Green E Line Skoda Concept Car

 Green E Line Skoda Concept Car
Mobility for people and clean cars for the environment - these are Škoda's commitments. Mobility without emissions is the future. "The Skoda Octavia Green E Line embodies the values of the brand absolutely perfectly - the vehicle combines the desire for individual mobility with our environmental goals", said Škoda Auto BOD Chairman Prof. Dr. Winfried Vahland.
The Green E Line concept is based on the Škoda Octavia Combi. With its modular chassis design, this series-production car is the ideal option in terms of arranging the batteries, electronic control units and the electric engine with its constant power of 60 kW and max. power of 85 kW. Available right after the start (as is typical of this type of drive), the maximum torque of 270 Nm gives the car enough power for sharp acceleration and a good amount of agility and responsiveness, which the driver will appreciate mainly in busy city traffic. The OSkoda ctavia Green E Line Concept accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just twelve seconds, and the car's maximum speed is limited to 135 km/h.
  Green E Line Skoda Concept Car - Angle
The electricity for the Skoda Octavia Green E Line Concept is supplied by a modern lithium-ion battery. With a range-per-charge of 140 kilometres, the Škoda Octavia Green E Line comfortably meets the requirements of most everyday commuters in Europe. Located under the middle and rear parts of the floor and extending partly into the luggage compartment, the 26.5 kWh battery is made up of 180 lithium-ion cells (diameter 150 mm, length 650 mm) and weighs about 315 kilograms. However, the battery has almost no impact on the volume of the passenger and luggage compartments. The Skoda Octavia Green E Line Concept is fitted with five comfortable seats, and its passenger compartment is identical with that of the Octavia Combi with a combustion engine.
With smart dashboard indicators, the driver of the Skoda Octavia Green E Line always stays in control. The computer screen provides continuous information including instant output, power consumption, battery charge and the remaining range. The navigation display describes the energy flow, i.e., informs the driver that the electric engine is being supplied with electricity or, on the contrary, that it is generating electricity as the car decelerates or goes downhill.
  Green E Line Skoda Concept Car - Dash
The look of the Škoda Octavia Green E Line Concept conveys the environmental-friendliness of its electric drive. Pearl-white exterior colour and elegant chrome-trim on both the front and rear of the vehicle as well as on the wheels create an impressive contrast with the glossy black roof with integrated energy-generating photovoltaic panels.
Škoda Auto is planning to create a test fleet of Octavias Green E Line in 2011 with the objective of obtaining additional information relevant to the further development of the electric drive.

Mantide Bertone Concept Car

 Mantide Bertone Concept Car
The Bertone Mantide Concept Car which codenamed "Project M" was created by a team led by former Pininfarina designer Jason Castriota, who joined Stile Bertone on December 2008. The aerodynamic design of Bertone Mantide Concept Car is based on the 2009 Corvette ZR1 and futuristic design inspired by the aerospace and Formula One worlds.
Mantide also boasts cutting edge aerodynamic performance fine-tuned in an advanced full scale wind tunnel. Features include a Le Mans prototype-derived flat floor and diffuser as well as "flying buttresses" which help to increase aero efficiency, guarantee a lower drag coefficient and greater levels of down force. 
  Mantide Bertone Concept Car
The final aerodynamic results are class leading, with drag reduced by 25% (Cd 0.298) and a 30% improvement in down force. The Mantide not only delivers greater speed and stability, but also more efficiency and therefore lower fuel consumption.
The Mantide promises even greater performance than the ZR1, due to significant weight savings and its highly advanced aerodynamics. Using carbon fibre for all body panels, interior trim, seats and even the wheels, the overall vehicle weight has been reduced by 100 kilos. 
  Mantide Bertone Concept Car
The main performances are a 0-100 km/h acceleration in 3.2 sconds and a top speed of 351 km/h. Many details about the development of the concept car are available in the "Inside Project M" video series. The strictly two-seat interior of the Bertone Mantide Concept Car features an FIA compliant triangulated roll cage, lightweight carbon fibre racing seats and four-point racing harnesses.

Xenatec Coupé 2010 Maybach a big and luxurious coupé

 Maybach Xenatec Coupé 2010
Built by the Karosserie Manufaktur Weinsberg – a division of Xenatec Group – in cooperation with Maybach, the Xenatec is pleased to announce the launch of Maybach Xenatec Coupé, based on the Maybach 57S.
Created in 2002, the Maybach is undoubtedly one of the finest cars ever built. A powerful combination of state of the art technology, superior driving performance and opulent use of the finest materials places the Maybach in a league of its own.
The Maybach Xenatec Coupé was designed by Fredrik Burchhardt, creator of the dramatic Exelero (a joint Fulda Tyre Company/Maybach project in 2004-2005), to surpass the highest expectations – fulfilling the needs of those who prefer to savour the Maybach experience from the driver’s seat, enjoying the thrill of being at the helm of a high-performance flagship for the discerning connoisseur. A technical masterpiece offering uncompromised comfort together with ample space and superior agility.
 Maybach Xenatec Coupé 2010 - Angle
The car's performance and wheelbase are left untouched, but the rest of the car is essentially completely new, inside and out. The B-pillar is moved back 8 inches, while the A- and C-pillars are reshaped to meet the coupe profile. The doors, side panels, bumpers, and front and rear fenders are all custom-made for the XENATEC Coupe. The rear fenders are 20mm wider to allow for a bit more tire, while 20- or 21-inch wheels can be specified at all four corners. Customers can choose from a two-tone or single-color exterior paint finish.
The windscreen and rear screen are more steeply raked for a sporty silhouette, lowering the roofline without compromising passenger comfort. A full glass roof can be fitted if desired, as can almost all other options available for the Maybach 57S.
 Maybach Xenatec Coupé 2010 - Interior
Based upon the Maybach 57S limousine, this dynamic interpretation of driver-oriented luxury sets new standards in terms of exclusivity – a very limited number of the Xenatec Coupé will be built by hand in Germany for discerning clients worldwide, and will be offered at an ex-works price of € 675,000 excluding taxes.

Energo Racer By Paul Hanna Concept Car

 

Energo Racer By Paul Hanna Concept Car

Inspired by the nature, mainly marine animals and the way their efficient bodies cut through the water, designer Paul Hanna has come up with a vehicle concept cars named the “Energo Racer” to take the rider on a wonder ride. Energo Racer Concept Car - Energo Racer By Paul Hanna – One more interesting feature is that the car can be molded to be powered by different alternative fuels or power sources such as hydrogen, solar and electric power.
Energo Racer Concept Car - Energo Racer By Paul Hanna, is 22 feet long and 8 feet wide, the racer can be molded to run on a number of alternative fuels or power sources, including hydrogen, solar and electric, with ease.
Energo Racer Concept Car - Energo Racer By Paul Hanna, featuring an aerodynamic body to minimize air resistance, the futuristic vehicle removes the engine for a free flowing form to set new records in speed.