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Chevrolet Cruze Engine Car

Chevrolet Cruze Engine Car
Chevrolet Cruze engine provides 4 options. Gasoline four-cylinder 1600 cc and 1800 cc with Double Variable Valve Timing Continuosly Technology (DCVVTT) – Double Continuous Variable Cam phasing (DCVCP); 1400 cc four-cylinder petrol with petrol turbocharged four-cylinder 2400 cc with Variable Valve Timing and Direct Injection Technology – Direct Injection Spark Ignition (Sidi) and 2000 cc turbocharged with Common Rail Diesel Injection Technology.

However, from the four choices GMAI machine will first introduce and market the Chevrolet Cruze in Indonesia with a choice of petrol engines with a capacity of 1800 cc choice of five-speed manual transmission and a six-speed automatic.

With all the advantages Cruze in particular are not owned by a competitor in its class such as Double Continuous Variable Cam phasing (DCVCP), Cruise Control, ESP (Electronic Stability Program), Traction Control, six-speed automatic transmission, display Infortainment, Rain Sensor, Automatic Headlamp with Tunnel Detection, Follow Me Home and Welcome Light) and many more. GMAI optimistic Chevrolet Cruze will be well received by the market.

Chevrolet Cruze has a safety test of 5 stars (Crash Test) from EURO NCAP, Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP), 5 stars from the Chinese New Car Assessment Program (C-NCAP) and the Korean New Car Assessment Program (KNCAP).

Cruze sales achievements throughout the world have fantastic figures incised in the mid-class sedan that is, 128,485 units, up to December 2009. Chevy Cruze dibandrol began USD 309 million for the lowest variant.

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Grand Livina 1.5 manual

Grand Livina 1.5 manual
Nissan Grand Livina 1.5 Manual for Rp. 164.5 million on the road in Jakarta. The new Nissan Livina became available on Friday, November 6 tomorrow.

The lowest variant of the Nissan Grand Livina still have 7-passenger capacity. With the presence of Grand Livina 1.5 manual, Nissan Livina has a full variant, starting from the top grade with the most complete and most luxurious features, until the variant with a more affordable price but still with the comfort, luxury and the use of efficient fuel.

Machines used Grand Livina 1.5 Manual is a 1.5 litre capacity HR15DE technology has CVTC (Continuously Variable-valve Timing Control) which regulates the engine to increase power and torque (the torque) is efficient in every machine cycle. The fuel used is gasoline, with fuel consumption rate is relatively efficient.

Toyota Corolla Altis 2.0

Toyota Corolla Altis 2.0

Toyota Corolla Generation to G-10 type is called a new facelift. For, no change in light of the previous model as the highest variants, that is the Corolla Altis 1.8 V.

From the exterior, the design of gril is more sporty, hive model. Then, on the front bumper and there is spoiler at back, the addition of side skirt, and wings ducks (rear spoiler).

The new generation engine GTi
Altis 2.0 V take something new. there are new things in five sections.

Altis 2.0. 3ZR-FE engine with 1897 cc is equipped with Dual VVT-i (Variable Valve Timing-intelligent). The technology produce a high performance engine, without reducing the efficiency of fuel and still produce a clean emission.

Altis 2.0 is 152 in 5600 dk torsi rpm and 21.2 kgm at 4400 rpm.

Luxury elements, such as smart entry & start system, auto rain sensor, HID with manual leveling, and so automatic wiper rain. Unless the design of the handlebar crossbar four models in 3 spoke leather equipped with Audio & MID switch and cruise control buttons.

Price Rp 372,500,000

Toyota Yaris 2009

(picture from detik)

Jakarta – PT. Toyota Astra Motor (TAM) plans to launch the latest variants of the car in the City Car class, namely Toyota Yaris in early 2009.

The latest products from the Japanese manufacturer, will be told to touch some (minor changes) in the body and engine still apply the length of the famous engine sparingly.

And according to the leak of the Toyota, Yaris will be the latest to appear to meet the desires of consumers want to have the car.

Previous exterior design of the Yaris and stylishly sporty typical young children make the Yaris hatchback vehicle in accordance with the guidance lifestyle young consumers. Design up to date with a roomy cabin and comfortable.

Toyota Yaris 1500 cc engine using 1NZ FE-built DOHC 16 Valve VVT-I (Variable Valve Timing intelligent), which is used Yaris engine with high performance but still economical and produce environmentally friendly emissions.

Lamborghini Diablo 1999-2001 Models

Diablo VT and VT Roadster
The second version of the VT coup? and roadster added mostly cosmetic and styling changes. The cars now featured the SV’s exposed headlamps (Borrowed from the Nissan 300zx 1990-96, and Used under licence) , new wheels and a newly redesigned dashboard. On the mechanical side, larger brakes, the addition of ABS brakes and a new variable valve timing system on the 5.7-litre V12 were the only mechanical updates. Power output increased to 530 hp (395 kW), The standard 0-100 km/h time was 3.8 seconds but if you rev up to 6000 rpm and sidestep the clutch you can launch it in 3.6 seconds. Despite the money Lamborghini had spent making the updates, the “Version 2” VTs were discontinued after only one year of production.

Diablo SV
Just like the updated versions of the VT coup? and roadster, the 1999 model year SV’s changes were primarily limited to cosmetics. It received slight bodywork updates (keeping the exposed headlamps), new wheels and larger brakes in addition to the new VVT-equipped, 530 hp (395 kW) engine. The 1999 Diablos also gained a new dashboard. Instead of the traditional flat dashboard with a separate upright instrument binnacle, as on so many Italian sports cars, the new dash was of a more fluid, wave shaped design. A thin strip of black glass runs the length of the dash, and instruments lights such as main beam, headlight operation and low fuel warning appear within this strip. The concept was inspired by Bang & Olufsen Hi-Fi products.

Otherwise, the 1999 Diablo remained fundamentally unchanged. Like the updated VT, it was produced only as a production model for the 1999 model year. A limited edition 2000 model was produced, available only in metallic silver – most of these cars are in the United States.

Diablo GT

Diablo GTMain article: Lamborghini Diablo GT
As much as the SV (Sport Veloce) was already a near race-ready version of the Diablo, the limited run GT model went even further in the same direction. It boasted a modified version of the V12 engine, bored out to 6.0 litres and producing 575 hp (430 kW), while enlarged brakes, an improved and lower-riding suspension and owner-specific gearing were other mechanical changes. More aggressive bodywork with flared fenders and wider wheels were introduced. Only 80 units were produced in total and the vehicle was only officially sold in Europe.

Diablo GT
Diablo GTR
After campaigning the Diablo SV-R for four years in the Diablo Supertrophy Lamborghini launched a completely new car for the 2000 season. This Diablo GTR is a modified version of the 6 litre GT version of the Diablo launched in 1999. In comparison with the Diablo GT, GTR most important features are a modified chassis frame with integrated roll bar, improved suspensions, central fixing nut for the rims, race braking system, additional radiators for transmission oil cooling, very high performance rear wing (directly bolted to the chassis), simplified interiors and weight reduction. The engine is basically the same V12, 6 litre, of the Diablo GT which thanks to the adoption of a specially tuned exhaust system, without catalyser, delivers 590 hp (575 in the GT model).

The engine management system is based on the proprietary Lamborghini LIE electronic engine control system tuned for racing. Fuel injection is sequential multipoint and ignition is static with individual coils. Lamborghini Data Acquisition System, LDAS, and diagnostic functions are integrated in the engine electronic management system.

For the engine cooling, two water radiators in parallel are side mounted to the engine and an engine oil cooler is front mounted as in the Diablo GT. Additional coolers for gearbox and differential oil are installed in order to better match the racing overloads.

The transmission is on the rear wheels through a Lamborghini 5 speed gearbox with one basic gear ratio option and an alternative option for a shorter 5th gear ratio. The gear box lever is in an asymmetric position on the central tunnel in order to be closer to the steering wheel, for better control. The steering system is power assisted.

The tubular chassis frame integrates the roll bar and is directly connected to the rear wing. The front suspension is modified for racing. Shock absorbers and anti-roll bars are adjustable. The rims are lightweight magnesium alloy with central fixing nut and they accept racing type tyres. A special racing fuel tank with fast filling system has been installed. The braking system is based on the Diablo GT high performance module. New racing brake calipers have been adopted to better match the very severe racing conditions.

Most of the body is carbon fibre made, except for the roof, which is made of steel for torsional rigidity, while the doors are made of aluminium, for safety reasons.

The cockpit fittings are simplified to meet racing requirements. The driver seat has been moved towards the longitudinal axle of the car, reducing the size of the central tunnel, to ensure a better driving position. Racing switches for ignition and for other functions have been adopted instead of the series push buttons. The fire extinguisher system is installed on the right side of the cockpit with activating switch on the tunnel. The driver’s seat is of racing type with a six-point safety belt and the steering wheel is also racing type.

A production run of 30 cars was planned at the launch of the car at the 1999 Bologna Motorshow, but at the end of the run 40 cars were built.

Diablo VT 6.0
After Audi AG took over Lamborghini from its former South East Asian owners in 1998, Mycom and VPower, they set out to make major revisions to the Diablo so that it could continue to provide revenue while its replacement was developed. The VT 6.0 was their first (and last) truly intensive redesign of the car, meaning that it was more than just a cosmetic update to the existing model. Heavy styling changes both inside and out were made; the front bumper, air intakes and nose as well as the entire dashboard, seats and switchgear were changed and improved. Displacing 6.0 litres and based on the motor that powered the Diablo GT, which in itself was essentially a modified version of the 5.7, the motor had updated ECU software in addition to new intake and exhaust systems and a refined variable valve timing system with slightly less aggressive camshafts than had been used in the earlier versions.