Thursday, March 7, 2013





In this scenario where Automobile giants are trying there best to realm between cars and motorbikes, Toyota sees the potential market in city only personal vehicle and comes up with a concept known as i-ROAD



  • Futuristic corner leaning mechanism, which  adjusts according to the required angle.

  • Its an electric three wheeler which can run upto 30miles with on charge.

  • Its an environmental friendly vehicle with almost zero emission.




Saturday, January 26, 2013

BMW i3



All new


BMW i3

                                 A megacity vehicle


  • The BMW i3 Concept with eDrive is an uncompromisingly sustainable vehicle designed for urban areas.

  • Driven purely by electric power and purpose-built to meet the demands of sustainable and emission-free mobility.

  •  It embodies an intelligent form of urban transportation and commuting.

  • When it comes to reinventing mobility, BMW i goes beyond principles of eco-minded and agile driving.

  •  The all-electric BMW i3 Concept Coupe is the latest beautifully-designed take on the upcoming megacity vehicle, setting a new standard for sustainable design and electric driving pleasure.





HONDA evils

 A all new


GEAR concept



HONDA Canada provided the world with the first look an ambitious project known

as the GEAR concept study model

-The vehicle demonstrates the company innovative approach to provides all automobile answers to the

  •  youth

  • urban

  • Gen-Y lifestyle

Inspired by the fixed gear bicycle's



GEAR provides a all new way of looking at the sub-compact vehicles

It is simple utilitarian customizable and fashionable which is its outlining usp.  



Monday, November 19, 2012

Thursday, November 1, 2012


TOYOTA presents


  • A hybrid concept that gets 134.5 mpg, that is approximately 57 kilometre per litre.
  • The FT-Bh's power comes from a 1-liter, two-cylinder engine -- a smaller mill than what you find in large motorcycles.
  • It is an ultra-light concept, weighing less than 800kg, which demonstrates what can be achieved in terms of fuel consumption and CO2 emissions in an affordable family supermini.


  • “Ecomotion” was the theme for styling FT-Bh, with its shape demonstrating a new approach to bodywork design. 

  • Key panels, such as the roof, are formed to represent the way fabric can be stretched taut between fastening points, to reflect their ultra-light weight.
  • The front end of the car broadcastsToyota’s current design language with its large lower grille, together with a sculpted bonnet and headlamps that are integrated into the front wings.
  • Ultra-slim A and C-pillars maximise the glazed area for better visibility and a greater sense of space in the cabin.
  • The way in which the cabin merges seamlessly into the rear of the vehicle, with an uplifted rear bumper and chevron-shaped corner elements, helps achieve the best possible aerodynamic performance and deliver a drag coefficient of just 0.235.

Making its debut at the Geneva motor show


  • The stretched fabric-look carries through to the minimalist interior, with a concave centre console creating a driver-focused cockpit, while maintaining the overall feeling of light and space.