Wednesday, December 31, 2008
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Tuesday, December 2, 2008
Scion unveiled its Hako Coupe Concept vehicle at a press conference today at the New York International Auto Show.
Scion’s Hako Coupe was developed by Tokyo Design Division, which studied global, youth-inspired trends. Japanese and American youth cultures often influence each other and are interpreted with a unique twist. The Hako Coupe Concept was inspired by the iconic xB and the emergence of American vintage style among young Tokyo trendsetters.
“Scion’s Hako Coupe Concept embodies a distinct global perspective on today’s youth,” said Jack Hollis, Scion vice president. “This type of forward thinking complements the Scion philosophy of intently listening to our customers and being willing to take risks to help us see where our brand should be. We took the xB’s iconic boxy shape and explored something more vivacious, yet just as emotionally appealing. This concept is the sporty version of a box.”
Tokyo Design developed the Hako Coupe with classic American coupes in mind. The car’s geometric profile conveys a powerful stance in a compact and bold package. Its trapezoidal LED headlights lie parallel with a large and aggressive, rectangular upper grille. The lower rectangular grille anchors the front fascia and continues to communicate the Hako’s aggressive attitude. Round fog lights, symmetrically placed high on the front bumper, have integrated turn signals.
The Hako’s silhouette is accentuated by slim, race-car-inspired side mirrors that also feature integrated turn signals. Powerful, flared fenders add dimension and contrast to the concept’s boxy shape and smooth surface planes. The Hako concept hugs the road with custom 18-inch deep dish five-spoke wheels and tires with a “Scion” custom tread.
The Hako Coupe features a vertical windshield as the concept sits upright and ready to attack the road. A high linear beltline along with a blackened and chopped greenhouse seamlessly wrap around the rear to provide a mysterious profile. As an example of potential personalization, the concept is equipped with a flat, panorama roof that features a random, barcode-like pattern that can be seen on the exterior and from the interior.
The rear features LED taillights that echo the shape of the headlights. To complete the package, the rear bumper has an integrated fog and back up light on the left and exhaust on the right.
Inside, the Hako is accented with orange and metallic detailing that exudes a modern environment with entertainment possibilities. The front and rear seats are covered with urethane and rubber-like upholstery for easy cleaning. The contemporary front bucket seats flow to the floor and incorporate a geometric design on the seatback. The seats are separated by a center console that features a large storage crevice for storing magazines, cell phones, and other small items. Two cockpit-like rear seats also share a storage crevice.
The orange driver’s seat has a gaming theme. Instrumentation and warning lights cascade from the art inspired instrument panel to the steering wheel. The shifter, located on the center console, resembles a large joystick. On the steering wheel is a simple button to start the engine and a track-ball type control for the Hako’s entertainment system located on the passenger dash. The entertainment system consists of two video monitor screens mounted on the dash for radio, video, and music capabilities. Users can upload their videos and music through a Bluetooth® connection. The front passenger controls the system using a large rollerball mounted on the center of the dash. A black seat differentiates the front passenger area.
Video monitors located on each door and on each side of the rear seating area project distorted fish-eye images from orange filtered cameras mounted beneath the A-pillars. While the vehicle is parked the driver and passenger can edit the scenes captured by the cameras to show their friends where they have been and perhaps even post the clip online for others to see.
“As you know, polarizing style fits in well with our lineup,” said Hollis. “And of course we love a good box. We’ll listen to the feedback from this concept to help us determine how our brand could evolve and grow over the next five years.”
SCION HAKO COUPE CONCEPT VEHICLE PRELIMINARY SPECIFICATIONS
Overall Length: 145.7
Overall Width: 68.1 without side mirrors
74.0 including side mirrors
Overall Height: 57.5
Ground clearance: 4.0
Wheels: 18-inch alloy wheels
Tire Size: 225/45 R18
Seating Capacity: 4
Sunday, August 24, 2008
In Russia you even nowadays can meet very rare BMWs.
I like the one down there:
Rare Bugatti Found In A Barn:
I usually hear these "found in a barn" stories when it comes to art but it happens with rare cars too. A rare 1937 Bugatti Type 57S Atalante was found in the barn of Dr. Harold Carr. The car is one of a limited run of 17 examples, and a quarter of them are housed in a museum in rural France. This one went missing half a century ago before ending up in Dr. Carr's garage. The car will be auctioned off in Paris on February 7 as part of the Bonhams Retromobile sale. The estimated value has been listed as high as £6 million (about $8.8 million). The car has an odometer reading of just 26,284. Since it has been garaged for so long it is in need of some restoration but it will be a true find for a lucky collector.
Mercedes 300 Pope:
Friday, August 22, 2008
This unique car was first shown to the public in 2008 at the exhibition “Mondial de l’Automobile”. This isn’t the first electric car of the French company Venturi – in 2004 the company introduced the concept of auto Fetish. Venturi Volage – is not just another concept car with a beautiful design. This is totally new vision of the car of the future.
Together with “Michelin” in this 2-seater roadster was used innovative technologies “Michelin Active Wheel”. This technology provides for the absence of the basic engine as is common in all cars, but the presence of two electric motors in each of the four wheels. An electric motor at each wheel is responsible for the movement of the car, the second provides a suspension. “Michelin Active Wheel” allows you to get a very light (1100 kg) wheel drive vehicle with an automatic adjustable suspension and high speed characteristics (acceleration to 100 km/h – in less than 5 seconds!). The absence of the engine itself allowed to radically revise the vision of design. As chief designer “Venturi” Sacha Lakic confessed “The engines in the wheel, gave me the opportunity to make a very particular design. I used this technology to justify the styling, but also, one could say the opposite is true.”
How the new approach in the development of cars pay off remains to be seen. Small-scale production Venturi Volage is planned in 2012. At the moment the car is being tested and finalized.
Wednesday, January 30, 2008
FRANKFURT, Germany - Automaker BMW AG said Wednesday its 2007 sales soared more than 14 per cent as buyers flocked to its mix of BMW sedans, sporty Mini and luxury Rolls-Royce cars and said it's on track for higher sales this year.
The Munich-based automaker, which is the top seller among premium car manufacturers, said sales rose to 56 billion euros (US$82.73 billion) compared with 48.9 billion euros in 2006, beating the 55 million euros that analysts in a poll had expected.
The bulk of the increase came from its automobile segment, which rose 13 per cent to 53.8 billion euros ($79.48 billion), compared with 47.7 billion euros a year earlier. Sales of its motorcycles decreased by nearly three per cent.
The company did not break down its sales figures for the fourth quarter.
"We expect a new record sales volume figure in 2008, with stronger growth in the first half of the year and more moderate growth in the second," CEO Norbert Reithofer said.
Shares of BMW were up more than 1.9 per cent to 38.16 euros ($56.37) after the results were announced.
By brand, the company's BMW sales rose to nearly 1.3 million cars, compared with nearly 1.2 million in 2006, in part because of demand for its 3-Series, which features touring, coupe and cabriolet versions, the 7-Series and Z4 sports cars.
The company's Mini unit saw sales rise by 18.5 per cent to 222,875 cars sold, compared with 188,077 in 2006.
BMW said the United States remained its single biggest market for its BMW and Mini cars, with combined sales up 7.1 per cent to 335,840 in 2007. Its home market, Germany, was second, with 284,523 cars sold last year.
The company's ultra-luxury Rolls-Royce brand reported a sales increase of 25.5 per cent with 1,010 cars sold compared to 805 in 2006. It was the first time that Rolls-Royce sales reached the four-digit range.
BMW said its motorcycle sales increased by 2.4 per cent to 102,467 sold, but revenue on those sales slipped 2.9 per cent to 1.22 billion euros ($1.8 billion) from 1.26 billion euros.
Monday, January 28, 2008
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Wednesday, January 23, 2008
Our tech guru returns from the Detroit front lines unimpressed. Here's his takeaway on what small biz can learn from big biz's mistakes.
DETROIT (FORTUNE Small Business) -- If I had my druthers, I'd rather learn from someone else's screw-ups than face another of my own bone-headed business blunders. So I was all eyes and ears here at the North American International Auto Show, which opened to the public over the weekend after several days of press previews and glitzy industry events. If ever there were a poster child for how a small business should not play the innovation game, it's here at this massive shrine to All Things Automotive.
Traditionally I've been bullish about emerging technology in cars. Automotive audio, video and navigation are not subject to the limits of battery power, infrastructure and consumer indifference that stymie the rollout of new products like digital televisions and video-over-cellular services. In cars, new technology works. Consumers see the value, and they are willing to pay.
But that is the after-market. At the automotive mothership that is the factory production line, the tech news is far grimmer. Carmakers play the role of innovators - there is much talk here about new power plants and improved navigation and multimedia - but from a technological perspective, it's mostly smoke and mirrors. Today's cars sport cool gadgets and spiffy bodies, but inside they have the same old internally combusted engines and roll on the same old rubber tires.
The good news for small business is that the auto industry's sometimes feeble attempts to innovate offer a rare learning opportunity for the rest of us. Here is what I learned at the show:
I have covered, purchased and wrestled with developing technology - much of it vaporware - for decades. And I can say with confidence that the auto industry takes the prize for talking up stuff that's just not there.
Rick Wagoner, chairman and CEO of General Motors (GM, Fortune 500), showed off a slick techno Cadillac at the recent International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and talked up the cool new technology coming down in cars. I took him at his word - hey, if a car guy can talk tech, then a tech guy can talk cars - and hopped a plane to Detroit.
But the techno-reality here from GM and other manufacturers is less than dazzling: I saw a couple of Ford (F, Fortune 500) models with voice-control using technology developed with Microsoft (MSFT, Fortune 500); some Chryslers with a couple of kids' video channels piped in using the new video service from Sirius Satellite Radio (SIRI), some Cadillacs and Minis with hard drives and Bluetooth connectivity, and "hybrid" drives - basically banks of batteries - that add a few miles per gallon of fuel efficiency.
But those are mere blips of innovation among hundreds of cars that are exactly like millions of cars already on the road. Hardly the American Technological Revolution Wagoner touted in Vegas - and enough to make me feel worse about GM and the auto industry's chances than had I not even come.
To me, this is a stone-cold reminder to not over-promise. Sure, like Rick, I'm tempted to exaggerate my shop's capabilities in order to drive business in tough times. But in the end, it's a mistake. I'll almost always look like a dope.
Partner with innovators
The lack of support for innovative small companies looking to amp up the auto industry is downright shocking to a technologist used to covering companies that must innovate to stay alive.
Even the smartest tech companies - Google (GOOG, Fortune 500), IBM (IBM, Fortune 500), Microsoft, and the rest - have active acquisitions groups that constantly gobble up new companies simply for their ideas. But the auto industry can't seem to get the hang of this basic techno-play.
Take a start-up out of Bellevue, Wash.: AFS Trinity Power Corporation. The company has developed a technology that powers most any car to a 150-mile-per-gallon range, with a 0-to-60 performance that is faster than some Porsches. Better yet, the AFS product is built from off-the-shelf technology, so nothing new need be developed.
How has the auto industry rewarded such innovation? By ignoring it.
AFS Trinity could not sell the idea as an idea. So it built a working prototype on its own dime, tested it and brought it to this show - and it still cannot get a deal done with a standing carmaker.
"We have had some very interesting inquires," says Edward Furia, the company's CEO. "But no deal at this point."
It makes me wonder: Where are the Ed Furias in my new-media business? Am I dealing with the best possible partners? Am I making innovation my friend or shunning the unknown - and possibly revolutionary - as an enemy?
Take the Feds' free lunch
The consumer electronics industry has never been shy about taking what the public sector develops and making a killing off it. Steve Jobs, for example, got the silicon chips for that first Apple (AAPL, Fortune 500) computer from the SoCal defense industry.
But the car industry hasn't mastered the techno-baton handoff. The 2007 Urban Challenge - sponsored by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, GM and Carnegie Mellon - awarded $2 million for making a driverless Chevy Tahoe that navigated a 60-mile course around a mock city. Love it. The winning car was here in its full robotic glory, and GM was proudly placing the technology into a concept car.
But guess how long the floor rep said it would take to get some of this technology - remote sensing, fuel management, inter-vehicle communications - into a real market?
Five years, maybe longer. That's an eternity in tech time.
And there I was again, checking my own list of brainiacs. Do I have the best relationships with my New York schools? Am I using common public resources to boost my bottom line? Yes, sometimes I dream up cool stuff - but so do other people, some of whom are close by and dying to share their ideas. Do I know who they are?
In the end, the take-away for small business is simple: If you play the innovation game they way these car guys do - talk too much, do too little, and be unprepared to incorporate the new developments around you - your prospects will diminish even as the technological capacity around you flourishes.
The good news is that few of us on Planet Small Biz have the auto industry's enormous infrastructure, thorny union relations, and cherished institutional legacies weighing us down.
The better news is that we can watch how a once-great American industry responds to inevitable change. And we can choose to do it better.
Putting the zoom into electric cars: FSB's gallery of hot new models
Tuesday, January 8, 2008
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