Taurus debuted in 1985 in Los Angeles. The front-wheel drive, mid-size Taurus was available in only two bodies: a four-door sedan and a station wagon. The curb weight of the car was about 1450 kg with a wheelbase of 2.7 m. The futuristic form of the Ford Taurus did not have a radiator grill, but just a panel in body color, where Ford’s oval was located between the headlights. Due to the large glass area and narrow racks, the car had excellent visibility.
Taurus was introduced in four versions: L, MT-5, GL and LX. The L and MT-5 models were quite simple, equipped with a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine that developed 90 hp. These modifications had the main difference in the transmission: L was supplied with a 3-speed automatic transmission of the ATX type, and MT-5 with a Continue reading
Today, the Dodge Viper is one of the symbols of the American automobile industry.
It was first introduced to the general public in 1991. In designing the first generation of the “viper” (that is how the word Viper is translated from English), two-time Formula 1 world champion Emerson Fittipaldi took part. The debut made a splash. This car is still considered the most sporty of all road cars made in the USA.
The second generation of the Dodge Viper appeared five years after the first – in 1996. Then, a coupe Continue reading
The Bentley Mulsanne was designed by Bentley Motors. Unlike the Continental T and Azure models, which were produced until the year 2000, Mulsanne was produced only until 1992. The Bentley Mulsanne was first introduced in 1980. The name Mulsanne is closely linked to Bentley’s sporting history, which included 5 victories in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. “Mulsanne Straight” – was the part of the track in races where cars reached the highest speeds.
Bentley Mulsanne 1985 Continue reading