Honda Stream
The Honda Stream debuted in Japan in 2000, and in less than a year the model was introduced in Europe. According to the creators, Stream was supposed to fill the…

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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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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…

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Peugeot RCZ

The appearance of the production version was preceded by the Peugeot 308 RCZ concept car, which was presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2007. The success of the model was so deafening that the need for its commercial production became apparent. Creating a production car was carried out as soon as possible. His presentation took place at the 63rd Motor Show in Frankfurt, just 2 years after the first presentation of the 308 RCZ concept. Worldwide sales of the Peugeot RCZ started in the spring of 2010. By the way, RCZ is the first passenger car of the brand, in the name of which there are no numbers with one or two “0” in the center. Continue reading

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 traditional truck with a rear drive axle to front-wheel drive delivery vans with a lowered body floor.

The original name of the car was “Little Red Riding Hood” (Eng. “Redcap”), and only in 1965 before the start of production preference was given to the name Transit. Arguing this choice by the internationality of the name, which will be clear to customers around the world. Continue reading

Ford Taurus

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

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FAW Besturn B70
The expansion of Chinese automakers into the Russian market is expanding from year to year. In 2013, the list of “motorists” from the Middle Kingdom was replenished with the mid-size…

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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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Fiat Uno
The Fiat Uno Class B front-wheel drive hatchback was introduced by FIAT in March 1983 in Geneva. Its appearance on the market contributed to the restoration of lost positions by…

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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…

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