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Mazda3 hatchback turned into a musical instrument courtesy Mogees device

Mazda3 Mogees device

The all new Mazda3 sports hatchback car

The all new Mazda3 is an ear-pleasing instrument too. Yes, if you go by the intuitive commercial produced for this sports hatchback car. Mazda teamed-up with Mogees to make the commercial that shows this all new car being used as an electronic musical instrument. They used an app and electronic Mogees device the collaborated team managed to turn every part of the car into musical melody, a 5 piece percussion band to be precise. The device captures vibration of the sound produced whenever someone taps the exterior of the car.
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Chinese veteran makes world’s smallest drivable car

Xu Zhiyun invents worlds smallest car

To combat the crowded streets of Shanghai, a 60 year old Chinese inventor Xu Zhiyun has invented the world’s smallest drivable car. The car has been in the making for two years and comes with engine, brake lights, hear system, horn and sound system to complement its miniature build. It cost Xu just £155 ($243 USD) to complete this mini car which is quite economical. The car measures just 60cm in length, 35cm in width and 40cm in height.
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SYPNATIQ – Wearable concept car that morphs into three different forms

Infiniti enters "SYNAPTIQ" in 11th Annual Los Angeles Auto Show

For this year’s LA Auto Show Design Challenge based on the theme “Sensing the Future: How will Cars Interact with us in 2029?” one entry that outshined is the humanoid pod by Infiniti Design called SYNAPTIQ. This HMI (Human-machine interface) concept for the year 2029 can morph into three different vehicles: F1 like circuit racing car, buggy styled off-roading vehicle and a flying jet!

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Wooden Bugatti Veyron is one eye-candy replica of the supercar

Wooden Bugatti Veyron

When we talk about supercars, one name that stacks up on top of the list is Bugatti Veyron. Unfortunately, many want it in their garage, but only a few can own it owing to the staggering price range that can only be suited to a selected few. However, on the other side of the coin, you can have some consolation by getting your own wooden replica 1:1 scale model made by skillful carpenters from Kemiri, Mojosongo Village, Boyolali Regency, Central Java, Indonesia.
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Warplane like homemade car built by veteran military adjutant

Warplane like car by Ali Faikh

Ali Faikh from the southern Lebanese village of Kfar Tebnit, near the city of Nabatiyeh has made a road-legal three wheeled car which looks like French Mirage warplane. Faikh is a retired first adjutant with the military and has made this unique looking car in his home, working for 4 hours every day over a period of 4 months. The plane like car is made from a 250cc motorbike engine that sits on a metal structure that is made complete with wings that are joined to the main body using a technique used to assemble outer structure of commercial and warplanes.
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World’s most expensive car + World’s most expensive polish = Awesomeness

Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse

Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse is undoubtedly one of the most exotic car that one would want to have in their garage. The trick is, only a few can have that privilege as it carries a hefty price tag of £2.1million. Now a four wheeler of that stature requires the most expansive care and for this very reason Jack Barclay showroom in Mayfair, West London decided to hire personnel from Topaz Dealing to embellish the carbon fiber and polished aluminum body a new look. For this they closely examined the car’s paint job with a microscope to detect even the tiniest of imperfections.
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New Volvo XC90 will be coming with Thor’s Hammer shaped headlights

Volvo 2015 XC90

Volvo has released some additional details on their upcoming XC90 model which will be launched in Stockholm in two weeks’ time. The carmaker has revealed latest images of front end of the car. T-shaped LED running lights is the talking point here, which have been christened “Thor’s Hammer” by the design team. Promoted as world’s first no-compromise SUV, the new XC90 is developed on the Volvo’s Scalable Product Architecture (SPA) modular chassis technology.
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Sunswift eVe can become world’s first street-legal solar-powered car

Sunswift eVe solar-powered car

The Sunswift eVe that made its debut at the biannual World Solar Challenge last year is all set to become the world’s first street-legal solar-powered car. Built by students of Australia’s University of New South Wales, the solar powered car will reign as the fastest electric car to cover 500 kilometers (310 miles) once it gets certified. The Sunswift team also had built a model earlier that holds the title of fastest solar-powered vehicle with an average speed of 55 mph.
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Polaris Slingshot three-wheel roadster infuses adrenalin shot of thrill on open roads

Polaris Slingshot trike

Polaris Slingshot three-wheel trike

Step over powerful sportscars and exotic sedans because Polaris Slingshot three-wheel roadster is here to rock the asphalt. This trike has a swapped front and rear-end, meaning that rather than having two wheels at the back it has two wheels at the front and one at the back. Polaris Slingshot is a two-seater vehicle like none before and it surely is all set to put the tarmac on burning fire. Designed to give riders the adrenaline shot of their life, this open roof roadster is powerhouse on stable body frame that lets you push the envelope of speed even on tight corners. Apparently Polaris, Minnesota-based ATV and snow-mobile maker revealed Slingshot this week in the United States and Canada to celebrate their 60 years of innovation.
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Hyundai 2015 Genesis: “Yes you can have blind faith on self-driving cars”

Hyundai Motors "The Empty car Convoy"

Hyundai Motors “The Empty car Convoy”

Self-driving cars have always captured our imagination and automotive manufacturers around the globe are in a close battle to make one of the most reliable self-driving car. Hyundai seem to be inching closer to that goal and with their 2015 Genesis sedan showcased at the CES 2014 show for some cool technological advancements, the picture looks promising. But, even if an automotive manufacturer manages to make the most reliable self-driving car on this planet, how will the end-user be sure of that fact?
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