Tuesday, June 21, 2011

2011 Myvi Malaysian Cars Modification

2011 Myvi Sport Car Modifications
2011 Myvi Sport Cars Custom
2011 Myvi Sport Car Combinations
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2011 Myvi Sport Cars Elegant Concept

Standing at 1.3 litres of engine capacity, the 'Perodua Myvi' remains the top choice when it comes to buying a car. Especially at entry level, most 'Malaysians' seem to lean towards this particular model. I, myself drive one. And I am about to tell you what it feels like driving one, after 3 months.

I think that it the price of RM40,000 (give and take) for a small car like this is a little overpriced. But, the plus points of the 'Myvi' is its spacious compartments inside. The interior can even cater to a giant 6 footer, I believe. Your head will never have to bump against the roof anymore.

Driving experience when on the 'Myvi' is like driving a 'Mini Cooper' (I have never driven one yet). Power steering makes it effective at turning, with its small dimension. Talking about car size, it is relatively very easy to park. Personally, I do not need to change gears from reverse to drive more than twice. That, I think is the biggest advantage a 1.3 litres capacity car can provide; the small size advantage (yet decent engine performance).

You will need to refuel every 350-400km for RM60 (give and take for 'RON95' petrol). Always diligently applying overdrive only when necessary, inflating tyre pressures to 220kPa, letting the 'Myvi' "roll" most of the time on road; these are some of the practices that make up the statistic for the RM60 fuel price tag. For the overdrive part, the car is driven from 0-60kph(overdrive off). Higher than that speed, I always turn the overdrive on. Long distances can make your 'Myvi' save a lot. Driving a great distance like 200km nonstop on a highway only takes up half of your fuel tank.

Acceleration for the 'Myvi' is rather "poor". As it runs on automatic transmission, that might explain. But, in most cases, I find that switching to 'OD off' helps a ton. Then again, I do not rely on this for overtaking cars. Automatic cars are rather more suited for comfortable and highway and traffic jams driving. Note that I had been driving the 1.3 litres engine capacity cars with manual transmission, where acceleration is the major strength.

2011 New Car Perodua Myvi

Latest Car output Perodua New Myvi 2011 which is slated for release later this month. At its origin, this model should have been launched in April. But it had to be postponed because of the tsunami in Japan.



This latest model Myvi Myvi is again good from now because a larger engine capacity of 1.5 with an estimated price equal to the Myvi now. So, indeed berbaloi. Jom New Myvi 2011 saw this picture that has been in a snap by Newcarpicture.



Interestingly, there will be two additional models for the Myvi in 2011, namely Myvi Extreme and Myvi Elegence. To the modified car enthusiasts, bolehla try these two models.

Monday, June 20, 2011

malaysian Lamborghini Murchielago totalled

a malaysian Lamborghini Murchielago crashed together with a BMW m5 after japan gt race at sepang.


after crash...
before crash

bmw before crash...

bmw m5 after crash, luckily damage isn't that bad.


please drive safely.







F10 BMW M5 twin-turbo V8 power

With a 560 horsepower twin-turbo V8 lurking under its hood, the 2012 BMW M5 is finally here. Although it might have two few cylinders than last year’s model, the latest M5 is significantly faster and the best-handling M5 yet. 

A 4.4-liter V8 with an M-developed TwinPower Turbo Package features the M division’s latest technology combined with BMW’s turbocharging know-how. Power is rated at 560 horsepower available from 6,000 to 7,000 rpm, which should keep fans of the M-division’s high-revving engines satisfied. Torque delivery is at the opposite end of the spectrum: A full 502 lb-ft. is available from just 1,500 rpm free, BMW says, of any negative effects of turbo lag.

As a result, the M5 sprints to 62 mph in just 4.4 seconds, or 124 mph in a mere 13 seconds flat. Its top speed is limited to 155 mph, although an available Driver’s Package will push that up to 190 mph.

Despite the power boost, BMW says that fuel consumption is down 30 percent thanks to a full complement of EfficientDynamics upgrades, like automatic start/stop and brake energy regeneration.

 A robust seven-speed M Double Clutch automatic transmission with the company’s Drivelogic intelligence will be standard on M5s. Launch control, Low Speed Assistance and an M-specific gear lever help put the power to the rear wheels. One thing BMW has not mentioned is availability of a manual transmission. 

Specially tuned steering works with the car’s Dynamic Damper Control and stability control with its own M Dynamic tuned mode and an M-specific active electronic locking rear differential to make the best of handling via electronic aids.

Saturday, June 18, 2011

The making of Mini Cooper


Video of Mini Cooper in Oxford, UK. This is how mini cooper was made.

Friday, June 17, 2011

Myvi 2011 launched @PWTC


the Perodua Myvi five-door hatchback has been replaced by a new model that promises better safety, fuel efficiency and a string of new enhancements.


Launched by Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin here last night, the new Myvi is available in six variants with prices between RM43,900 and RM57,400 some RM500 to RM700 more than the previous model.


Buyers can choose between three grades of Standard, Premium and Elegance and transmission type of four-speed automatic or a five-speed manual.


 At the back, the car gets sleeker LED combination lamps.

On the outside, the height of the car is 5mm lower at 1,545mm than the old Myvi while the width has been retained at 1,665mm. The new Myvi is shorter in overall length by 60mm, and the sleeker front and rear bumpers make it look more compact.
Turning radius remains the same at 4.7m to ensure easy parking in tight spaces, easy cornering and U-turns and better maneoverability.

Buyers of the new Myvi will find the cabin a revelation.

The interior length is 15mm more than the old Myvi and this translates to extra legroom. In addition, the front-rear couple distance is 4mm more, resulting in more rear legroom for better comfort. On the other hand, the driver-passenger couple distance remains the same at 680mm.
 
Perodua engineers have managed to tweak the existing 1.3-litre engine for extra performance and the adoption of electric power steering plus improved aerodynamics all aid to make the car achieve more power while giving better mileage.



On the outside, the new Myvi has a deeper sloping bonnet and an air spat on the front bumper to make the car more fluid. Downward scoop accentuates the new projector headlamps.
 

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