2010 Audi A9 Concept Design


Audi has just released its latest concept design. It is known as the A9 concept and it is unlike anything we have seen in any production car to date. Audi plans to project its A9 concept at a higher standing than its current top dog, the A8. Audi predicts that this concept will be advanced enough to overwhelm first-class luxury models from competitors such as the Porsche Panamera, and the Lamborghini Estoque if ever it will be put into production.
The windshield of this concept car is fully integrated into the roof, and is composed of material using nanotechnology. Note that this technology does not exist at this time, since it is designed to automatically adjust from clear to opaque, change color and repair damage. Changing colors to the preference of the driver is a feature also reserved for the body kit of the A9. This means that at the touch of a button, the car can change from white to black, to red, to blue, etc.

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2010 Mansory Bugatti Veyron Linea Vincero d’Oro


German tuning company Mansory just did a 'blinged out' version of the French automobile company Bugatti's Veyron 16.4 LL d'Oro. It is a bejeweled modification, with the gold-colored wheels, restyled front end, stylized LED running lights and an artsy 'V' (for Vincero) in the radiator grille. The 2010 Mansory Bugatti Veyron Linea Vincero d'Oro is a crowned glory, a gold-and-black sports coupe.
For improved cooling, the 2010 Mansory Bugatti Veyron Linea Vincero d'Oro has new side skirts and larger side/rear air outlets. The rear diffuser is luxuriously redesigned. The gold-colored parts of this Bugatti Veyron are: turbine alloy wheels, door handle, fuel filler cap, radiator surround, and headlamp washer nozzles. The 2010 Mansory Bugatti Veyron Linea Vincero d'Oro's interior are also 'blinged out'; the leather and trim, door trims, dashboard, details in carbon fiber parts and LEDs placed in car seats. The 'd'Oro' in this sports coupe is literal.

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2010 RZ Ultima Concept

















The Ultima GTR was introduced a decade ago in the year 2000. It could run up a strip at full speed in below ten seconds. It had the fastest response rates with the quickest acceleration and deceleration from 0 to 100 mph and vice versa. Any production car would trail behind this sort of performance.
Racer X Design is a company that has developed and assembled a few of the best show cars to date. The company was constantly awarded first place in the XLR-8 live competition, Racer X Design offers a myriad of body detailing services, from developing vehicles for car shows to building full concept cars. Their market includes any individual wanting to modify a vehicle for professional use, or any company seeking to meet its demand for an iconic vehicle to represent them.

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2010 DeltaWing IndyCar Concept


The design of the 2010 Deltawing IndyCar Concept is a departure from traditional vehicles we see every day. DeltaWing LLC Indianapolis introduced this concept as a test-bed for technological advancement in the automotive industry, directed primarily at a younger group of enthusiasts.
The form of the vehicle is unlike anything we have seen on the road to date. The design follows an ultra slim front track contour, meant to reduce weight and diminish aerodynamic drag. Fairings for the Firestone Firehawk tires avert wheel interlocking. Airflow remains undisturbed even during high velocity laps on the track, producing efficient downforce with negligible wake to guarantee the smallest loss in aerodynamic potential. This allows the DeltaWing Indycar Concept to overtake another vehicle on track, if ever the driver finds himself trailing behind. The inverted aerofoil or spoiler is substituted with a prominent tail fin to increase YAW stability and eliminate drag while speeding through straight-aways on the racetrack.

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