikes are equally good. The R15 might deliver slightly better mileage with careful driving.


Overall the R15 is a great bike and boasts best in class technology. It looks amazing as well. The ZMR on the other hand is an evolution. ZMR appends fuel injection, disc brakes and better styling to the Karizma. At the start of the blog I had mentioned I would buy a ZMR over the R15 mainly due to the way the bike delivers power at lower revs. Personally I don’t prefer to screw the engine hard to extract performance as I wont be using the bike on track. Also, when touring a 223cc bike delivering roughly the same power, better torque and more heavy weight than a 150cc is better suited. Also within city, the ZMR has better performance and good street presence. So technically the R15 is a better bike, but if you prefer power delivery as per my taste, the ZMR is the one.

One line Verdict: Technically R15 wins, but the old wine in new bottle kicks

Honda CBR in reasonable prices

Middleweight Sportbike

Honda has just announced a new CBR600RR for 2010. The 2010 motorcycle appears to be an evolution of the 2009 and clearly with bold new graphics. The bike includes some braking performance improvements as well. This is part of American Honda Motor Company's Powersports Division announced today and is the third new release of 2010 motorcycle models. This on-road motorcycle release follows the earlier announcements of Honda's 2010 Fury, scooters, dirt bikes and ATVs.

"We are very excited about announcing these four street bikes for 2010," said Powersports Press Manager Bill Savino. "Within this mix we have a new cruiser, a new lightweight touring bike and two CBR sport bikes. The cruiser offers a whole new look for Honda, our new touring bike delivers lightweight, nimble handling, a stylish fairing plus saddlebags for the long haul or daily commute. The CBRs continue to set the standards of performance for the full-on sporting genre. This sets the stage for a great year in 2010 and there will be additional street model announcements later this fall."

Over the years, no other 600cc machine has won more magazine comparisons and AMA championships than Honda's CBR600RR. Traditionally this motorcycle has offered a likable balance of power and handling. The new CBR600RR claims to blend a light and compact chassis with impeccable power delivery for a combination that is set to live-up to past expectations. The motorcycle will also be available with Honda's unique Combined ABS for the pinnacle of middleweight sportbike braking performance.

The 2010 CBR600RR will be available is pearl orange/black and "leyla"; the new special custom graphic. The C-ABS model will be available in red/black only. Dealer availability and MSRP is yet to be determined.