Acura TLX Review
The debut of the Acura TLX sedan took place in March 2014 at the motor show in New York. The car was presented to the Russian public at the end…

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Cadillac Escalade
Rumors about the intentions of General Motors to release an all-terrain vehicle under the brand name Cadillac leaked to the press in the early 90s. However, year after year, no…

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Ford Transit
In the early 60s, Ford specialists set themselves the task of creating a convenient, versatile vehicle for the European market. Hence, many different modifications of the basic Transit: from a…

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Chevrolet Lacetti

The debut of the 5-door hatchback Lacetti took place in 2003 in South Korea, Europe saw the car much later. Production was established at the Gunsan plant on the west coast of South Korea. But many parts for Lacetti come from Europe. So, ABS is made by Bosch, airbags and catalysts – Siemens Automotive, automatic transmissions – ZF and Aisin Warner.

By the way, Lacetti is a name not entirely coined. It is derived from the Latin lacertus, which means “energetic, strong, youthful.”

Chevrolet Lacetti became the second model built on a completely new platform J200 (the first was a Nubira III sedan). This car is a characteristic representative of the golf class. Available in three body styles – sedan, Continue reading

Cadillac Fleetwood

Fleetwood Metal Body was opened on April 1, 1909 in Fleetwood, PA. It was an independent bodybuilding company until it was acquired by Fisher Body, a division of General Motors. The company continued its activities until 1931, when all production facilities were transferred to Detroit.
The company Fleetwood Metal Body until 1909 has already established itself as a manufacturer of fine aluminum bodies. In those days, many well-known personalities from the USA and from foreign countries such as India, Japan, Poland addressed her orders.

Exclusive – that was exactly the word that attracted the rich. They purchased the engine, chassis and Continue reading

BMW Z8

BMW Z8 – a model of a two-seater sports car with an aluminum body.
The prototype was introduced in the fall of 1997 in Tokyo, the production model of the BMW Z8 – in 2000. It is produced in small quantities at the plants in Dingolfing and Munich.

The exterior design of the car resembles the legendary model of the 1950s. BMW 507, created by Count Albrecht Goertz: long hood, large wheels. The work of designer Henrik Fiskers pays tribute to the heritage of this sports car, and under the beautiful lining of aluminum and carbon fiber panels there is a spatial aluminum frame, no less complicated than the suspension of many modern racing cars, which provides high levels of body rigidity. The quick-detachable aluminum roof, as well as the rear panel in the open version, Continue reading

Hyundai Sonata
The story of Sonata began in 1988 when the first generation of this model was introduced. Initially, all Hyundai Sonata came with 4-cylinder injection engines with a working volume of…

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Brilliance V5
The front-wheel drive crossover Brilliance V5 was introduced to the Russian market in March 2014. Automobile production using the large-assembly method was established at the facilities of the Derways plant…

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Ford Transit
In the early 60s, Ford specialists set themselves the task of creating a convenient, versatile vehicle for the European market. Hence, many different modifications of the basic Transit: from a…

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Cadillac Escalade
Rumors about the intentions of General Motors to release an all-terrain vehicle under the brand name Cadillac leaked to the press in the early 90s. However, year after year, no…

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