Top 10 Ridiculous Car Spoilers

April 19, 2013 by  
Filed under Funny, Lifestyle

Spoilers function by disrupting airflow passing over and around a moving vehicle. This diffusion is accomplished by increasing amounts of turbulence flowing over the shape, “spoiling” the laminar flow and providing a cushion for the laminar boundary layer. Often spoilers are added solely for appearance with no thought towards practical purpose…

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Top 30 Weirdest Cars Ever Made

April 15, 2013 by  
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Most of us have very usual cars – maybe an old VW, or a red fancy Ferrari. Our roads are full of those, but they rarely catch our attention. While VW can mean, that you have some financial problems, Ferrari shows that you are a rich lucky b*stard. But in the end, you still get lost in the ocean of similar cars.

However, if you really want to stand out of the crowd, and show not only your financial status, but also your personality – what you need is something that cannot be found in any auto store. Something crazy, strange and absolutely unique.

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The Chinese Automakers Prefer to Copy Everything

Various Chinese automakers did one amazing marketing trick. As they wanted to improve their automobile industry many Chinese automakers introducing techniques developed in brands from America, Europe and other parts of Asia. But Chinese products aren’t just copies, they are almost the same cars! They are simply complete knock-down kits reassembled in China and they just change a few cosmetic things! Incredible! Try to find the differences between car model photos!

Dadi Shuttle as Toyota Prado

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Chery QQ as Daewoo Matiz

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Landwind as Opel (Vauxhall) Frontera

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Laibao SRV as Honda CRV

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Geely Merrie 300 as Mercedes C

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Hongqi HQD as Rolls-Royce Phantom

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Greatwall Sing as Nissan XTrail

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Chinese Smart as Smart

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BYD F6 as BMW 7

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Geely Logo as Toyota Logo

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BMW 7 vs BYD F6

The Tightest Parallel Parking – Guinness World Record of 27 cm

August 26, 2010 by  
Filed under Funny, News

You think you’re a pretty awesome at parallel parking, don’t you? Well we all do really, it’s in the blood, but now one kiwi male can actually lay legitimate claim to being the world’s best at parallel parking.

Local hero Peter Bell has parked a Toyota Corolla in a space that’s just 27 cm longer than the car, on the set of the NZ Smashes Guinness World Records TV show at the North Harbour Stadium in Auckland. He didn’t just back it in nice and gentle either, Bell ripped up the handbrake and put the Corolla into a 180-degree spin into the park in one tidy piece of work.

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The previous record for the tightest parallel parking was held by the Chinese and it was set at 32 cm, which represents the space remaining between the parked car, and the two vehicles in the front and at the rear. Bell’s first attempt took him to a new tightest parallel parking world record of 31 cm. The following attempts got him even further setting the new Guinness World Record of 27 cm.

Watch the video below to see the record breaking parking and to see the show’s host Mark Ellis almost wet himself with fake excitement.

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