Monday, March 9, 2009

2009 Ferrari 599XX Preview

2009 Ferrari 599XX

This outstanding car has the same transaxle layout and engine type which is based on the 599 GTB Fiorano, this prototype is an ultimate track car, the 2009 Ferrari 599XX. The 599XX is powered by a 700 horsepower at around 9,000 RPM redline and a faster shifting F1 gearbox. Characterized by a an innovative concept called the "High Performance Dynamic Concept", designed for a maximum performance.

Improved aerodynamics of the 2009 Ferrari 599XX results for a faster Ferrari around the track. The car boasts 280kg of downforce at 200 km per hour (around 630kg at 300 km per hour).

The price for the 2009 Ferrari 599XX is not yet specified at this time.

Monday, February 9, 2009

2010 Aston Martin V12 Vantage

2010 Aston Martin V12 Vantage Pictures and Review

Said to be the most driver-focused sports car ever produced by Aston Martin, The Aston Martin V12 Vantage. The V12 Vantage was first unveiled in 2007 and was set for debut at 2008 Geneva Motor Show. This wonderful machine is powered by 6.0 liter V12 engine which makes 510 horsepower at 6,500 RPM and 420 pound-feet of torque at 5,750 RPM. It also claims a 0-60 time of 4.1 seconds and reaches a top speed of 190 MPH.

The V12 Vantage's engine features an enhancement that includes a by-pass engine air intake port that opens at 5,500 RPM, an enhanced induction system and redesigned air inlet ports which improves the airflow in the combustion chamber that makes the car performance even better. Inside the V12 Vantage, the interior front structure has been thoroughly upgraded to the suspension towers to house the larger engine, twin air intake system and the brake cooling system.

The Aston Martin V12 Vantage is expected to start with the deliveries during the third quarter of 2009. Pricing hasn't been announced yet and production will be limited at around 300 to 500 samples a year.

Thursday, January 22, 2009

2009 Porsche GT3 RSR Unleashed

The 2009 Porsche GT3 RSR

2009 Porsche GT3 RSR

Porsche unleashed its latest model of its GT2-class race car, the 2009 Porsche GT3 RSR. With a new louvered hood as it's visual difference. The car's radiator ductwork has been redesigned for the racer's preferred air conditioning system. They also included a developed supply system for a consistently adaptable blink rate of its front lights. Which makes it easy to identify when car pits during night time. The GT3 is also equipped with a new air jack and a much easier accessed oil filler which has been relocated.

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Now that comprises the visual part of the GT3. Lets go to a much better topic, the POWER. The 2009 Porsche GT3 RSR is equipped with a 450 horsepower at 7,800 RPM (compared to last year producing 465 horsepower at 8,000 RPM) with a displacement for the rear-mounted 6-cylinder from 3.8 up to 4.0 liters. Same with last year's GT, GT3 is also powered by a 317 lb-ft of torque at 7,250 RPM. Porsche said that the new GT3's torque curve is well-optimized than the past model for better driving. The 2009 Porsche GT3 RSR will cost you at around $493,392.

Technical Description Porsche GT3 RSR (2009)

Water-cooled, six-cylinder boxer engine; four valves
per cylinder; dry sump lubrication; individual throttle
butterflies; fuel injection; air restrictors 2 x 29.5 mm.

102.7 mm

80.4 mm

3,996 cc

Power output:
331 kW (450 bhp) at 7,800 rpm

Max. Torque:
430 Nm at 7,250 rpm

Max. revs:
9,400 rpm

Six-speed gearbox with sequential jaw-type shift;
oil/water heat exchanger; single-mass flywheel;
hydraulic disengagement lever; three-plate carbon-fibre
clutch; rear wheel drive; limited-slip differential 45/65%.

Monocoque body (basis GT3 RS) of hot-galvanised steel;
aerodynamically optimised front end with front spoiler;
aerodynamically optimised front underfloor; adjustable
rear wing; 90-litre safety fuel tank with fast filling function;
air jack; welded-in safety cage; bucket-type racing seat
(on driver's side only) with flame-resistant seat cover;
six-point seat belt adapted for use of the HANS
Head and Neck Support; electric fire-extinguishing system.


McPherson spring strut axle; Sachs four-way gas
pressure dampers; double coil springs (main and ancillary
spring); front axle arms adjustable for camber; adjustable
sword-type anti-roll bar on both sides; power steering.

Multi-arm axle with rigidly mounted axle sub-frame;
Sachs four-way gas pressure dampers; double coil springs
(main and auxiliary spring); rear axle tie-bar reinforced
and infinitely adjustable; adjustable sword-type anti-roll
bar on both sides.

Complete suspension infinitely adjustable (height,
camber, track).

Brake system with balance bar control.

Single-piece six-piston aluminium fixed callipers;
inner-vented, 380 mm in diameter; racing brake pads.

Rear: Single-piece four-piston aluminium fixed callipers;
inner-vented, 355 mm in diameter; racing brake pads.


Three-piece BBS light-alloy wheels (11J x 18-34);
central bolt;

Three-piece BBS light-alloy wheels (13J x 18-12.5);
central bolt.

Electrical System:
Motec display with integrated data recording; multi-function
display with integrated gearshift indicator; adjustable
traction control; battery: 12 volt, 50 Ah, 140 Ah alternator.

Approx. 1,220 kg complying with A.C.O. regulations,
1,245 kg complying with FIA regulations.