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2019 Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Nurburgring Prototype Spied With Roll Cage

| Spy Photos | 2 hours ago

As you already know, the Aventador is a tough car in the case of a crash. This Aventador SVJ, however, is equipped with a roll cage. Based on the design of the frame and the Nurburgring record-smashing Huracan Performante, Lamborghini appears to gear up to set a blistering lap on the world’s most revered racing c…

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Audi mulls a subscription service

| Auto News | 14 hours ago

With BMW and Mercedes-Benz both announcing new pilots for their subscription services, we’re now waiting to hear if Audi is going to launch its own subscription service. Cadillac, Volvo and Porsche have already launched their subscription services and now Audi has hinted that it’s looking at introducing one as well. In a recent interview with […]

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Hot Rod Week To Wicked – STA-BIL Apache Fleetside – Day 5 Recap

| Video | 16 hours ago

What happens when two companies who are sharing milestone anniversaries and want to collaborate on a project? You get Hot Rod’s Week to Wicked build in conjunction with Sta-Bil Performance Chemicals. Follow along with us as we transform this old hauler into a mile-eating road-tripper. We will have daily updates, complete with photo galleries and build videos. #STABIL0to60

Day 5 Recap Article: https://bit.ly/2vvuWkC
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2019 Subaru Forester – INTERIOR

| Video | 19 hours ago

For 2019, all Foresters come standard with the award-winning EyeSight Driver Assist Technology. The top-of-line Touring debuts the segment-exclusive DriverFocus safety technology which offers yet another layer of safety and convenience for the driver. The system can alert the driver of fatigue or distraction while on the road as well as automatically adjust many driver settings at start-up.
all-new Forester will be available in standard, Premium, Limited, Touring and new Sport trim levels. All are powered by an enhanced direct-injection, 182 hp 2.5-liter four-cylinder BOXER engine featuring Auto Stop/Start and paired with a standard Lineartronic CVT (continuously variable transmission). Also standard on all trim levels is Subaru's legendary Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive.

Added Power and Efficiency
All Foresters are powered by a new version of the 2.5-liter SUBARU BOXER four-cylinder engine, now with direct fuel injection and higher compression, along with active valve control system (AVCS) on the exhaust side. The new engine produces 182 hp and 176 lb-ft of torque, versus 170 hp and 174 lb-ft in the previous Subaru Forester, for a boost in everyday performance and responsiveness.
The 2019 Forester comes standard with Lineartronic CVT. The new powertrain not only yields quicker acceleration than the previous Forester, but also up to 33 mpg highway fuel economy (manufacturer's estimate, pending EPA certification). On Sport and Touring variants, the CVT features a manual mode that simulates a seven-speed manual transmission, using steering wheel paddle shift control switches.
Adding more flexibility for driving conditions, is a standard driver-selectable SI-DRIVE. SI-DRIVE is a powertrain performance management system that allows the driver to tailor the vehicle's throttle characteristics by choosing between "Intelligent" and "Sport" modes (Sport Sharp on Forester Sport). "Intelligent" mode helps smooth out accelerator inputs for fuel saving, while "Sport" mode tunes the throttle to emphasize performance.

Subaru Safety Throughout
The Subaru Forester's new platform integrates the latest version of the Subaru ring-shaped reinforcement frame design, proven over nearly two decades to provide excellent occupant collision protection. All versions of the 2019 Forester come standard with EyeSight Driver Assist Technology that includes Automatic Pre-Collision Braking, Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Departure and Sway Warning, Lane Keep Assist, Pre-Collision Throttle Management and Lead Vehicle Start Alert.
Other available driver-assist technologies include Reverse Automatic Braking and Blind Spot Detection with Lane Change Assist and Rear Cross Traffic Alert. Reverse Automatic Braking can apply the vehicle's brakes if an obstacle is detected while reversing.
Forester Sport, Limited and Touring include High Beam Assist, and Limited and Touring also add Steering Responsive Headlights.
New for the 2019 Subaru Forester, the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) now displays pressure for individual tires. New standard Trailer Stability Assist (TSA) utilizes yaw sensors to monitor trailer sway and then can brake individual wheels to stabilize the vehicle and trailer.
A power locking fuel door is integrated into the new automatic power door lock/unlock system as standard. The system locks all doors, the rear gate and fuel door once the vehicle is driven over 13 mph, and the owner can set locking/unlocking preferences.

Segment First DriverFocus Safety Technology
With DriverFocus, Subaru is taking on one of the biggest issues in the automotive industry; distracted driving. Each day in the United States, more than 1,000 people are injured in crashes reported to have involved a distracted driver. As an industry leader in safety, Subaru has developed DriverFocus, a state-of-the-art system to help address distracted driving for both new and experienced drivers.
DriverFocus is a driver monitoring system that uses facial recognition software to identify signs of driver fatigue or driver distraction. 2019 Subaru Forester
DriverFocus is a driver monitoring system that uses facial recognition software to identify signs of driver fatigue or driver distraction. DriverFocus works with Subaru's award-winning EyeSight Driver Assist Technology to reduce the chance of an accident. And for added convenience, DriverFocus can also recognize up to five drivers and remember their presets for seat position, climate, multifunction display and more.
The all-new Subaru Forester is the first in its segment, and among the first vehicles in the industry to incorporate technology that can address the important societal issue of distracted driving. The feature will be standard on Touring models.


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Enigma. A Lean Cafe Racer.

| Moto News | 20 hours ago

With the resurgence of the Cafe Racer, some builders, rightly, try to make its shape evolve in many in different directions. First, contrary to what you may think, the platform used for this project is not a lightweigt Indian Scout but an Indian Chief Vintage. This lean Cafe Racer by German accessories company Detlev Louis […] cyrilhuzeblog.com

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