This is actually pretty cool. According to an Australian TV channel, there is, per month, 3 or 4 incidents with trucks trying to enter tunnels which are too high to them, causing several serious accidents. To avoid that, those responsible for the tunnels of Sydney, created a system in which an image of a stop sign is reflected in a water curtain when drivers ignore all other warnings. See it below.
18 de maio de 2013
16 de maio de 2013
A few months after the presentation of the Holden Commodore VF Series (known as the Chevrolet SS in the U.S.A.), which includes a sedan, a station wagon and a sort of pickup (ute), we now have the introduction of the more powerful versions of these cars, known as Gen-F, brought to us by HSV (Holden Special Vehicles). The "aussies" have gone mad.
18 de abril de 2013
Volvo introduced the S60 Polestar for quite some time but never said anything about whether or not it would be produced. Today the story is a little different. The Swedish company announced they are going to produce this car in an undisclosed number of units for the Australian market.
16 de fevereiro de 2013
Externally the only difference from the Holden Commodore SS V VF is the different logo on the front and the back, besides the new paint and wheels, but what is worth mentioning is that it is the first Chevrolet V8 rear-drive performance sedan in 17 years.
15 de fevereiro de 2013
Recently the Australian company revealed the first car from the VF Commodore Series, the Calais V, and soon enough they showed us the more sporty VF SS V, that for now is only a show car but promises to "to seriously challenge any large performance sedan on the planet".
10 de fevereiro de 2013
Holden is really going crazy over this new Commodore, calling it the best Commodore ever, that is also safer, more user-friendly and more fuel efficient. But what bothers me is that it looks like an Opel even if they say they "raised the bar". Richard Ferlazzo Holden Chief Designer (Creative Design) even said they took "a great existing form and brought it up to another level,”