Daewoo Matiz
In the 80s, Suzuki sold the 1982 Alto Koreans to the Koreans - as a result, Daewoo Tico began production in 1988. The design of Daewoo Tico seemed to the…

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Ford Tourneo Connect
Ford Tourneo Connect was presented at the Geneva Motor Show 2003. The car is produced at the Ford Otosan factory in Turkey. It looks quite modest, but at the same…

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Honda Stepwgn
Honda Stepwgn is a mid-size minivan that stands out for its capacity and height. Unlike the Honda Odyssey and Honda Stream, it can accommodate up to eight people. The first…

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American minivan

Ferrari F 430 Spider

The debut of the rear-wheel drive convertible Ferrari F430 Spider took place in 2005 at the Geneva Motor Show. In the same year, sales began, first in Europe, and then on the American market.

Participation in Formula 1 competitions and ring races gives Ferrari an advantage over other companies: on the track you can perfectly test new technologies, and then apply them on ordinary, production models.

The Spider design, down to the characteristic five-spoke wheels, was designed with the participation of the Pininfarina body shop, a traditional Ferrari partner. Aerodynamics of the car was developed using Formula 1 technology using a virtual layout and computer simulation. Each body element works for the correct Continue reading

Dodge Caravan

The first Dodge Caravan appeared back in 1983 and immediately gained popularity, as it laid the foundation for a completely new class of roomy family cars. To please fans of different brands, the same car was sold under the names Chrysler Voyager, Plymouth Voyager and Dodge Caravan. They could only be distinguished by branded “nameplates”, elements of the front of the case (grille, bumpers) and some differences in the cabin.

The Americans immediately liked these very roomy minivans with low operating costs and excellent handling characteristics, which completely replaced the usual earlier full-size station wagons like Station Continue reading

Dodge Viper

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

Bentley Mulsanne
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…

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Ferrari 250
Ferrari with an index of 250 were produced from 1954 until the end of the 60s in numerous modifications, most of which were assembled “individually” or in very limited quantities.…

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Chevrolet Viva
In 2004, a joint venture General Motors - AvtoVAZ was opened, which began mass production of Chevrolet Viva cars. This model was developed on the basis of the Opel Astra…

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Chrysler Voyager
Chrysler Voyager is a classic American minivan with a hell of a big and spacious interior, comfortable soft suspension, powerful engines and, very importantly, a low price. It is believed…

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